Joseph “Bobby” McCullough

Joseph “Bobby” McCullough

Joseph “Bobby” McCullough

Feb. 12, 1947 ~ May 4, 2018

Bobby McCullough passed away in his home, with his family by his side on Friday, May 4, 2018.  He was a piping designer, loved to fish, and was an excellent carpenter. Survivors of Mr. McCullough include his wife, Debbie; son, Tony McCullough; daughter, Bobbi Bramlett (Adam); son, Joachim Von Enkinstein (Monica); sister, Delores Belcher; granddaughters, Brianna, Isabelle and Rebekah; and grandsons, Jakob and Harold. Services will be held in the Alabama National Cemetery on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, please send donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Pl, Memphis, TN 38105. https://www.stjude.org/


6 thoughts on “Joseph “Bobby” McCullough

  1. For the short time I had the privilege to know him and his family it was awesome .Moments to always remember !

  2. Debbie, so sorry to see this about Bobby. Praying for you and your family. Iva Collie Haynes from your days at FB&D

  3. so very sorry, he was truly a wonderful man, love being
    in the family and being a part of his life. he will be truly
    missed, love all of you rosie

  4. Debbie,
    So sorry for your lost. You and entire McCullough family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Bobby was a truly talented and generous man. Whether it was designing heavy industrial piping systems, or working carpentry at home, he always worked hard at every task, had a giving heart and a “can do” attitude toward it all. Even as the effects of his illness had taken it’s toll, Bobby still offered advise, direction, and a helping hand to anyone with a home project of their own. Bobby was a genuinely good person and good friend to many and will be sorely missed in this world. Me and my family’s thoughts, prayers and heart felt condolences go out to Debbie and the family in this very difficult time.

  6. Dearest Debbie and family,
    So very sorry about Bobby. Hope you and kids are doing OK. Been there, done that, not fun. Just keep the Faith and believe that Bobby is in a better place now and not suffering or in pain any more. If you need anything or just need to talk, please call me at 318-376-2129

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