OBITUARY: Robert Herbert McCulley

GRAND JUNCTION, CO — We are sad to announce the death of Robert Herbert McCulley, February 19, 2018 in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Bob grew up in the Lynn/Saugus area. He was a very proud retiree from the USMC, retiring as a GySgt. He completed a few tours in Vietnam and two tours as a Drill Instructor at MCRD in San Diego. He also served as an Instructor at the OCS facility in Quantico, VA. After retirement he worked as a Supervisor for Astra Zeneca in Wilmington, Mass. and completed his work history as a Supervisor with Harvey Windows and Doors in Manchester, N.H.

Bob leaves behind his wife of 48 years, Mary Jane Stansfield-McCulley; a daughter, Rachel and her husband, Stephen of Grand Junction, Colo.; and a grandson, Jacob. He also leaves behind his sister, Dianne McCulley of Peabody. He had many nieces and nephews in the Massachusetts and Southern, N.H. area. Loved them all.

We would like to extend a special Thank You to two very special folks Bernard Murphy, of Tucson, Ariz. and Thomas Boudette of Warner, N.H. who were always there for him when needed.

We ask those who knew Bob to please continue to pray for him and for ALL who suffer from heart disease and the terrible side effects of Agent Orange.

Burial will be at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery where he can rest in peace with his fellow Marines and Soldiers.

If you wish you may make a donation in his name to your favorite charity.

Robert Herbert McCulley
Robert Herbert McCulley

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