Caitlin Bull

Caitlin Bernice Bull

Sunday, May 13th, 1990 - Tuesday, March 12th, 2024
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Please share your favorite memory of Caitlin to be included in a special keepsake book for the family.
Caitlin Bernice Bull, of Tarrytown, NY, beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, girlfriend, and aunt passed away on March 12, 2024 at the age of 33.

Cait was born in Mt. Kisco, NY on May 13, 1990 to Robert and Lauren Bull. She was the second of three children and grew up in Pleasantville, NY. Cait attended Pleasantville High School where she excelled academically, graduating salutatorian of her class. She was captain of the school’s tennis team, a member of the set and lighting crew for the school’s theater program, a member of the National Honor Society, and a member of the Pleasantville volunteer ambulance corps. After high school, Cait attended Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, graduating in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a minor in Probabilistic Mathematics. While at Vassar, she was the recipient of a Department of Defense SMART (Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation) Scholarship. Cait was also on Vassar’s rugby team, playing the position of flanker. During her junior year, she enjoyed a semester abroad in Scotland at University of Edinburgh. In 2021, Cait was awarded a Master’s of Science in Computer and Information Systems, Security/Information Assurance, from James Madison University in Harrisburg, VA.

Following her graduation from Vassar, Cait began her career working as a software engineer for the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia. While in this position, Cait was nominated for demonstrating the core value of Esprit de Corps for her inspiring work ethic, persistence, and dedication. After 10 years she returned to Westchester, NY, and worked as a software developer for BlueCore in New York City and then as a senior software engineer for PAR Government in Rome, NY.

Cait was a brilliant, kind, and compassionate person, and a true friend to many. She was extremely driven and the fiercest of competitors. All of these traits were ever present in Cait, dating back to childhood. Her skills on the tennis court were something to be reckoned with. In addition to being a top singles player throughout her childhood and adolescence, Cait began playing USTA leagues tennis following graduation from college, recently making it to the national championships. She carefully followed professional tennis, was a fixture at the US Open, and was an ardent fan of Raphael Nadal. When Cait wasn’t playing (or watching) tennis, she enjoyed hiking, relaxing by the lake, playing video games, reading The New York Times, talking politics, rooting on the NY Yankees and the NY Giants (she attended many games over the years), watching figure skating, playing paintball, and most recently, learning to play pool.

Cait was also a lover of animals, particularly cats. She had opened her home to many over the years, and currently had 4. Cait was a serious person but with a strong, clever sense of humor. She always said that “Derek (her cat) walked the mean streets of Fredericksburg (VA)” before she adopted him, and told her dad that he could be in the ‘technology special olympics’ due to his multitude of knee surgeries. Cait had an impeccable sense of style, too, often sporting beautiful dresses accented by the perfect jewelry, hairstyle, and shoes. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Cait found true love when she met Tim Falk. They met at a gathering, and before long, became a devoted, loving couple. Cait and Tim shared wonderful times, and had many more planned for the future. Some of their most cherished memories were created with family dinners at Cait’s grandmother’s home, travel to the Catskills to visit and spend quality time with family, trips to Connecticut and Massachusetts for USTA tournaments, and indulging their shared love of history with visits to the many museums of Washington DC. Tim shared Cait’s love of the outdoors and they enjoyed traversing many local hiking trails, including those of Storm King Mountain, Anthony’s Nose, and the Shawangunk Mountains. Cait and Tim also enjoyed driving around Tarrytown catching Pokémon.

Caitlin is survived by her mother, Lauren, father Bob, sister and brother-in-law Heather and Carlos Amaya, brother, Kyle, partner, Tim, grandmothers Bernice Masse and Ann Bull, niece and nephew Hannah and Dominic Amaya, and aunts and uncles Paul and Laura Masse, Julie Masse, Catherine Bull, Stephen Bull, and Jeanne Curtis. She is also survived by many cousins. She was predeceased by her grandfathers, John A. Masse and Robert B. Bull, and uncle, Peter D. Bull.

A visitation and remembrance will be held at the Beecher Flooks Funeral Home, 418 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, NY 10570, on March 20, 2024, from 4:30 - 8:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
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    May 13, 1990 - March 12, 2024

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Tim Falk

Posted at 11:08am
I would like to start by saying thank you to everyone here. I know many of you traveled some long distances on very short notice and the love you all have shown to Caitlin’s family and my own in our time of sadness is so very appreciated. I've spent a majority of my time over the last few days thinking about what I could say to honor such a beautiful young woman like Caitlin. It seemed nothing I could put on paper would really capture just how much I loved her. She meant so much to so many and touched lives all across the country. The fact that I can look around and see so many people who are hurting, so many people in search of comfort, and so many people looking for an answer that we'll probably never find is a testament to how amazing Caitlin was.
October 7th 2021. It was a Thursday. At 6:58PM, Caitlin walked into the Outback and ultimately, into my life. I had no idea who this beautiful, gorgeous, poised, confident young woman was, but I knew at that moment when I first laid eyes on her that she would eventually become the most amazing and important woman in my life. (Sorry Ma’). I knew at that moment that she would one day become my wife and the mother of our children …. talk about love at first sight.
I could feel the butterflies start swirling around in my stomach. I can’t stop staring at her. I do an awkward side stare that I think no one notices, but it’s so obvious. Thank god she never caught me. Within that hour, sitting across the room, I had lived out our entire future. I had planned out the first thing I would say to her, thought about every conversation, experienced every special moment from our marriage, buying our first home, the birth of our children — just everything! And yet, I didn’t know anything about her, I didn’t even know her name.
After the meeting was over, she would converse with some of the women, I would converse with some of the men, and I would tell myself that tonight was going to be the night that I go up to her and introduce myself. I would see her at these gatherings 4-5 nights a week, and after 5 weeks, I still couldn’t muster the courage to introduce myself.
By about the 6th week, I invited some friends to an Army football game; I knew that Cait knew them too and we decided that they would invite her to join us. I was ecstatic when she accepted. That day I finally got the courage to speak to her, to get to know her, and what an amazing day that was. We spoke the entire game, we forgot we were with other people. I asked her for her number and without hesitation she gave it to me.
Cait didn’t like talking on the phone so we texted each other for several weeks. But then the texts led to phone calls and we would talk on the phone for hours. Those phone calls built the foundation for our relationship. I cherish those long talks that lasted until 2-3am. Someone once asked me what could we talk about for 3 hours? I have no idea, but I do know that I never wanted them to end. There were plenty of nights that she sacrificed sleep for me.
After 5 months of texting and long phone calls, we went on our first date — a hike up Anthony’s Nose, and then lunch at American Burrito. Cait loved American Burrito. She would joke that we should have our wedding reception there or at least have them cater our wedding. She loved their Burrito bombers, which she called “Sacks.” If she was ever feeling down about something, I could always cheer her up with “want to take a ride to American Burrito??”
Our second date was a trip to the 9/11 memorial, a place she expressed that she had wanted to go to but never got the chance to. I just remember how happy she seemed that day. It rained that day, poured actually, and even though both of us were soaking wet, she always had a smile on her face. She would always remind me that she loved resting her head on my shoulder on the train ride to and from the city and how I held her hand walking through the city and subway.
Not long after that, May 2nd, 2022, 6 months after walking into my life, I had asked her if we were officially a couple, and if I could call her my girlfriend? And she replied the only way she knew how… “isn’t it obvious?” Ever since then I’ve considered myself the luckiest man in the world. And she had no problem reminding me every now and then how lucky I was too.
I can say with confidence and without hesitation, that the past 2 years with Caitlin by my side have been the best years of my life. We shared so many interests, and liked a lot of the same things. At the same time, we were complete opposites in many ways, but our strengths and weaknesses complimented each other. I was so grateful for being able to wake up next to her every morning and give her a kiss on her forehead before I left for work. And she made me the happiest man in the world when I came home after a long day and she greeted me with a hug/kiss and asked me how my day was.
Caitlin was so happy to have moved back to New York after living in Virginia for 9 years, because she was now closer to her family. One of the things I loved about Caitlin and her family is that they seemed so close. My family is the same way. Caitlin and I would always look forward to family dinners at her Grandma Bernice’s house. She would remind me often that she believed her grandmother Bernice liked me. I hope her belief was accurate.
We had recently moved into an apartment in Tarrytown. Caitlin would remind me almost every day how happy she was that we found the apartment because it was what she always wanted - to be on Main Street and be able to people watch, and be able to walk to a variety of restaurants and the river. But most importantly, she loved the location because she was now living closer to her brother Kyle and his girlfriend Gola, and that meant we could see him more often. She loved going on double dates with Kyle and Gola. Whether it be going to the movies at Look Cinema, or Haunted Tours through the Sleepy Hollow cemetery on Halloween. She absolutely loved doing things with you two and she had just started making a list of things she wanted to do come spring and she was looking forward to all of them.
We would look forward to going up to the Catskills and visiting her mother Lauren and Howie. She loved and always wanted to play pool even though she was so terrible at it. She appreciated Howie’s coaching. Lauren, she loved your conversations and being able to see you more often too. She loved sharing crazy stories of you all growing up and how rambunctious you all were. Lauren, I don’t know how you did it.
I remember just how happy and excited she was that week when we drove down to New Jersey to meet Dominic for the first time. She loved being able to spend time with her sister Heather and brother in law - Carlos. And she cherished getting to spend time with her niece Hannah and newest addition, her nephew Dominic. The only pictures we have that are on our refrigerator, is of Hannah and Dominic. Carlos - she’s still mad that you beat her in tennis on July 4th 2022. I don’t think she ever got over that.
One of the things she loved the most in life was playing tennis with her father. Bob, she would always come home after playing and talk about something funny that happened. The story she loved sharing the most was when someone had a bad serve and hit you in the “you know what.” I have never seen her smile or laugh so hard telling a story. She spoke often of you always taking her to baseball games, coaching her in tennis, and getting the most amazing tickets for your regular trips together to the US Open. Tennis was such a big and important part of Cait’s life. It brought her joy and gave her great fulfillment. You gave her that.
I have spent more time with all of you, her family, than I have with my own family over the last 2 years, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything; it’s been such a blessing.
I loved you so much Caitlin. I’m going to miss holding and comforting you whenever you were upset or just simply needing to feel better. I’m going to miss cuddling with you and you falling asleep on my chest, and telling me that you were never able to do that with anyone. I am going to miss her suspiciously timed hugs every time I was cleaning the dishes and telling me “she’s a lady of leisure” and that’s why she doesn't. I am going to miss moving both cars in the morning so she didn’t have to get out of bed. I am going to miss cutting apples for her so she didn’t cut herself. I am going to miss driving long distances to tennis matches and our short trips around Ossining and Tarrytown playing Pokémon go. I’m going to miss you expressing how much you loved and appreciated all the things I did for you without hesitation or without you having to ask because we both knew it was all to make life easier for her. I’m going to miss being able to hear you, touch you, feel you, talk to you, see you and admire your beauty.
Every time I looked at you, you grounded me and I would always be reminded of how lucky I was. I am lucky, truly lucky! Most people go through life and never find their soulmate, yet we were so fortunate and lucky we found each other. I love you with all my heart Caitlin. From the moment I first saw you you captivated me. I miss you more than words could ever describe. You were my treasure, my most valuable possession on this earth. My best friend, my partner, my forever love. You made me a better person. This has been the hardest week of my life, and there have been times when I didn’t know if I could get through it. And it’s going to be hard but I know that we have people that love us around us, and the outpouring of love from all over has just been amazing. I will see you again one day my love. One day in fields of gold, you’ll turn, and I’ll be there and I’ll get to embrace you for all eternity. But for now we’ll live on this earth without your physical presence. But you’re not gone. You’ve been wholly reassigned. You’re now among the heavenly ranks, an angel watching down over all of us. I will always look for your signs, and when you come to me, I’ll know it, and I’ll smile with a tear, and know you are there with me. I love you so much, I miss you so much, and you will always be with me.

Kyle Bull

Posted at 11:07am
I'd like to thank everyone for being here to celebrate Caitlin's memory. Caitlin was my best friend and beloved sister. Everyone who knew Caitlin knew how she was a smart, graceful and deeply caring person.

One of my earliest memories is of Caitlin waking me up at 6am to watch one of our favorite cartoons together as young children. She would always have her favorite blanket and we would sit on the couch and watch early morning cartoons together. Another fond early memory is when Caitlin and I randomly competed on the TV show Slime Time Live together. We were both so nervous and didn't really want to be on the show, but in the end had a great time. We also both had green slime dumped over us multiple times.

In High School Caitlin and I would often hang out in our basement with many of both of our friends around. We would talk about whatever was happening recently, watch movies and play foosball and ping pong. Caitlin and I were 3 grades apart, so one year during elementary, middle and high school we were in the same school together. I was always so happy during that year as I could see her during the school day. I was able to visit Caitlin at her College, Vassar where I could see how many amazing friends she had made. I also was able to see some of the incredible academic achievements she had already made and could tell she was going to make many more. To me, Caitlin was always someone to look up to. A role model who was so incredibly smart and kind. When Caitlin was passionate about something it was admirable to see how much she dedicated herself to it. Whether this was tennis, computer science or figure skating. Caitlin was a very accomplished software engineer, working on sophisticated coding projects for the government in Virginia and here in New York. I was so happy when Caitlin moved back to New York from Virginia because it meant we could spend more time together. We played tennis every Wednesday together during the Summer. Caitlin's down the line passing shot was something to be reckoned with. We would visit our mother together at her home in Catskills. There we would play more tennis, go to the beach and play pool. There was a dock out in the water at the beach near my mom's that I would swim out to, to dive off of. It was so funny when Tim would carry Caitlin over the water so that she could come talk to us and not get water in her hair.

We would also attend the US Open and often have dinner together where Caitlin would frequently order one of her favorite food's Margherita pizza. More recently I would see movies and have dinner with Caitlin and her boyfriend Tim. It was clear Caitlin loved Tim and our whole family was happy to see them together enjoying the lives they had for themselves. They had recently moved to Tarrytown and Caitlin would talk about how she loved her new apartment with her small army of 4 cats. This also made us practically neighbors as I lived close by in Dobbs Ferry. We had made many plans to see more movies, visit different places around New York, play tennis and just hang out around town together. I will always cherish the time Caitlin and I had together. She was my best friend since the beginning of my life and I will miss her dearly.

To My Sister…
By Allison Chambers Coxsey

I’m blessed to call you sister,
I also call you friend;
You’ve loved me unconditionally,
And stood through thick and thin.

You’ve shared my joys and sorrows,
My laughter and my tears.
You’ve been my inspiration,
As we grew up through the years.

When we were little children
We laughed and played together;
Then growing up you stood by me,
Through good and stormy weather.

There’s something God has given us,
That’s more than family;
He’s placed a love for you, my Sister,
Deep down in the heart of me.

Heather Bull

Posted at 09:56am
My younger sister Caitlin and I were both born on the same day 3 years apart, May 13. After she was born I would often tell her she stole my birthday and that she had to pick another day to celebrate. She would respond telling me that it is her day too and if I want my own day I can change my birthday. I never did ask to celebrate on another day because Cait and I both secretly liked sharing a birthday as it made the day more special and fun.
Cait was a fairly serious child and young adult. When she was still in middle school we went on a family trip to San Diego and I noticed there were a number of sea lions lying on the rocks at the bottom of a cliff in La Jolla. There were stairs to the bottom of the cliff for boat access- I saw them and thought it would be a great idea to swim from the stairs to the sea lions to see them up close. Kyle didn’t take much convincing to go along with this, however Cait was very skeptical. Against her better judgment she eventually agreed to do this with us and we returned the next day in our wetsuits. Kyle and I jumped in immediately and Cait wasn’t far behind us. As soon as we got close to the rocks the huge male sea lion was threatened and jumped into the water, surfacing just a few feet away from us to bark at us. As this happened Kyle looked down and thought he saw a giant shark below us. He told us and we decided to climb up on the rocks next to the sea lions until we felt brave enough to risk the swim back. We sat on those rocks for a while debating whether we could make it back to the stairs safely. Cait made sure to repeatedly tell me how stupid my idea was while we were sitting there. Eventually we got up the courage and swam against the current over some sharp underwater rocks back to the stairs. We were terrified the entire time that we would be eaten by a shark, attacked by sea lions, or injure ourselves on the sharp rocks but luckily we all made it. It was a tough swim and Cait was understandably even madder by the time we got out of the water. I am still not sure how I managed to get her into the water in the first place but our experience definitely proved her right- it was a terrible idea.
From a young age Caitlin was driven to achieve success in school and hobbies. She liked for things to be flawless- I remember her once getting very upset that she had scored a 99% on a test because she had wanted a 100%. She held herself to a high standard and was rarely willing to accept anything less than perfect. Her achievements did not go unrecognized- she was salutatorian of her high school class and she was accepted into Vassar for college. While in college she was selected to receive a scholarship from the Department of Defense that would both cover her college costs and provide her with guaranteed employment upon graduation. This was an incredibly impressive achievement, especially in 2012. Cait continued to push herself to achieve more and went on to achieve her master’s degree while working full time.
Caitlin moved back to this area from Virginia in the summer of 2021. I am so grateful to have had the chance to spend more time with her before her passing. We went from seeing each other once or twice a year to once or twice a month. Cait seemed happier here in New York, especially after she met her boyfriend Tim. It was clear that Cait and Tim had a special connection and that they were very serious about their relationship. I was so happy for her. Losing Cait has been shocking and devastating and I will never stop missing her. Knowing that she lived so close to family and had a long-term partner that she loved and cared about so much at the time of her passing brings me comfort. Caitlin was so loved by many, many people and she had a significant impact on those around her during her relatively short time.

Lauren Bull

Posted at 09:37am
Thank you so much for coming, everyone - we are so honored, and to have you here.
When I lost my beloved child, especially in such a sudden, tragic way, reading the heartfelt messages sent to me about Caitlin, have soothed the unspeakable pain and sadness, and I am sure they will continue to do so as I learn to navigate life without her. Here are some of the wonderful things I heard about my daughter - I wish she could hear them too:

‘Cait was hilarious. Her dry humor always cut to the chase, getting to the heart of things others couldn't put their finger on. Cait was absolutely dedicated to her interests but never took herself too seriously. She read science fiction vociferously, and loved to ruminate about those worlds and share book recommendations. She also maintained friendships and connected with a diverse group of friends - everyone was welcome when Cait was hosting.’

‘We met while playing tennis and it did not take long for her to become a regular in our group of players. She was incredibly steady, and had an amazing backhand down the line that got her opponent every time. Her toss was the highest one I'd ever seen, but she rarely double-faulted. She taught me the word "unforgivable" which she used for any of her errors she deemed careless. Although one of the youngest in the group, Cait fit in beautifully. It did not take long to see how incredibly bright and funny she was. In addition to a sharp mind, Cait also possessed a natural beauty that was appreciated by everyone. She good-naturedly applied the sunscreen we offered during the many summer games we played, and smiled when we repeatedly "mothered" her to protect that beautiful complexion of hers. She will be missed by many, but in no way will she be forgotten. I feel incredibly lucky to have known Cait and I know our group will find a way to honor her memory.

‘Cait was truly special, we were inseparable for most of Vassar. She was someone who accepted me for who I was 100%. A true friend. I know she made a lot of people feel that way. It was incredible how her light still burned so bright despite some tough times. She was as tenacious and brilliant as they come.’

‘Cait was in my freshman year fellow group at Vassar, and therefore we were essentially wayward siblings for a very important year of both of our lives. I will never forget our late nights, long walks, and all the laughter we shared as a little Vassar family. Cait, rest easy and know that I’ll think of you often.’

‘Caitlin was a sweet, beautiful and kind soul. She loved tennis and instantly decided that she would join Clubfit so she could play with me. I was humbled. Caitlin became my tennis companion. We played at least two times a week. She was my partner, my friend and always loyal, supportive and honest. Caitlin always remembered the score, had eagle eyes and was a pure joy to be with. She was a pure soul and had a great sense of humor. I loved Caitlin along with the rest of the community.’

‘I was on the tennis court with her on Sunday when she was feeling unwell. She was a good friend and a really sweet person. We would often chat after games and I appreciated her perspectives. I will miss her on and off the court.’

‘Cait was one of the smartest and sweetest girls I have ever met. Along with many others, I always enjoyed being on a tennis court with her. Her “Bull” backhand was my favorite shot (and hers of course). The loss is immeasurable, but so is the love left behind. ‘Til we meet again, my friend.’

Caitlin was such a wonderful friend, always smart, funny, and kind. Traveling to Arizona with her was a blast, and sharing a house during nationals made the experience even more memorable. I’ll never forget when she came out to cheer me on during an epic tennis match when I needed my teammates more than ever. Overall, we both had a knack for dry humor and blunt analysis of tennis games/people in general

. She was honest and smart and I’ll always cherish our memories. As I raise my Red Bull in a silent toast, I celebrate Caitlin's life, her energy, and all the good times we shared. She'll always have a special place in my heart, and I'll never forget her.’

‘Caitlin was an incredible, down to earth, grounding spirit during high school. I was always grateful for her caring spirit and dry humor. My memories of us playing tennis together are some of my best from that time.’

‘I loved Cait very very much and even though we weren’t in touch recently, I thought of her often . . . . She’s completely irreplaceable.’

As her mom, I agree! Cait was one of a kind, a force of nature, and I was so lucky to have her in my life for 33 years. I find great solace in the fact that Cait was loved and supported by me, along with the rest of her family, her boyfriend, and many others. She will always be with us, in our hearts and in our minds:

(from Alex MaClean)
“Those we love don't go away;
They walk beside us every day.
Unseen, unheard but always near.
Still loved, still missed, and very dear..."

I’ll finish with Caitlin’s own insightful, classic comment, ‘Contrary to popular belief, I did have a profound effect on many people’s lives.’

William Solomon

Posted at 10:49am
Caitlin was a thoughtful person. I wish I reached out to her or knew how she was doing recently so that this didn't happen. The guys from our grade stay in touch and we talked about her last night. She was so smart, and I can picture in my mind her slightly delayed smile or reaction to a thoughtful moment being funny or serious. There was a good brain inside that head of hers. Caitlin will always be a member of the Pleasantville community in our hearts. I'm happy for her successes in life. My condolences to her closest friends and loved ones. Stay strong Kyle.

-Billy Solomon

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