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James Robert McCullough

August 10, 1932 - April 22, 2020

Passed on April 22, 2020, in his 88th year with family at his side. Preceded in death by his beloved wife of 63 years, Beryl. Loving father to Michael (Sharron Katz) McCullough and Bobbi (Paul) Smuck. Proud grandfather to Amanda, Dan (Vanessa), Jennifer Smuck, Keila (Ben) Roesner, and Callie McCullough. Great-grandfather to Jordan, Tyler, Quinn and Eileen. He will be honoured at a private family service at NORTHVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, followed by burial at a later date in Medway Cemetery. Donations in memory of Bob may be made to the Shriners Hospitals for Children or St. John the Divine Anglican Church in Arva, Ontario.

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So sorry to learn of Bob's passing. Our family will always remember the good times that we shared. We send our sincere sympathy. Long distance hugs for all. Beverley Fox and family

~ Beverley Fox and Family

To Bobbi and Michael and families. I was truly sorry to learn of Bob’s passing. We have been friends for more years than I can count. It was a pleasure working with him on the Shrine projects. Most recently the pop can recycling and bingo before that. He could back the pop can trailer in to Zubicks building like nobody else could. The past few years it has been a pleasure to visit with him at the condo and the home in Strathroy and then Earls Court.. He will really be missed. Verne Johnson.

~ Verne Johnson

Dear Bobbi, Michael, and family I am so sorry to hear of your father's passing. I knew Bob from Middlesex Lodge 379, where he was just about to reach the milestone of 60 years a Mason this coming May. Bob was the Master of the Lodge in 1970, and for many years he was active on the social and finance committees. He was well liked, and well respected, and a good example to the younger brethren. While we grieve our loss, let us give thanks for a life well spent. "We will cherish his memory in our hearts".

~ Dave MacLeod

Bobbi, Paul and the entire family - my deepest condolences on the loss of your dad. I am sure it made him happy to have you beside him, surrounded by love, till the end. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Julie Duncan

~ Julie Duncan

Michael and Bobby, so very sorry to read of Bob's passing. It did bring back some very fond childhood memories of Bob and dad as co-workers and good friends, and of Bob and Beryl stopping at my folks place Saturday nights before the weekly hoedown at the Lions Hall. I remember B&B bringing humour, good will and good friendship to the house. Thinking of you during this sad time. Jim

~ Jim Hill

Dear Bobbi and family, I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your Father. It is always terrible to lose a loved one, but the fact that you could not visit, and now can’t benefit from being surrounded and supported by your extended family and community in your grief, is truly unfair. I hope you can feel the love and support that your family and friends are sending virtually. We are all here for you and your family. I have no doubt but that in life, you made your father proud. As your friend and colleague, I so admire your sense of compassion and humor, and can only imagine how much joy you brought to your dad's life. I hope in time that the happy memories with your dad bring you joy and comfort. Please know that your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I am sending you and your whole family my wishes for peace during this time. Sincerely, Shannon Carter

~ Shannon Carter

Dear Bobbi and Mike - Sending sincere sympathy to you folks and your families. Treasure the memories. Your parents were great folks in our community. We were so blessed to have so many "great folks" in our lives growing up. Diane and Mike O'Shea

~ Diane O'Shea