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Annie Arnetta Brown Bullock of New Bern, NC, died on Monday, September 30, 2019, at Riverpoint Crest Nursing Center.

Her funeral service is 11:00 AM, Friday, October 4, 2019 at Oscar's Memorial Chapel 1700 Oscar Drive, New Bern.  The interment will follow at the Free Will Chapel Church Cemetery. 

She is survived by her daughter Barbara Banks Frost of Virginia Beach,  VA; one son, Martin Luther Bullock, Oakland, CA; two brothers, James Brown and Franklin Brown; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.

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  • Monday, September 30, 2019
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Oscars Mortuary
  • Sunday, October 13, 2019
    Miss Annie will be remembered by me as a friend who watched out for my mother in law and tried to help me out when I needed to leave and she didn't want me to. I was out of town when she passed and was saddened by her passing. I wish I could have been here to offer condolences to her family.
    ~ Vickie Stowe   New Bern, NC
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019
    Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church To the Family of Anne Bullock I have fought the good fight. I have finished my course. I have kept the faith. Christian life is a life of commitment, determination, dedication, devotion, focus etc. It is a personal race in which every body on earth will give account just like Apostle Paul "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course " This verse tells us that, every Christian has assigned to a particular task or assignment to perform on this planet earth. And like Paul, Anne has completed her course. Mount Calvary MB Church wishes to express our heartfelt sympathy in the home going of our loved one, Sister Anne Bullock. She will be remembered as a member of the Hospitality Committee—the one who gave the welcome every Sunday morning, until her health failed and she could no longer do it. One of the faithful ones who baked a cake everytime the women were asked to bring desserts for an event or function. Anne had a “attitude of gratitude” . Whatever you did for her, she appreciated it; and this is one of the things that drew people to her. She loved her church; and every time she was able to be here, she was just happy to see everyone. We know that God loves you unfailingly and He is with your loved one as she crosses from this world into God's eternal care and keeping. In times like these, encourage yourself in the Lord and rely upon the Word of God for strength, comfort and peace. We have his assurance that the ultimate end is not death, but eternal life. Be assured that we will be upholding you in prayer and stand ready to assist you in any other way that we can. On behalf of the entire Mount Calvary Church family, we offer this letter as an expression of our deepest love and concern for you and your family. May God be your refuge and your strength, a very pleasant in your hour of bereavement. With loving thoughts and sympathy The Mount Calvary Family
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019
    Grandma you will be missed. You were classy and sassy. I will never forget the good times that we had. You will Foerver be in my heart. I love u Grandma Ann.
    ~ SONJI T WHITE   VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
  • Wednesday, October 2, 2019
    May God comfort your family and grant you peace as you celebrate your mom, sister, grandmother, and great-grandmother's homegoing. We are praying for your family.
    ~ Hurley & Barbara Waples   Virginia Beach, VA
  • Thursday, October 3, 2019
    May God be with the family. May his peace be with you. May you find comfort in knowing that joy cometh in the morning. With thoughts and sympathy, Rev . Joseph & Danielle Dixon
    ~ Rev. Joseph Dixon   Jacksonville, NC
  • Thursday, October 3, 2019
    May God be with the family. May his peace be with you. May you find comfort in knowing that joy cometh in the morning. With thoughts and sympathy, Rev . Joseph & Danielle Dixon
    ~ Rev. Joseph Dixon   Jacksonville, NC