Emma Orlevia McCullough

April 27, 1941March 18, 2020

Emma Orlevia McCullough was born April 27, 1941 in Cedartown, Georgia. She is the seventh of nine siblings born to the late Georgia and Thomas Price. Emma transitioned to her heavenly home on March 18, 2020.

Emma attended Cedar Town High School. She later met Roger McCullough and then at the age of 24, Emma and Roger were married on Christmas Eve in 1964. She and Roger remained married for 50 years until Roger’s passing. At age of 26, Emma and Roger took on the guardianship of her sister’s six children. They raised those children and two others as their own. Emma was a God-fearing woman and loved the lord. During her journey through life she did many exciting things. Emma traveled to the White House while Jimmy Carter was president. She authored two books titled “Satan and The Unaware Mind” and “The Unaware Mind”.

Emma loved people and being in the company of many. She enjoyed cooking and being surrounded by her family and friends. She had a big heart and a captivating smile that would welcome you into her heart and home, and would help anyone in need. Her faith was the highlight of her life. She found Christ and followed him diligently. Emma was a devoted member of Powers Ferry Church of Christ in Marietta, Georgia until her health declined and she was unable to attend. She loved her church family. Her faith grew stronger as she faithfully continued to host weekly Bible Studies in her home.

Emma was proceeded in death by five of her siblings: Euzell Price, Pauline Poole, Doris Dawkins, Barbara Price, and her brother, Thomas Price; three of her guardian children, Annie Pearl Scott, David Price and Selma Price Johnson; and grandson, Adriquis Sales.

Emma leaves to cherish her memories her loving children, Karen Sales, Cynthia Price, Sharonda Price, Roland Price, Santecia Price and Viviana Price; two sisters, Betty King (Cecil King deceased) and Willie Ruth Vachon (Gaston); one brother, Allen Price (Lavon); nine grandchildren; thirteen great-grandchildren and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A Memorial Service will be announced at a later dat and time.


  • Grqaveside Service Thursday, March 26, 2020


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Janice Gatewood

March 24, 2020

Emma was a remarkable woman. I admired her strength and honor as she worked tirelessly for her family and strove to be a Christian woman. I will miss her. Heaven gained a beautiful soul.