Kenneth Neal Bull, 65 of the Sunflower community in Perkinston, passed away at his home last week. Kenny was born June 6, 1955 in Michigan, one of five and son of Emmett O. & Juanita (Creech) Bull. He grew up in Michigan where he came to enjoy boxing and keeping himself fit, gaining the nickname "One Punch Pancho" in his younger years. Kenny was a private person mostly, but very protective of his sisters. He had a jovial side as well, ever loving a good joke or prank and often referring to himself as Kenny "Bad-Boy" Bull in true, ring-announcer style. Kenny enjoyed life and having a good time whenever possible, as he worked as an engineer in the oil field industry. He loved to watch boxing and would go to matches whenever there were any nearby. He was a tad meticulous about his yard though, always keeping it in pristine condition. He will no doubt be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. He was preceded by his father Emmett, and just last year, his mother Juanita Bull. Left to cherish his memories are: his children, one son, Kenny James (Josie) Bull and daughter Jessica Bull, both of Biloxi, with his daughter Susan (Philman) Ladner of the Dedeaux community; his siblings: sisters Sharon (David) Wiess of Wiggins and Pam Niemiec of MI, with brothers Scott (Vanessa) Bull of Wiggins and Bobby (Chasity) Bull of Gulfport. He leaves a legacy of five grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. His final wishes were to be cremated, which his family is honoring. A memorial service has been set for Friday afternoon, July 10, 2020, at Trinity's McHenry location. Friends are encouraged to come celebrate his life.. Trinity Funeral Services is honored to serve the Bull family in their time of need, asking everyone to keep them in your prayers during this difficult time.
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