Leonard J. Buller

19430523 –

 20180723

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Leonard Joe Buller was born May 23, 1943 in Halstead, Kansas to Jonas D. Buller and Bertha Buller. He passed away in Lubbock, Texas on July 23, 2018.

Leonard graduated from Halstead High School and went on to study at Axtell Hospital O-Ray School in Newton, Kansas and trained further at St. Francis Hospital in Wichita, KS, in Nuclear Medicine. He was a registered Nuclear Med Tech and retired from Covenant Hospital in Nuclear Cardiology.

He leaves to mourn his wife of 49 years, Carol; son, Scott Buller of Lubbock, TX; daughter, Amy DeVoge of Lubbock, TX; brother, Jerry Buller of Wichita, KS; sisters, Joan Unruh of Rio Verde, Brazil, Janice Stubby of Newton, KS, and Julie Becker of Halstead, KS; and many nieces and nephews.

Leonard loved adventure and learning new things. He was a pilot, ham radio operator, and bicyclist, as well as being very active in the Nazarene Church over the years. Leonard served on the “Harvey County Right to Life Board” in Newton, Kansas; and the “Night to Honor Israel” committee in Lubbock, was a member of the Masonic Lodge and volunteered at Covenant Hospital in the surgical waiting room for several years.

He will be missed by all who knew him for his positive attitude and his zest for life.

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6 thoughts on “Leonard J. Buller”

  1. christine Santiago

    Carol, Amy, and Scott I send you my condolences. Leonard was an amazing person and great friend. I will always remember his smile and love for God. Love and prayers Christine Santiago Condolences are also sent to you from Irene and Mary from Lakeside EKG.

  2. Galen & Ruby Buller

    Carol and Family , Galen & I are so sorry for this great loss in your lives. Leonard was a wonderful person and will be remembered for his positive, cheerful demeanor. We are so thankful you were able to make it back to Halstead for our family reunion. Many prayers for you and your family. Love,Galen & Ruby

  3. Rick & Linda Fontaine

    We are so sorry to hear of Leonard’s passing. So glad to have seen you this year at Bentsen Grove. We miss as our Texas neighbors. Our prayers to you and family.

  4. Was great knowing Leonard a few years . I am sure He will be missed by all that knew Him!

  5. Sending condolences from the Rojas’ and the Faz’s. I grew up next to Leonard and Carol at my grandparents house just next door. Leonard was always so nice to me when I would ride my bike in his driveway. I remember asking him about his bike and how he would ride it so far every day. Sending prayers to the Buller family.

  6. Verla (Harms) Vogts

    Carol, I just learned of Leonard’s passing. I am so sorry. Sending our sympathy to your family. We lost track of you when we moved away. Wish we would have kept in touch. Love Verla (Harms) Vogts.

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