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Mr. McCullough’s movement, which advocates palliative care over invasive regimens for older patients, has been increasingly available in nursing homes.
Ms. McCullough’s novel, set against the sweeping panorama of her native Australia, became one of the most-watched mini-series of all time.
As a 15-year-old street seller of drugs in Baltimore, Mr. McCullough became a focus of David Simon’s book and TV mini-series “The Corner.”
Robert L. McCullough, who changed the civil rights movement by choosing to work on a roadside chain gang rather than pay a $100 fine after his arrest in 1961 for asking to be served at a whites-only lunch counter in South Carolina, died Monday in Rock Hill, S.C. He was 64. Samuel Reid Jr., assistant manager of Robinson Funeral Home, confirmed the death but said he did not know the cause.
Robert L. McCullough changed the civil rights movement by choosing to work on a roadside chain gang rather than pay a $100 fine after his arrest in 1961 for asking to be served at a whites-only lunch counter.
McCULLOUGH--John P. Of Princeton died unexpectedly in his home on Tuesday, June 6, 2006 at age of 81. He was a long-time resident of Princeton and a retired executive from Mobil Oil Corporation in Pennington. He is survived by his wife, Ann Calvert McCullough; three daughters, Sherrill M. Davis of Haverford, PA, Cathryn M. Delude of Andover, MA, and Patricia McCullough of NYC; and three grandchildren, Philip M. Delude, Patricia M. Delude, and Michael Gene Davis. A memorial service will be held o ...
HORD-Montgomery McCullough ''Monte'' 46, of Pelham, New York, a Vice President and Partner of Cantor Fitzgerald, died at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Born in Grand Island Nebraska on August 24, 1955 to the late Thomas and Gloria Hord, he grew up in Central City, Nebraska and graduated from the University of Nebraska. Monte began his business career in Chicago at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange in the late 1970's. He worked at the Board until he and his wife, Lisa Sharp Hor ...
DAHLINGER-Geraldine E. (nee McCullough). Of St. Simons Island, Georgia, died peacefully on Wednesday, July 18, in Brunswick, GA, after a long illness. She was the widow of the late Herbert A. Dahlinger, who retired in 1988 from Sterling Bank & Trust Co. of New York. Survivors include a daughter, Susan E. Dahlinger of NYC, and a son, Rev. James H. Dahlinger, S.J. of Syracuse, NY.
McCULLOUGH-Elayne Klauber. Loving sister of Marie V. Schwarz, devoted sister-in-law of Ruby Klauber, adored companion to William Wallace. Beloved aunt to Enid Klauber, Joseph Klauber, Valerie Neary, and Benedict Schwarz, and grand nieces and nephews. Former employee of Nynex. Memorial service to be held at The Chapel at 777 U.N. Plaza, 44th Street and 1st Avenue, February 10, at 12:30 P.M.
McCULLOUGH-Donald F. Former Chairman of Collins & Aikman. Died Tuesday, September 26, 2000. He is survived by his wife Louise and children Gregory, Sally, Tracey and Nina Williams. Memorial service will be at the First Congregational Church, 108 Sound Beach Ave., Old Greenwich, CT, Tuesday, October 3, 11 AM. Family requests donations be made to the American Lung Association, 1740 Broadway, NY, NY 10019.
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