Margaret McCullough (Getty)

Date of Death: 
July 14th, 2020

Margaret A. McCullough (nee Getty) passed away on July 14, 2020 at the age of 76. She was the beloved wife of the late William McCullough. Loving mother of Margaret McCann (Charles) and Michele Mohr (Brian). Dearest Mom-Mom of Allison McCann. Services and interment will be private. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in her name to the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org

Memories and Condolences

Margaret made a lasting impression with everyone. She was loved by all. No one could be more kind or generous. I will always remember Margaret as a wealth of knowledge. If you had a question about history, pop culture, sports, music, anything, she would have the answer for you. You could guarantee the information was accurate. She was the world wide web before the world wide web. Margaret and I worked together for years. She supported me at work and outside of work with any venture I would jump into. We were like family and she treated me like a son. She spoiled me. I know she is resting easy now in Heaven with Butch. Sending love and prayers. xo
I was always amazed at how good Margaret (Mrs. to me) McCullough was able to make me feel just by the sincere and melodious way that she spoke. She set a very high standard for telephonic etiquette that I believe contributed in an important way to Temple's growing reputation for excellence in the early 80's. I'm sure she is missed by everyone who ever had the pleasure of talking with her.
Margaret was a very lovely woman. She was always so nice whenever I went to the Telecommunications Department when I worked in Cost & Property Accounting. She was one of those people who made you feel like you were the most important person in the room when she talked to you. Heaven gained a very special angel.

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