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Paul Michael Tully

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July 3, 1951 ~ August 6, 2022

Paul Michael Tully, age 71, of Clifton, VA, passed away on Saturday, August 6, 2022 from heart failure.

He is survived by his beloved partner of 23 years, Cindy Beck; children Nick Tully, Tanya (Bill) Rosen, and Tasha Tully; grandsons Theo and Sawyer Rosen; sisters Shirley (Mike) Stahr, Charlene (Frank) Buss, and Kelly Troy; brother Chauncey Tully; and many nieces and nephews.

Tully loved spending time with his family and friends and was known by many for his love of sports, reading the newspaper, traveling, and taking time to enjoy the beauty of nature. His kindness, warmth, sense of humor, and friendliness to all will be fondly remembered and deeply missed.

To honor Tully’s memory, we will be holding a Celebration of Life at his home on Saturday, August 13, 2022 at 2pm. For address information and other details, email CelebrateTully@gmail.com.  We invite all of Tully’s family and friends to join us in celebration and we kindly ask attendees to dress casually. In lieu of flowers, have a beer and toast to the well-lived life of Tully.

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  1. Amazing friend who will be missed a great deal. My “sideman” at Glory for many years. Anchor of the “Beernuts”. Don’t forget to establish the “Tully protocol” in heaven! Rest in peace T.

  2. Tully! What can I say you were one great guy, friend and awesome bowler. You will be missed for your funny t shirts”one night stand” “hugs for free” RIP my friend

  3. Your humor and kindness will always be remembered. So glad we met & you connected with my Dad those years ago. Thankful for all the time he got to spend with you.

  4. Tully always made me feel loved and cared for. I enjoyed many fun nights at the bowling alley and at our occasion dinners together with he and Cindy. I’ll miss you Tully. RIP. 🙏

  5. Tully, I feel like I know you..My brother Pete had so many tales.
    Condolences to your family.
    May you rest in your creators care.

  6. I always looked forward to seeing Tully at work and at parties. He made my day brighter with his sense of humor and kindness. May you rest peacefully now in God’s arms.

  7. I had the pleasure to meet Tully a few times throughout various events. He always had a great smile and sense of humor. I remember back in my Frederick days meeting Tully and enjoying a guys conversation. Your love and caring for Cindy was well known. May Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Welcome you into his home. Remember – he changed water into wine – not beer – 🙂

  8. Wednesday nights were always more exciting being around Tully. His detailed statistics of his weekly bowling was legendary. We will miss his smiles

  9. I love my brothers with all of my heart, enjoyed Paul laugh and hummer , I still cherish my cocktail glass that he gave me,that says You can always tell a jersey girl but u can’t tell her much and lol. says:

    Shirley stahr

    • Hello. I believe this is the same Paul Tully who attended Adrian College in Michigan from about 1969 to 1973. I think he left college early and joined the army, becoming a nurse. I tried several times over the years to find him so he could attend a two reunions I organized for our fraternity. He was very popular and his many friends always inquired as to his whereabouts but no one seemed to know what happened to Paul. If you have any info, I’d appreciate hearing from you.

  10. I believe this is Paul Michael Patrick Tully who attended Adrian College from 1969 – 1973 (?) and was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma. I organized two reunions of the fraternity brothers but could never find Paul. His many friends always asked if anyone knew where he was, what had happened to him, etc. The last we knew he had entered the army and become a nurse. Girls loved him and guys wanted to be his buddy. He was a charming, lovable fellow. What a pity his buddies never, to my knowledge, reconnected with Paul. If you see this posting, please send me a note and I will pass it on.


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