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Marshall Mccullough

Marshall (Marty) McCullough was born February 25, 1958, to Sanders and Elizabeth McCullough in Columbus OH. While surrounded by loved ones, Marty departed this life and received his heavenly wings on June 29, 2023.

Marty attended Linden-McKinley High School and was retired from Manheim Auto Auction where he worked in Security.

Marty enjoyed fishing, dancing, taking pictures and making photo collages, playing the game of “Risk”, watching a good movie, opening the “Mac” Club and spending time with family and friends. Marty is the “Story Rhymer” who wrote original stories and performed them. Marty’s was the “go to” house for anyone who wanted to talk, relax, and have a good time.

Marty was preceeded in death by his parents Sanders and Elizabeth McCullough, brothers Donald, Toby, Sanders, Duane, David, and Delbert McCullough along with his sisters, Sallie Bell Broady, Sophie Ann and Willie Mae McCullough.

Marty leaves fond memories with siblings Michael (Deidra) and Daniel McCullough. He will continue to be honored and cherished by his children Karee (Keith) and Marshall (Amber) McCullough along with his wife Kimberly and bonus children Derrick (Jasmine) and Chanda Showell, John Graggs, Tracy Snoke and Allyn McCullough. Marty has left this earth after sharing a wealth of love with his grandchildren: Davon and Jaelynn McCullough, Paris, Precious, Tamara and Lamont Graggs, Brian Miller, Jace Jones and Derrick (Tre) Showell, along with a host of neices, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.

Just One More Day

I just need one more day to tell you thank you for loving me. For being my protector and my warrior.

I just need one more day to remind you how proud I am of you for overcoming various obstacles in your life. For not giving up and making Kim your wife. I just need one more day to laugh with you and have a deep discussion. For you to look at me and start fussing.

I just need one more day to love you. I just need one more day to hear you yell out “whootie whoo”.
I just need one more day to call you. I just need one more day, that’s new.
I just need one more day to see you dance
I just need one more day to pray that you have a second chance

I just need one more day

-Karee McCullough-

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