he married Grandpa Vermal's twin sister VermaDean. undated obits from unknown paper (probably Trenton paper) in book Grandma Grace made.
Robert Warren McCullough, 71, a resident of 1502 Nichols St., Trenton, died Tuesday afternoon, June 27, 1989, at the Ellis Fischel State Cancer Hospital in Columbia.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Chapel of the Blackmore-Whitaker Funeral home. Dr. Clyde Elder, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens of Trenton.
There is no family visitation scheduled at the funeral home.
Mr. McCullough was born June 9 1918 in Trenton, MO, the son of Warren and Valcy McCulary McCullough. He was married to Verma D.Brown on Nov 14 1937 in Gallatin, MO. She died in July 1982.
Mr. McCullough served with the U.S. Navy during World War II. He worked for Swift & Company in Trenton, and later worked for the City of Trenton for 23 years. He was a member of the American Legion, the VFW and the Elks Lodge.
Survivors include his two sons, Bobby McCullough of Holly Ridge, NC, and Billy McCullough of La Habra, CA; two sisters, Goldie Morris of St Joseph, and Leona McCullough of Hollywood, FL; 12 grandchildren; and several great grandchildren.
Besides his parents and wife, Mr. McCullough was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister.
Funeral services for Robert Warren McCullough were held at 1 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Chapel of the Blackmore-Whitaker Funeral Home. Dr. Clyde Elder, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiated.
Mr. McCullough, 71, of 1502 Nichols St., Trenton, died Tuesday, June 27 1989 at the Ellis Fischel State Cancer Hospital in Columbia.
Mrs. Carl Muff played the organ accompaniment for David Vanderpool, who sang, "Lily of the Valley," and "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?"
Pallbearers, all members of Joseph L. Norton Post No. 919, Veterans of Foreign Wars, were Frank Clodfelter, Max Garrison, Steve Horner, Tom Phillips, Charley Cole, and Lowell Dabler.
Military graveside rites were held at Resthaven Memorial Gardens in Trenton by members of Joseph L. Norton Post No. 919, VFW, with Merril Cahill, as commander; Leo Whitaker, chaplain; Bob Scott; officer of the day; Bill Willams and Howard Hobbs, color guard; John Hawkins and Tony Ralston, color bearers; and C.J. Baker, Burl Shelton, Dallas Cox, and Wayne Griffin, firing squad.