David William Culloo

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David William Culloo

Midlothian - My Father's three and a half years of agonizing heartbreak over the loss of my Mom and tumultuous battles with various kidney, lung and brain cancers are now over. David William Culloo, 71, died early Saturday morning in his sleep surrounded by his daughter, Beth-Ann Culloo, and granddaughter, Katelyn Sky Lee. He is survived by the aforementioned family, one other daughter, three additional granddaughters and two sisters. Born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts, David met and married the love of his life, Eleanor, at age 19 after one heck of a date at a local fair. They raised a family, worked hard, and after more than six decades in New England spent nearly six years traveling the country via an RV - experiencing remarkable adventures together. They eventually settled down in Midlothian making it home until their passings. In lieu of flowers, the family requests any donations be made to the Visiting Nurse Association of Texas to which they are extremely grateful for all of the care, kindness, and compassion during an extraordinarily difficult time.

Posted online on August 23, 2021

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Obituaries in Midlothian, TX | Midlothian Mirror

David William Culloo

Midlothian Funeral Home

David William Culloo

Midlothian - My Father's three and a half years of agonizing heartbreak over the loss of my Mom and tumultuous battles with various kidney, lung and brain cancers are now over. David William Culloo, 71, died early Saturday morning in his sleep surrounded by his daughter, Beth-Ann Culloo, and granddaughter, Katelyn Sky Lee. He is survived by the aforementioned family, one other daughter, three additional granddaughters and two sisters. Born and raised in Springfield, Massachusetts, David met and married the love of his life, Eleanor, at age 19 after one heck of a date at a local fair. They raised a family, worked hard, and after more than six decades in New England spent nearly six years traveling the country via an RV - experiencing remarkable adventures together. They eventually settled down in Midlothian making it home until their passings. In lieu of flowers, the family requests any donations be made to the Visiting Nurse Association of Texas to which they are extremely grateful for all of the care, kindness, and compassion during an extraordinarily difficult time.

Posted online on August 23, 2021