Rev. Jim and Sandra Pulliam live in
Warrensburg, Missouri, and Drummond Island, Michigan, and are the parents of Gregory, Kevin, Christopher, Barrett, and John. Jim is a retired Episcopal priest who enjoys carpentry and other project-related activities, and Sandra enjoys painting, cooking, sewing, and other crafty activities. They both enjoy spending time with family and numerous friends in both Missouri and Michigan, and keeping up with their family via the internet. They have been married since 1954, having met while attending the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Their oldest son, Greg, is married to Lori Beth Pulliam, and they live in Oak Park, Illinois (greater Chicago area). They have three grown children: daughter Neely is married to Jamie Daggett of River Froest, Illinois, and they live in Golden, Colorado. Neely is in design school and Jamie is an engineer. Son Cameron is a senior political science major at Illinois Institute of Technolgy in Chicago. And son Sam is a freshman business major at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Greg is the associate chair of Humanities at Illinois Institute of Technology. Lori is the Head of Children's Services at the Oak Park Public Library. They like going to hear bands, see plays and baseball games (Sox, Cardinals and minor leagues), and eat out in the Chicago area.
and his wife Patricia Scivally Pulliam (Pat)
live and work in Sewanee, Tennessee. They grow herbs
and vegetables, and Kevin builds furniture in his new workshop. Pat's son Rick Lewis lives and works in Nashville.
Chris Pulliam lives in Brentwood, Missouri (greater St. Louis area). works for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is married to Terri Militello. They have three young sons, Kaz, Max and Zak.
Barry lives in Jackson, Mississippi with his new wife, Judi. They are active in the Episcopal church, and are renovating and rebuilding their home and carport after recent storms.
John (JP) is married to Terri
Kirkwood Pulliam, and they live Danville, California, east of the Bay area.
John is a civil engineer with the county, and Terri runs a pet sitting and walking business from the home. The have two young daughters: Addie and Inara.