David was my cousin, but functioned more as a brother. While growing up, there wasn’t a week that went by when we didn’t see each other. We spent countless hours reading comics, drawing comics, watching Beavis and Butthead, playing with GI Joe’s and re-enacting our Transformers scenes in the backyards. He was always Superman and I was always Batman.
My favorite memory of David? The day we decided to walk to the comic shop a few miles from his house without telling anyone when we were 12 or so. To make matters worse, he had just had surgery on his toe, so he was on crutches. My dad finally found us walking the streets (we made it to the comic shop!) a few hours later and drove us home.
I love you, David… can’t tell you how much we’ll miss you.
A Marion soldier serving in Afghanistan has died in action, his family confirmed Tuesday.
Staff Sgt. James David Bullard, 28, was serving with the Army National Guard 1st Battalion 263rd Cavalry (Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition) S.C. National Guard Unit B Company based in Dillon, his brother-in-law Harold Caldwell said.
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