Lucy Ann Larmour (nee Martino), on September 14, 2020. Age 91.
Born and raised in Bellmawr, NJ. Devoted mother of Samuel Bullock and his fiancée Jennifer Wolff. Loving grandmother of Samuel, David, Josh (Maggie), and Callie Bullock and great grandmother to Mabel, Martin, Hazel, and Bowie. Best friend and aunt to Frieda Sharp. Daughter of the late Nicholas and Katherine Martino and sister of the late Frank, James, Nicholas, Mary, Katherine, Rose, and Jennifer, who are all welcoming her into Heaven. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, extended family members, and friends.
Lucy always enjoyed cooking and celebrating all our family occasions. Her traditional pizzelles and Christmas cookies will be missed.
There will be a visitation Monday evening from 6pm to 8pm at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE.
Memorial service 8pm at the funeral home.
Interment is private.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Lucy's memory to the charity of the donor's choice.
"Aunt Lu you will be missed especially your cooking. Every time I saw you you were always trying to feed me with something. Fly free beautiful angel and enjoy who you may be surrounded by. My prayers and condolences are with the family at this time. Love you Aunt Lu.
Love your great niece,
"Sorry for your loss. Mom Lucy was a wonderful grandmother to Sam and David. Pray Jesus will comfort the family."
"My Dear Granzo Lucy. She took wonderful care of her grandchildren Sammy (little Bud) and David Bullock. She took us to Roses deli often. We played cards for peanuts and ate her garlic crabs with Uncle Nick, Aunt Jen and Rich as children. She took us to see the first Star Trek in the theater. We played "aggi" The Aggravation board game together too. She was and is always there for us putting her family first. She always had words of wisdom for us. She gave me my first children's bible that I still read today. She wrote in the front of it. "Dear David, I hope you enjoy reading your bible as much as I enjoy reading mine. Always remember the answer to all of life's problems are in this book". My dear Granzo will never be forgot. She lives on in my heart and memories. She loved to smile and laugh. I think about her and pray for her every. God bless you all. I don't know if I'll make it out for her funeral but I always loved the Martino family since my childhood. Thanks for taking such good care of her. XOXO
"Aunt Lu as I always called her will be missed. When I would visit her she always had wonderful stories about her family.She adored her niece Frieda & Nephew Frank. And her Son as well as her grandchildren she loved them to the moon & back. I have never heard Aunt Lu say a bad word about anyone in her family. I loved listening to all her stories. And she was a great cook. RIP Aunt Lu. My thoughts & prayers are with all the family & friends.
Sincerely, Tracey Brooks"
"Aunt Lou Lou..my gram Jennys sister..she was always at our house everyday...holidays were no exception...she was a wonderful cook from her soups to chicken with the handle... she cooked many easter dinners for us..some of the best times to be remembered.....love you always. Bobbie,Rich,Jen and Erica"