- 84 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 14, 1931
- Place of birth:
Caruthersville, Missouri, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 1, 2016
- Place of passing:
Helena, Montana, United States
|You may be gone from my sight, but you are never gone from my heart.|
Albert "Al" Leroy McCullough
On April 1st, 2016, Albert peacefully passed away in the comfort of his home in Helena, Montana. He was 84 years old.
Albert McCullough was born in the town of Caruthersville, Missouri on December 14, 1931. He was the second son of Mary and Bob Burl McCullough.
Growing up on catfish, hush puppies, and good ol' comfort food from mama, Albert spent his early years raising hell with his brothers on the farm in Missouri.
At the start of the Korean conflict, he joined the United States Navy and was stationed on the USS Toledo. Albert held pride for his ship his entire life, recollecting countless stories of travelling the world with his shipmates.
After the Navy, Albert came home to spread his roots long and far. He spent years working on cars, managing a variety of businesses, working on the oil fields in Alaska and raising his five sons.
In retirement, Albert met his wife, Cindy, who blessed him with a daughter. They spent the next several years soaking up the sun in Arizona.
In 2013, Albert and Cindy returned to Montana and spent the remainder of his life making memories fishing at the lake and enjoying family the cowboy way.
Albert was preceded in death by one of his brothers (James). Albert is survived by his loving wife (Cindy), five sons (Bruce, Steven, Gary, Stuart, Gordon), one daughter (Jessica), two brothers (Robert, Billy), and several grandchildren and great grandchildren.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Albert McCullough, 84, born on December 14, 1931 and passed away on April 1, 2016. We will remember him forever.
"Cindy, we are so sorry to hear of Al's passing. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, and we're here if you need anything.
Your friends and neighbors,
John and Shari Hagengruber
Adam, Emily, Maddie and Sarah"
"I am so sorry to hear of Albert's passing. I remember all the stories from my dad, Ralph Estes, and the laugher when they got together at the reunions. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. All our love.
The Miles Family"
"Cindy and family
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of uncle Al our thoughts and prayers are withyou every day. Will miss his smiling face and the stories of past adventures. Special times at the lake and our family dinner times, when his stories kept us entertained.
LOVE YOU ALWAYS
Billy & Jacinte"
"We are so sorry for your loss, Jessica you did a wonderful job on this Tribute to your Dad , I am sure he is very proud of you.."
"To the family,
Though I don't know you personally, please accept my deepest sympathy. I'm very sorry to hear about your loss. When I have lost loved ones In death, I have found comfort in knowing that God has provided us with a hope for the future.
Acts 24:15-" there is going to be a resurrection." God gives us this promise because he is capable of restoring life back to those who have past away. The bible says that " with God all things are possible." ( Matthew 19:26)
There is many other scriptures that mention this hope for the future. Please visit jw.org for more :-)"
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