HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                       Wednesday, June 3, 1959

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   Benjamin H. Bulman, 37, well known Hill County man, died on Tuesday at the 5040 USAF hos­pital In Anchorage, Alaska. The body or Mr. Bulman is being brought to Havre for services In thn Holland Bonine chapel at a time to be announced later.

  Mr. Bulman is survived by his wife Ruth and by two children,. Barry, 12 and Benita, 10, the latter two residents of Irvington, Calif.

  Other survivors are a sister. Mrs. Frank (Ruby) Lammerding  of’ Laredo and, five brothers, George.Bulman, Billings; Charles Bulman, Rapid City, S. D.; Frank Bulman, Douglas, Wyo., and Otis and Tom Bulman, Havre. A brother Paul preceded him in death.

  Benjamin Harrison Bulman was the son of the late Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur J. Bulman. He was born at

Fresno on Dec. 30, 1921.

  Mr. Bulman was educated in the Fresno school.

  He had followed line construciion work and was a lineman on work in Alaska, the past two seasons.

  A World War II veteran, Mr. BuIman served In the Navy Seabees in the South Pacific three years.    

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                      Friday, June 5, 1959

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  HAVRE --Benjamin H. Bulman, 37, we11-known Hill county man, died at the 504O USAF hospital in Anchorage, Alaska. The body is being brought to Havre for serv­ices in the Holland Bonine chapel.

  Bulman is survived by his wife, Ruth, and by two children, Barry,12 and Benita, 10, the latter two
in Irvington, Calif.

  Other surviving are a sister Mrs Mrs. Frank (Ruby) Lammerding  of’ Laredo and five brothers, George.Bulman, Billings; Charles Bulman, Rapid City, S. D.; Frank Bulman, Douglas, Wyo., and Otis and Tom Bulman, Havre. A brother Paul preceded him in death.

   Benjamin Harrison Bulman was the son of the late Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur J. Bulman. He was born at

Fresno on Dec. 30, 1921. Bulman was educated in the Fresno school.

   He had followed line construciion work and was a lineman on work in Alaska, the past two seasons.

  A World War II veteran, Mr. BuIman served In the Navy Seabees in the South Pacific three years. 

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HAVRE DAILY NEWS                                                                       Tuesday, June 9, 1959

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  Funeral services for Benjamin H. Bulman, 37, were conducted at the Holland and Bonine funeral home at 2 p.m. Monday by Rev. Owen Arrington of the Van Orsdel Methodist Church.

  The well known Hill county man died at the 5040 USAF hospital in Anchorage, Alaska last week.

  Five brothers, Tom, Frank, George, Charles and Otis and a brother-in-law, Frank E. Lammerding, were the pallbearers. Mr & Mrs Howard Bailey sang "Beyond the Sunset" and "Someday He'll Make It Plain" accompanied by Mrs Ivy Rolston.

  Military graveside rites were conducted at Highland Cemetery with Ralph Mumm and Andy Allison as color bearers and Ray Tillemans and Richard Olstad as color guard.

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