Chuck was a loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend. Sadly, he unexpectedly passed away on April 18th, 2022, in Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 60.
He was born on June 13, 1961, in Logan, Utah to Marvin & Barbara Pullan. Chuck graduated from Grantsville High School in 1979 and always kept in contact with all of his high school friends. Shortly after graduation, he served an LDS mission in West Virginia.
He was married to the love of his life, Marie, for almost 30 years. Marie also came with two children, Mike and Sarah, whom he loved as his own. Together they had a son, Jeffrey. Chuck was overwhelmed with joy to welcome his son into the world.
In 2007, Chuck and his family moved from Salt Lake City to Phoenix, Arizona.
Chuck was fun loving and thoroughly enjoyed life. He loved golfing, sports, classic movies, road trips, cars, music, the family dogs, and spending time with his family and friends. His favorite place to travel was the state of Alaska where he enjoyed fishing for salmon and halibut with his family. They even had a special place there that they called “Pullan Island.”
Chuck was very hardworking, had an incredible sense of humor and a huge heart. He made friends easily and was loved by all who were lucky enough to meet him. It saddens us deeply to have lost Chuck, but we will always carry the wonderful memories of him in our hearts.
Chuck is survived and dearly missed by his loving wife Marie, son Jeffrey, daughter Sarah, grandchildren Jack & Dylan, sisters Cyndi (Ellery), Becky (Carlton), Tami, Sue (Curt), Scott (Chanda), Lee (Carrie), Shamane (Steve), Michelle (Ryan) & Mike and many nieces and nephews. Chuck is preceded in death by his parents, Marvin & Barbara, brothers Dennis and Danny and son, Mike.
Please join us to honor Chuck’s life on Friday, May 13th, 2022. Services will be at Le Jardin at the Rose Shop, 1910 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South) Sandy, Utah. Friends and family will gather at 11:00am. Services to follow at 11:30am.
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We are so sad to hear of Chuck's sudden and unexpected passing. He will be sorely missed. He always had an infectious smile combined with a great sense of humor.
He had a natural ability to connect with anyone who crossed his path, and he always saw the good in others.
Undoubtedly he has a great mission to fulfill on the other side. We know he is God's loving hands. His light will continue to shine through those he touched here.
The news of Chucks passing came as a great shock. It saddened me hear of the loss of a good friend. As co-workers at Harmons I have good memories of times together. Whether at work or on the golf course, even a few softball games between night crews of other Harmons Chuck was always up for the competition. He would always beat me at golf. Heart felt condolences to his wife Marie and to his family. May you rest in peace my friend.