Jaiden Bullock Obituary – Death, Jaiden Bullock Funeral

By | January 11, 2022

Jaiden Bullock Obituary – Death, Jaiden Bullock Funeral

Jaiden Deon Joel Bullock, 19, of Fowler, IL, passed away at 4:30 pm Monday, January 3, 2022 in Quincy, IL.

A Funeral Ceremony will be at 10:00 am Wednesday, January 12, 2022, at the O’Donnell-Cookson Life Celebration Home in Quincy. Pastor Andre Harper will officiate. Burial will follow at Greenmount Cemetery in Quincy, IL.

Friends and Family are invited to Jaiden’s Life Celebration at a visitation that will be Tuesday, January 11, 2022 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the O’Donnell-Cookson Life Celebration Home in Quincy, IL.

Jaiden was born July 6, 2002, in Quincy, IL to Leonard Jason Bullock and Deanna Jo Davis.

Survivors include his mother, Deanna Davis of Quincy, IL; his father, Leonard Jason Bullock (Amanda Masterson); his maternal grandparents, Mark and Joellen Aschemann; his paternal grandparents, Karla and Randy Masterson; his great-grandmother, Sue Vantrease; two brothers, Trevor Weickoff and Aaron Kipley; three sisters, Cecelia Bullock, Amelia Bullock, and Zephiree Douglas; five uncles, Chad Davis, Craig Davis (Tara) and their children, Drake and Deaken, Jacob Aschemann and his son, Luke, Keith Mosley (Anna), and Joe Bullock (Tara); one aunt, Sonya Turner (Brian); numerous other aunts, uncles, and cousins; and his significant other, Kaylinn Kuns, as well as her two children.

Jaiden was preceded in death by his grandfather, Delmar Davis, and his great-grandparents, Troy and Viola Shaw and Jessie and Kent Goodwin.

Jaiden was a construction worker. He also enjoyed doing all sorts of outdoor projects during his spare time.

Jaiden absolutely loved being out in nature and was fascinated with snakes. He especially enjoyed being outdoors fishing, with a couple favorite spots being his grandpa’s pond in Barry, Cedar Lake in Coatsburg, and the Mississippi River. He also liked four-wheeling at the family farm in Liberty as well as skateboarding around town. Jaiden also had an artistic side, and was known to create elaborate drawings as well as necklaces that he made out of his grandmother’s old jewelry, beads, and charms. He liked listening to music and could often be found walking down the street beat-boxing. In his spare time, you could likely find Jaiden watching YouTube or reality car shows, or enjoying one of his favorite meals: tuna and Ramen noodles, breakfast food, or a pineapple pizza from Pizza Hut. Most of all, Jaiden loved his family dearly and cherished time spent with them.

Jaiden was a Christian by faith and attended The Crossing Church in Quincy.

Memorial contributions may be made to the O’Donnell-Cookson Life Celebration Home to assist the family with funeral expenses.

Online condolences may be shared and a video tribute may be viewed at www.ODonnellCookson.com.