HAVRE DAILY NEWS February 27, 1985
FRANK LLOYD BULMAN
Memorial services for Frank Lloyd Bulman will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Casper, Wyo., wtth the Rev. Tim Solon and the Rev. James D'Wolf officiating.
Mr. Bulman died Sunday evening at his home in Casper following a short illness. He was 68.
Born Jan. 8, 1917, at Kremlin, he was the son of Arthur J. and Diena Kuhl Bulman. He was graduated from Havre High School in 1934 and was enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps for a time. Bulman then went into construction work which he followed in Montana, Texas and the Panama Canal Zone, where he worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers until his enlistment in the U.S. Army in 1942. Bulman served with the Army's 70th Division, 725 Field Artillery Battalion in Europe during World War II.
On Feb.17, 1944, he married Lorette Louise McMahon at Yakima, Wash. Following his Army discharge, he operated a service station in Corvallis, Ore. In 1949, they moved to Gillette, Wyo., and established the Culligan Soft Water Service which they later sold and moved to Douglas, where they bought and operated the Culligan Service until fall 1962.
Mr. Bulman also worked for the Missionary District of the Wyoming
Episcopal at Ethete and Fort Washakie. He later joined the staff of Casper's
Social Security Administration where he worked before being transferred to
Grand Forks, N.D., and Sheridan, Wyo. He returned to Casper in 1975 and
retired from the Social Security Administration in 1979.
Mr. Bulman is survived by his wife; four children, Lloyd of Lakewood, Cob., Dale and Bruce, both of Casper, and Diena of Evansville; a sister and a brother, Ruby Lammerding and George Bulman, both of Havre; and four grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, memorials have been established to the Hospice Pro-gram. Burial has taken place in the Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery. The Bustard Funeral Home of Casper is in charge of arrangements.