MANCHESTER -- Leo B. McCullough, 80, of Manchester, died
Aug. 29, 2008, at Catholic Medical Center with his family by his side
after a battle with cancer.
He was born in Manchester on May 29, 1928, to William E. and Anna B. (McGinnin)
McCullough. He was educated at St. Joseph High School for Boys.
He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict with the 508th
Airborne Regimental Combat Team.
He worked for the Manchester Transit Authority for over 37 years and
retired in 1993 as Superintendent of Transportation.
He was a member of American Legion, Henry J. Sweeney Post #2, the League
of One Thousand Men of the Monastery of the Precious Blood, and was a
lifetime member of the 82nd Airborne Division Association.
He was a lifelong communicant of St. Joseph Cathedral.
IN HIS LIFE: His family includes his wife, Estelle (Labonte) McCullough
of Manchester; one son, John McCullough and his wife Joan of Bedford;
one grandson, Connor McCullough; a sister, Rosita Parady of Manchester;
several nephews, nieces, and cousins. He is also survived by three
step-children, Mark Cagnetta of Manchester, Michele Cagnetta of No.
Hollywood, Calif., and Patrice McColley of Haverhill, Mass.; and three
step-grandchildren. He was predeceased by two brothers, Robert and
William McCullough and one sister, Joan Garrity.
SERVICES: Calling hours are Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Lambert Funeral
Home & Crematory, 1799 Elm St., Manchester. A funeral mass of Christian
burial is Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph Cathedral.
Burial with full military honors will follow in St. Joseph Cemetery,
Memorial donations may be made to Sisters of the
Precious Blood, 700 Bridge St, Manchester, N.H. 03104 or to NH Oncology,
200 Technology Dr., Hooksett, N.H. 03106.
For more information, please go to www.lambertfuneralhome.com.
(New Hampshire Sunday News, Manchester, NH, 31 Aug
2008, Page B6 - courtesy of Tedd Cocker)