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Ronald McCullough

February 15, 2007

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Ronald McCullough

February 15, 2007

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Ronald McCullough
Fargo, North Dakota

Ronald passed away on Thursday, February 15, 2007 at MeritCare Hospital in Fargo at the age of 63.

Ronald Lee McCullough was born on October 14, 1943, the son of Raymond and Vernae (Saville) McCullough, in Mandan, North Dakota. He grew up and attended school in Linton, ND, graduating from Bismarck High School. Ronald was united in marriage to Eva Benson on February 10, 1967, in Fargo where they made their home. He later graduated from Moorhead State University in Moorhead, MN. Ron worked as a typesetter/graphic designer in Fargo for many years.

Ronald is survived by his wife, Eva of Fargo; his mother and stepfather, Vernae and Charley Olmsted of Bismarck, ND; his son, Ryan (Lisa) McCullough of Fargo; his daughter, Molly McCullough of Queens, NY; and his grandchildren, Reece and Lance. Also surviving are his brothers, Roger (Joan) McCullough of Champlin, MN; Brent (Donna) McCullough of Kenosha, WI; and Murray McCullough of Phoenix, AZ; and his sister, Holly (Jason) Fries of Fargo. He was preceded in death by his father.

VISITATION: 1-3 PM Sunday, February 18, 2007 at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo ? and Monday in the church one hour prior to the funeral service

PRAYER SERIVCE: 3 PM Sunday at the funeral home

FUNERAL: 11 AM Monday at First Congregational United Church of Christ in Moorhead, MN (406 8th Street South)

Arrangements entrusted to the care of Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo.

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  1. Kate Swenson says:

    I was a kid when I lived next to Ron and his family. I would come over to play ‘Where in the world is Carmine San Diego’ on his computer with Molly. He took us to his office and we played Micro-Golf which I think he said was his invention. He was a really nice man and I am sorry to hear of his death. I hope his family is well. I think of them fondly,
    Kate Swenson

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