Went to the arms of his Lord and Savior at 4:40 a.m. on Thursday, October 6, 2011. He was born on April 6, 1946, to William Hugh Pullam and Corleone Griffin, in Tillamook, Oregon. He was a God fearing man, loved by so many. Whenever he went, he left an impression on whomever he met. Harv was the pastor of Winston Christian Church for the past 13 years and prior to that he was a pastor at Hillside Christian Church (formerly South Umpqua Chapel Church of Christ) in Canyonville. He taught at Umpqua Valley Christian Schools until retiring in 2008 and at Canyonville Christian Academy (formerly Canyonville Bible Academy). His heart was for kids and making certain that they were prepared for college classes. Prior to moving back to Oregon, Harvey worked for the Boy Scouts of America in Supply Division for 17 years until 1991 and was also an Associate Pastor at Central Christian Church in San Bernardino, California. Harvey is survived by loving wife of 25 years, Irene "Im" Pullam, sons, Dan Frownfelter and Ken Frownfelter and wife, Melody; his sisters, Jane Fisher and her husband, Gene; Margo Hudson and her husband, Don; Tina Retasket; Angella Robertson and her husband, Herbert; brothers, Frank and his wife, Sara; Patrick and his wife, Maryanne; and Mark and his wife, Tammy; his five special grandchildren, Arik, Catie, Eternity, McKenzie and Aiden Frownfelter and numerous nieces and nephews. Service will be held at Winston Christian Church on Wednesday, October 12, 2011, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the Winston-Dillard Food Bank or Winston Christian Church. You will be truly missed by all .... We love you. Papa. Arrangements under the direction of Taylor's Family Chapel.
Harvey Albert Pullam
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