Faunce Rembert MCCULLY Jr.

December 11, 1937October 25, 2018

McCully, Faunce Rembert Jr., 80, of Jacksonville, passed away on Oct. 25, 2018, peacefully sitting in his favorite TV armchair. He was born on Dec. 11, 1937, in Jacksonville. "Mac," as he preferred to be called, graduated from Lee High School, attended Tulane University and received his bachelor's degree in Architecture from the University of Florida.

Mac was a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and owned the firm of "McCully Architects" in Orange Park, which designed many Clay County schools, including the elementary attended by his own children. He lived on the St. Johns river at that time, and was passionate about his boat and fishing. Mac grew up at the First Christian Church of Jacksonville, but he found "his Pastor" in recent years when he began attending Riverside Park Methodist Church, near his retirement apartment. Mac was also an avid golfer, and loved motorcycles and cars, having raced soap box derby cars throughout his childhood under the name of "Ace."

He is survived by his former wife, Margaret Ann McCully; two daughters: Kathy Turner and Barbara Tauch; a son, Alan McCully; four grandchildren; two sisters, Sue Wallman and Phyllis Tousey; brother-in-law Chip Tousey; sister-in-law Marion McCully; former second wife, Patty Hoeber, and step-daughter Sarah Hoeber; and seven nieces and nephews who found him to be "cool."

He is predeceased by a brother, Jim McCully; brother-in-law Ted Wallman; niece Lisa Bowers; and his parents, Faunce and Phyllis McCully.

Ace/Mac/Faunce's Celebration of Life service will be held at 3 pm on Nov. 7 at Riverside Park Methodist Church chapel, Pastor Emily Knight presiding.

You may leave words of comfort and sympathy at HARDAGE-GIDDENS, EDGEWOOD CHAPEL, 729 S. Edgewood Avenue, is serving the family.


Faunce Rembert MCCULLY Jr.

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Bobbie Welter

November 6, 2018

Your dad was our neighbor in Orange Park for the year and a half we lived there. My late husband and Mac bonded immediately. Mac visited us in Tiffin , Ohio and we dearly loved him. Recently he was planning on visiting again but wasn't sure he could make it. I was so shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. You have my sincere sympathy for the passing of your father. He was truly a southern gentleman and a wonderful friend I will miss.