Help us honor son, brother, husband, father, and friend Mike Bullis while making a difference in myeloma research.
Michael W. “Mike” Bullis, 59, of Cedar Falls and formerly of New York, died on Tuesday March 5, 2019 at home of Multiple Myeloma, MDS, and AML.
Mike was born on August 18, 1959 in Queens Village, NY; the son of Orville Williams and Maureen (Burke) Bullis. He graduated from Smithtown High School in Smithtown, New York. Mike worked for Steel Workers Union in New York; He moved to Cedar Falls in 2002 and worked for Eller Insulation for several years.
Mike married Tempest Thomas on October 22, 2008 in Evansdale.
He is survived by his wife, Tempest; his parents, Orville and Maureen Bullis of Smithtown, NY; a daughter, Ashley (Chaz Weber) Bullis of Waterloo‚ three sons, Andrew Thomas‚ Casey Murray and Jesse Murray all of Cedar Falls; two grandchildren, Oliver Murray and Henry Murray; three brothers, William “Bill” (Janine) Bullis of Mt. Sinai, NY, John (Nancy) Bullis of Greenfield Center, NY, and Kevin (Lesley) Bullis of Port Jefferson, NY.
The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), along with its research and medical industry partners, has fueled more studies, initiated more trials, developed more treatments, introduced more medicines, and have had a far greater impact than any other organization on myeloma. While the MMRF has made enormous progress, they still have much to do and cannot continue to do great research without your support.
Please consider joining me to fight multiple myeloma. Together we can make a difference.
About the MMRF:
The mission of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) is to find a cure for multiple myeloma by relentlessly pursuing innovation that accelerates the development of next-generation treatments to extend the lives of patients. Founded in 1998 by Kathy Giusti, a multiple myeloma patient, and her twin sister Karen Andrews as a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, the MMRF is a world-recognized leader in cancer research. Together with its partners, the MMRF has created the only end-to-end solution in precision medicine and the single largest genomic dataset in all cancers. The MMRF continues to disrupt the industry today, as a pioneer and leader at the helm of new research efforts. Since its inception, the organization has raised over $400 million and directs nearly 90% of the total funds to research and related programs. To learn more, visit themmrf.org.
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