OBITUARY

Regina Mary McCullough

July 9, 1932November 27, 2019
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Mrs. Regina M. McCullough entered the gates of heaven on November 27, 2019. Regina came into this world on July 9, 1932, in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, as the only child born to Regina Adrienne and James Toman Shute.

She was very creative, loved art and history, and was in the newspapers for designing a homecoming mural for her high school. She also entered an art contest in high school, which was sponsored by a wallpaper company, and her entry was chosen by their marketing team. After high school, she pursued a career as a legal secretary in Philadelphia until she married our dad, Lawrence F. McCullough, and began her most fulfilling career as wife and mother for her three children.

According to Regina, her greatest legacy is her family. Her children: Regina, Lawrence, Catherine and their spouses Thomas and Valarie. Her seven grandchildren: Regina, Lawrence III, Melissa, Megan, Christina, James, Angelo and their spouses: Jed, Jorge, Kevan, Briana, Annaliese; and her twelve great-grandchildren: Lilly, Jayden, Genevieve, Ashlynn, Samuel, Landon, Sofia, Scarlett, Liana, Oliver, Cadence and Madisen. She also leaves behind one much-loved brother-in-law, James and his wife, Dorothy. Regina was preceded in death and reunited with the love of her life of 60 years when they parted Lawrence and her eighth granddaughter, Angela.

Services will be held on December 13, 2019, at Deltona Memorial Funeral Home located at 1295 Saxon Boulevard, Orange City, Florida 32763. Visitation is from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Celebration of Life is from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. with lunch provided from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Services will be officiated by: Bishop Barry Becchio, OSB, EAC.

Services

13 December

Visitation

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Deltona Memorial Funeral Home

1295 Saxon Blvd
Orange City, FL 32763

13 December

Celebration of Life

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Deltona Memorial Funeral Home

1295 Saxon Blvd
Orange City, FL 32763

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Regina Mary McCullough

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Catherine McCullough

December 7, 2019

Mom was a loving, fun and wise mother who taught by example. When my sister, brother and I got roller skates for Christmas one year, mom decided she was going to teach us how to skate. She put on a pair of the old skates that you wore around your sneakers and had a key to adjust the length and was showing us how to skate. Unfortunately she did it in the hallway which was a terrazzo floor. Terrazzo is very smooth like ice and needless to say she took off and landed on her backside. Mom said, “Kids, that’s how not to do it!” She always saw the funny side of things and loved a good joke. We love you and miss you mom, but we know that you are watching over us till we meet again. With love and heartfelt gratitude for a wonderful childhood, your daughter, Cathy

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