Gloria's Story

WOLFEBORO, NH - Gloria Spaulding Bullock of Wolfeboro, NH, known to all as "Glo," died peacefully and with the full knowledge that she had said, done and experienced everything she wanted to on December 16, 2015. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Ned Bullock, and her daughter, Jane (Bullock) Fraser.

Among her many accomplishments, she co-authored a children's book, "Shopping at the Ani-Mall," with her daughter, Jane, published in 1991 by Windswept House of Mt. Desert, ME. She also developed the genealogy of her relatives from the Feero line, "Christian Feero, Loyalist of New Brunswick," published through Gateway Press, Inc. of Baltimore, MD in 1983. This chronicled Christian Feero and his people from 1751 to 1983. All research was done by visiting libraries and graveyards, speaking with living relatives, collecting photos and handwriting everything; no computers, no Internet.

Glo was a beloved member of the Wolfeboro chapter of the Philanthropic Educational Organization (PEO), and a regular at the Country Bookseller morning coffee and chat group. In her lifetime, she has been a wife, mother, saleswoman in the early days of WTWO TV out of Bangor, ME, managing editor for the Granite State News, business manager and partner for the Ned Bullock Photography Studio in the summer, and Camp patrol in the winter, a ballroom dancer, writer, teacher, mentor, friend, advisor, excellent cook, Scrabble maven and jewelry designer. For the last 15 years she made and sold beautiful necklaces and earrings under her company name, Folie a Deux.

Glo had the great gift of knowing that her time on Earth was limited. With that knowledge, she was able to make her own decisions about her final days, speak and visit with all those she loved, and even pick out her last outfit. As she so often said, "This time is a GIFT! How lucky I am to have this wonderful time with my family and friends, and to say everything I want to say, to give away some of my things to those who will love and cherish them as keepsakes, and to leave a legacy of love and hope."

One of Glo's last requests is that any cards or notes sent to Ned Bullock or Jane Fraser be hand-written and NOT via email. Glo was a confirmed Luddite and never owned or used a computer in her life. She felt that nothing meant more than a hand-written card or note, and asks for everyone to please respect her last wish.

*Ned Bullock, PO Box 30, Wolfeboro, NH 03894

**Jane Fraser, 13 Bittersweet Lane, Exeter, NH 03833

Calling Hours will be 4-7 PM Sunday December 20, at the Baker-Gagne Funeral Home, 85 Mill St., Wolfeboro, NH.

Services will be 11 AM Monday December 21, at the First Congregational Church UCC, South Main St., Wolfeboro, NH.

Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery Wolfeboro, NH.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her memory to the Lakes Region Humane Society, PO Box 655, Ossipee, NH 03864 or Central NH VNA/Hospice, PO Box 1620, Wolfeboro, NH 03894.

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