Charles Wilmer Bullerdick, 90, of Clay City, Indiana passed away September 6, 2020 at home with his wife and daughters by his side.
Charlie was born on August 2, 1930, in Vigo County, Indiana, the son of Clifford and Mary (Trimmer) Bullerdick. He graduated from Patricksburg High School with the class of 1948. He married Margie Jean Graves on September 5, 1954. Charlie served his country in the United States Army. Most of his life Charlie worked as a farmer in Clay and Owen Counties.
Charlie was also a school bus driver, a member of the Beech Cemetery Association, Gideon’s International, ASCS board member, Marion Township Trustee, and a seed corn salesman. When he wasn’t working he enjoyed fishing, taking vacations, playing croquet, and spending time with family – especially his grandchildren.
He attended many churches over the years and spoke as a Gideon speaker. Currently he was attending Friendly Open Bible Community Church and loved singing the good old gospel hymns.
He was preceded in death by his parents Clifford and Mary Bullerdick; two siblings in infancy.
Charlie is survived by his wife of 66 years Margie Bullerdick; 2 daughters: Marie Winters and husband Allen of Terre Haute and Marlene Martin and husband Donnie of Clay City; grandchildren: Cindy Walker (Tommy), Michelle Webster (Rick), Amanda Lane (David), Nathan Winters (Alesha Weiss), Jason Martin, Bradley Martin, and Stacy Williamson (Cory); great-grandchildren: Destiny, Evan, Kirstin, Luke, Charles, Avanna, Audrey, Avery, Brianna, Matt, Tyler, Maddy, Cole, Carson, Clayton, Parker, and Hazel; great-great-grandchildren: Jason, Brayln, Aiden, Clarissa, Trevor, Darren, Connor, Ryleigh, Lillian; sister Norma Stoelting of Evansville; a niece Cheryl Robbins (Dave); great-nephews Dylan and Dawson as well as many friends and extended family members.
Visitation will be at Schoppenhorst Funeral Home, 301 East Eighth St. Clay City, Indiana 47841 on Wednesday from 4-8pm. Services will be at the funeral home on Thursday, at 2:00pm with Pastor John O’Neal officiating. Burial will follow at Beech Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Clay County Gideons PO Box 271 Brazil, IN 47834. Visit www.schoppenhorstfuneralhome.com to light a candle in his memory.