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Ms. Alease Worley Bullard
August 5, 2023
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Ms. Alease Worley Bullard, 90, of Fairmont passed away on August 5, 2023, at Greenbrier Nursing Center in Fairmont NC.
In 1932 Ludenia and Eddie Worley Sr. welcomed their fifth child of eight, a little girl they named Alease. The Worley family lived in Fairmont, NC, where Alease was born and lived all her life. As a girl, she was a student at historic Rosenwald High School, graduating with the class of 1952. During those years she relished spending time with her siblings and as she entered womanhood, she worked in the Fairmont tobacco market and later married Henry Bullard. While they shared no children during their union, she loved her extended family and was delighted to help raise her nieces and nephews.
She was a member of First Baptist Church, North Main where she sang in the choir and was an active member of the First Baptist Missionary Circle, in the Della Stephens Missionary Group.
Affectionately known as "Aunt Alease" by her nieces, nephews, and caregivers, she will be remembered for her smile, her big laugh, her fierce dance moves and her joyful, sweet, and oh so feisty spirit. Aunt Alease’s life was simple yet beautiful, highlighting the value and importance of family, community and faith in God.
She is preceded in death by her parents; Eddie and Ludenia Worley, siblings; Eddie Worley Jr., Napoleon Worley, Arlivid Worley, Fred Titus Worley, Elzetta Worley, and Bobby Worley.
She leaves to cherish her memory her sister, Linda Thompson (Ernest Thompson), sister-in-law, Anna Worley, and a host of nieces and nephews.