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Jeanne “Jeani” Elizabeth Bulloch
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On Saturday morning, June 28, 2014 at home in Tucson, Arizona and surrounded by her family, Jeanne “Jeani” Elizabeth Bulloch lost a courageous battle with cancer much too early in life.

Born in Asheville, North Carolina on Feb. 25, 1950 to Elizabeth and Carl Gordon Bulloch, she moved to Alaska in her early twenties to find her last frontier.

During that time, Jeani had some great adventures and met many interesting people; and in 1988, she relocated to the Seattle area to start a new chapter in life for her and her daughters.

Jeani is survived by her husband, Warren Fisher; daughter, Heather Bulloch-Hackney of Seattle; daughter Alexis Moyer (Bulloch-Hackney) of Vail; one stepdaughter, Maja Addington (Fisher) of Tucson; three grandsons, Bjorn Addington, James Moyer and Carter Moyer; and four siblings, Phillip Bulloch, Ellen Blair (Bulloch), Susan Hartsell (Bulloch) and Nancy Bulloch and their families.

She was a free-spirited, creative person who will be missed by many.

No formal services will be held and the family will gather privately to spread her ashes in her favorite places.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly suggests donations, in her name, to a cancer charity or a battered women’s shelter of your choice.


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