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Robert P McCullough Jr.

February 25, 1955June 9, 2020

Bobby Mac McCullough, 65, of Manchester, passed away on June 9, 2020. Born in Manchester on February 25, 1955, he was the son of Robert and Mary (Kearns) McCullough.

He was a lifelong resident of Manchester, NH. Bobby was an employee of St. Anslems College for 36 years. He attended Manchester Central High School. In his life, Bobby loved Notre Dame Football, Patriots, Red Sox, and the Celtics. He loved to play all sports, he also loved his summer at the beach and his trips to Foxwoods Casino. He also had a great love for his family and friends.

He was predeceased by his parents Robert P. McCullough, and Mary (Kearns) McCullough, and Sister Barbara A. McCullough. Family members include his brothers William C. McCullough and his wife Debbie, Thomas F. McCullough and his wife Denise; and Sister Sharon A. Mosier and her husband Wayne; nephews and nieces include Matthew, Patrick, Katlyn, Tyler, and Jennifer; and great nephews Owen, Nathan, Landon, Kendall, Teddy, Matthew, and Henry.

A burial will be held privately at a later date.

Arrangements have been entrusted to McHugh Funeral Home of Manchester NH.


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Robert P McCullough Jr.

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Michael McGuinness

June 28, 2020

Good bye to a truly nice guy. I always enjoyed speaking with Bob each time I saw him in Alumni Hall. Bob always had a smile on his face and was eagerly talking about the next trip to South Bend with his friends.

You'll be missed but I know you be watching ND football still.

Rest in peace.

Gerry Brunelle

June 22, 2020

Funny, loyal, kind ,generous. I worked with "Mac" at Saint Anselm college for many years and he turned out to be one of my very best friends. Every time i traveled back home i always had to have Mac on the top of my list for a visit. I'll always remember shooting baskets with him at the gym, talking sports and about the old days, as we were in high school at the same time but went to rival high schools. One of the truly best people i ever met. My deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
Gerry Brunelle

Robert Anderson

June 21, 2020

Bobby and I go back 31 years to when I first came to Saint Anselm College. Our love of Notre Dame football was our bond, and Bobby sure shared his love enthusiastically. If you weren't up to speed on the latest and greatest about ND football (which I wasn't sometimes), he had a hurt look in his eyes that made you not want to disappoint in the future.

One of my fondest memories of Bobby is from 1990. Bobby, as usual, knew a guy who had tickets. In this case, the tickets were for Notre Dame versus Miami, the final Catholics-versus-Convicts game. So, we went, and at that deliriously exciting Notre Dame victory, Bobby was in his element.

One of my last memories of Bobby is from last winter. He took a bad fall on some black ice, and I happened to be across the street getting gas. Since he didn't want to be stuck with a big ambulance bill, he asked me to hurry him away and to ER. That too was Bobby: always angling. I spent a few hours with him in ER and learned more about Bobby than I ever knew. Besides an excellent worker, a sports lover, a person whose hunches and feelings about sporting events were uncannily reliable, Bobby was a sweet man.

I will miss you, Bobby, and my hope is one of Notre Dame's most passionate fans is now in the good company of Notre Dame football greats and the Great Notre Dame Maker in the sky.

Renee Turner

June 19, 2020

I looked forward to our almost daily friendly exchange on my way to or from classes. Though busy making Alumni Hall shine, he made time to say hi and speak of his enthusiasm for his sports teams. He proudly wore his athletic team t-shirts and caps to work. The last time we spoke, just before the college closed, he was pensively looking out the window of a classroom on the fourth floor of alumni. I sensed he was saying goodby.
I will pray for him.
Renee Turner

Elona Lucas

June 19, 2020

Bob was a great help in Lower Level Alumni Hall; I always enjoyed our chats before, between, and after classes, and if I ever needed anything in the classroom, I knew Bob would be available for assistance. Bob and his good friend Royce are now enjoying God's graces together. May Bob rest in peace.

Joe Spoerl

June 19, 2020

I have known Bob for 30 years. He always had a friendly "hello" as I passed by on my way to or from class, first in Gadbois Hall, and then in Alumni Hall. If I needed help with something in a classroom, I had but to ask Bob. St A's will not be the same without him. May Saint Anselm and Saint Benedict intercede for him and may he rest in peace. So long, Bob!

Fr. John Fortin (St. Anselm College)

June 18, 2020

My sympathies to all the family. I studied at ND and so whenever and wherever on campus I met Bob we would have to discuss ND football. A good man. A candle will be lit at the Grotto at ND in his memory. Rest In Peace, Bob.

Janie Sweeney

June 18, 2020

Heartfelt sympathy to Bill, Sharon and Tom McCullough and family from the Sweeney family. The extended neighborhood and McDonald School friends have many childhood memories of Bobby. May you all be carried by memories of those happier days. May Bobby rest in peace and rise in glory.

Joseph Kowalik

June 17, 2020

Many memories of touch football games at Harriman Park with Bobby and Billy, my brother John and Jimmy, and many more from our "block". Condolences from the Kowalik families.

Mike MacDonald

June 15, 2020

Sorry to hear of the passing of Bobbie. Had great times with him playing basketball and touch football when we were teens. He was "good guy" who always had a smile on his face. Saw him a couple of years ago at Kings Lane and he had still had that great laugh.

My condolences to the McCulloughs. May he Rest in Peace.