John Bullock, Sandra Bullock's father, has passed away. The announcement was made by the actress' sister, Gesine Bullock-Prado on Instagram last Sept. 19.
The ex-war veteran was 93 when he died. The Miss Congeniality star still has not released any comments. John's death came almost 20 years after his spouse, Helga, passed away in 2000.
"Beloved baby brother, American #WWII #bronzestar #veteran, husband, father of 4 strong women, #grandpa, adorable scamp, handsome devil, and trickster to the end," captioned Gesine as she posted a black and white throwback photo of her father.
John Bullock's Life
Born John Wilson Bullock on Feb. 11, 1925, he was raised in Germany before his family moved to Virginia. He met the love of his life when he served as the leader for the U.S. Army's Military Postal Service in Europe.
He was stationed in Nuremberg. They got married in the city before they moved back to Virginia. After which, John worked as a contractor for the Pentagon.
According to Sandra Bullock's longtime boyfriend, Bryan Randall, he was with his beloved family and friends during the last moments of his life.
"PS: Hey God, we're sending you a live one!" he said during the Army veteran's service. He also posted a tribute to John on his Instagram account.
Sandra Bullock's Family
Notably, in an interview with Hoda Kotb on the Today Show, the popular actress got emotional when she talked about what her late mother would have thought of her now as a mother to her daughter, Laila, and her son, Louis.
"I often sit and, like, I wish that they would just allow the person who's deceased just to beam down for a second so you can say, 'When do you want them to show up?' And I was like, 'Like, right now would be the ultimate time,'", she stated.
Furthermore, she added that her mother would have loved every single minute of it. The Oscar-winning actress also stated that she would have wanted her to assure her that everything is working great now and they are doing great.
Eight years ago, the actress also became an open book about how her parents brought her up. According to her, she was treated with her siblings equally, no one was greater, more powerful, or more intelligent.
She also wishes to mirror the same parenting method with her adopted children and wanted to let her kids know that they belong in a large and diverse family.