Margaret "Sue" Pulley


Margaret "Sue" Pulley, 74, was born April 10, 1944, to the late Ellis Monroe and Katie Mae (Skaggs) Miller in Bonne Terre, Mo. Sue died July 8, 2018, at her home in Branson, Mo.

Sue married the love of her life, the late Robert Dean Pulley, May 27, 1977.

Sue and Bob loved going to the mountains to camp, hunt, and fish, taking along Bob's son, John Pulley, on the adventures at times and Charlie and Sheila, when they were around for a visit.

Sue took a special interest in mentoring her younger sister-in-law, Charla Gutierrez. The two became very close, especially during Charla's teenage years. Sue and her mother-in-law used to have a wonderful time doing crafts and going to craft shows to sell their creations.

During her years in Wyoming, Sue became very close to all of her extended family there. Later on, Sue moved to Texas to be close to her sister, Joyce and brother-in-law Sonny, along with all of her nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews. In late 2006, her mother became unable to live alone and Sue moved to Bonne Terre, Mo., to help care for her mom. In 2008, Sue moved in with her son, Charlie and wife Mary, who she had been with ever since.

Sue was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Dean Pulley; her parents, Katie Mae and Ellis Monroe Miller; her brothers, Jackie Miller and Phillip Miller; her sister, Norma Jean (Miller) Wallace; and father-in-law, Chuck Fryburger.

Sue was survived by her daughter, Sheila (James) MacBride of Troupe, Texas; sons: Charlie (Mary) McNew of Branson, Mo., and John (Shaina) Pulley of Laramie; sister, Joyce (Sonny) Mahurin of West Columbia, Texas; grandchildren: Chayce Mell of Troupe, Texas, Bryce Mell of Troupe, Texas, Lexi Pulley of Laramie, Jacqui Pulley of Laramie, Chris McNew of Branson, Mo., Henry Hood Jr of Branson, Mo., Jon McNew (Britany Charboneau) of Park Hills, Mo., Paul McNew (Meagan McIntyre) of Tyler, Texas; great-grandchildren: Kaitlyn and Kyra of Springfield, Mo., Zoey and Alex of Branson, Mo., and Iris and Lily of Park Hills, Mo.; as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, great- nieces nephews, and dear friends. 

A memorial service will take place at 1 a.m., July 21, at Furnace Creek Church of God, 10067 Stone Creek Drive, Potosi, Missouri.


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