Bulgier, Thelma “Dodie”, a 20 year resident of Moreno Valley, passed away at home Sunday, November 11, 2007. She was born in Coffeeville, OK, on August 13, 1932. A loving sister, mother, grandmother and friend, Dodie was a warm, caring person that touched many lives. She was a homemaker and retired real estate agent. She enjoyed reading, gardening and collectibles and was passionate about politics and world affairs. She loved her Los Angeles Lakers and Dodgers. She is survived by her son Charles Bulgier, Daughters Sandra Mc Masters, Susan Bulgier and Donna Evans, 13 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren ... and her loving “guardian angel dog” Spike. A gathering of family & friends will be held at McCormick Mortuary in Inglewood on Saturday, November 17, 2007 at 11:00 AM with the funeral services being held at 1:00 PM.

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  1. Say Aunt Dodie . say hi to MOM and Dad for me, and my little Holly . love you Aunty . always Did. David P.Gay 10/14/2008

  2. Few and Far Between, love you very much, will miss you and will always have a special spot in my heart for you, John 15:13

  3. I miss you already, yet I can’t believe you’re gone. You were so strong, you held on for so long! I miss you already, I wish you were still here My Grandma, my friend, my inspiration. I miss you already! I love you! To Donna, Susan, Sandi, and my Dad I could never possibly understand, But my heart beats for you and my tears Taste the pain that you endure!

  4. Dear Aunt Dodie, Even though we lost touch over the years you will always be in our hearts and cherished memories. Our prayers go out to family and friends, Love, Danelle and Family

  5. Aunt Dodie will always be remembered for her smile and funny sense of humor… she will be a bright spot in heaven! Mark Huddleston and Family

  6. My heartfelt condolences go to you all.As a young neighbor kid see was always friendly towards me even when she had reasons to not be.Oh those youthful days were such fun,I always carry those memories with me.I also believe that this is not the the last time that we shall see and hear her,for eternity is a right smart piece of time and all we are doing is paying respect and our goodbyes to the broken vessel. Remember she’ll be looking in on us from time to time. Love to you all, Gary

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