Jean Audrey McCulloch

May 25, 1942March 22, 2021

Jean McCulloch (née Haughton-James) was called home to the Lord on March 22, 2021. She died peacefully at home in Coral Springs, Florida.

Jean is survived by her daughter, Stacie-Ann, son -in- law Andrew, grandchildren Ajani and Shane; brother, Maurice (Mickey), sister Carole (Miss Ann), brother Allan; nephews and grandnephews and grandnieces. Jean was born on May 25, 1942 in Kingston, Jamaica to Gilbert and Lynette Haughton-James. She attended St. Hugh’s High School in Kingston. Jean worked for almost 40 years at JPS (Jamaica Public Service) in Kingston, Jamaica in Personnel/Human Resources, where she developed deep and long lasting relationships. She married Clive McCullock in January 1974 and had her only child Stacie-Ann. After her departure from JPS she worked closely with her brother, Mickey, helping to manage his gym in Kingston, Jamaica before fully retiring.

Jean’s grandsons were the apples of her eye, her favorite pastime was spending time and being around them. She loved plants and flowers. She was a caring and generous individual who touched the heart of all she came across.

No service is set at this time. The family will have a small memorial service in Jamaica at a future date. An online tribute/remembrance ceremony will be held in the upcoming weeks, details are forthcoming. The family would like to thank all the many friends, family and caregivers for all the tremendous support over the last month, with special appreciation to Shernette who was with her and her daughter in her final days.


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Carole James

April 3, 2021

Jean became the matriarch of our family after our parents and older sister Babs passed. Everyone depended on her for advice and support especially our brother Mickey. We had lots of laughter together as we got closer in later years. We often had dinner together on Sundays and watched Netflix movies together. Love you lots. Miss you lots. Rest well my sister until we meet again.

Bobby Diaz

April 3, 2021

My dear Aunt Jean. I will miss you. Your radiant smile, infectious laughter, sense of humor and words of wisdom. I am very grateful for the times we spent together and I especially enjoyed seeing you and Aunt Miss Ann interact whenever we met on Sundays at her home. We would all break out in laughter many times because of something peculiar one of us said. I will cherish the memories Aunt Jean. I look forward to seeing you and mommy again in the life to come. I love you.

Denise Tulloch

April 2, 2021

My condolences to Jean's family and friends on her passing. I met Jean in 1993, when she received me into the JPS family. She and I have been neighbours for many years and I feel blessed to have shared many happy memories with her. I invited Jean to join the Strata Committee a few years ago and we shared several years of her wit, deep insights and excellent advice. I am grateful for all the times we shared and her caring and funny thoughts. I am deeply saddened by her passing, as I have lost an ex-coworker, neighbour, friend and fellow flower enthusiast. I pray that her gentle soul will Rest in Peace and light perpetual will shine upon her.

Priya Anaokar

April 1, 2021

In Jean, I found a person with a beautiful soul, a wonderful friend and a genuine human being. I have so many fond memories. She helped me see Jamaica and Jamaicans through her eyes. Over cups of afternoon tea, we chatted our hearts out, laughed and endlessly spoke on our common interests...plants, beautiful homes and about life. I am going to miss you a lot, Jean.

Taynia Nethersole

April 1, 2021

I write on behalf of my parents, Leslie & Phyllis Nethersole, my brother Kurt and myself. Jean was a treasured member of our family. She and my mother were cousins but they were so close. She and my Dad shared the same birthday. When my parents visited Jamaica Jean was one of the first people to be notified of their arrival. We shared so many good times (as well as times of sorrow). She will live forever in our hearts. Forever your Taynes!

Johann McCullock

April 1, 2021

Aunt Jean, you had the gift of making anyone you interacted with feel special and cared for. Your spirit will live on forever in our lives, and the many lives you've touched.

We love and miss you, and pray to meet again one day in a beautiful place. RIP.

Ava Hindslawson

March 30, 2021

Dearest Jean, we are comforted knowing that you are Resting in Eternal Peace. I know you will be missed dearly by Stacie,Andrew,Ajani and Shane,but they have all gained another angel to watch over them.God saw your pain and he called you home to be with him forever.Psalm 56 v 8 says “ he gathers our tears”, but he also wipes away our tears.will miss your quiet presence,your smile and generous heart.SIP,until we meet again.
Aunt Buntie,Pat and Nat.

Dawn Edwards-Taylor

March 27, 2021

The Best next door neighbor anyone could want❤️We shared carrying our daughters to High Shool alternate weeks.She kept my spare house key in safety for as long as she lived in Covington Close.May her Soul Rest In Peace and Perpetual light shine upon her.I am sad but I have great memories of her.Condolences to Stacie and her family🙏

Trecia McCalla

March 27, 2021

Auntie Jean,

I will never forget your kindness to me during my summer jobs at JPS and whenever I visited your home.

I pray your soul will rest peacefully with our Creator. You were loved.

I will continually hold Stacie and her family in love and prayers.

Elaine Johnson

March 27, 2021

Forever in my thoughts. You will always stay loved and remembered, gracious in all your ways. Sleep in Peace Beautiful soul.