Marilyn Louise McCullough

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Marilyn Louise McCullough

Died on Friday, March 30, 2007 at her residence in Fairfax, Virginia

Wife of Charles E. McCullough; mother of Kris Morris and Katy Kjos; stepmother of Holly, Alex R.

and Jill McCullough; daughter of Harriette and the late Richard Beebe; sister of Warren Beebe, Barbara Bunt, Gerry McGee, Joan Beebe and Teresa Blackstone; grandmother of Jack and J.D. Morris. Also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, April 14th at 10:00 A.M.

at Money & King Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Capital Hospice, 6565 Arlington Blvd. #501, Falls Church, VA 22042.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. To Marilyn’s family, A kind, intelligent lady and a heckuva investigator has left us all too soon. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Deb

  2. To a special woman without whose sound guidance, counsel and advice I would never have survived my stint in DC as an Investigator. I always enjoyed your positive outlook and sense of humor, and I marveled at your ability to navigate through life’s many challenges. I feel forunate that you passed through my life when you did. Thank you, Marilyn.

  3. I would like to express my deepest sympathy at the passing of your loved one. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. My deepest sympathies on the loss of your loved one. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  5. My prayers are with you all,that the good Lord give you pease and comfort in this time of sorrow. May good memories be remembered when reminded of Marilyn. God Bless you all and keep you in his grace.

  6. Dear Kris and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Whenever you think of Marylin please remember all of the good times and bright moments that she has brought into everyones life. Gary Henton

  7. Dear Morris family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Alan & Connie Ashley

  8. The loss of a loved one is more than anyone should be asked to bear. Take comfort in knowing that she is in a better place and will always know of your love.

  9. Dearest Kris and Family, Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. The Hughes girls.

  10. Dear Kris and family, Remember in your heart the good things about Marylin, the good times you had together. The fact is, at this moment in Marylin’s own heart and soul, she is remembering the same about you. God Bless You.

  11. Marilyn is a part of so many of my memories growing up. Thank you, Chuck for making her the happiest I have ever seen her. All of the family is in our thoughts. Brien and Glen Brizendine

  12. I had two wonderful things in common with Marilyn, her daughter and my daughter-in-law Kris Morris and our grandsons JD and Jack Morris. She was a caring, loving mother and grandmother and was a very gentle, giving person. I feel privileged to have known Marilyn.

  13. she will be remenbered. a sweet, kind, quiet, loving person. the kind of person she was; she treated her step grandson just like her grandson and her daughter Kris carries on the tradition.

  14. Dear Kris, Please express to the rest of the family our feeling of loss through you. You have been in our prayers daily and will continue until His healing power finishes its work. The greatest memorial to one is the thoughts and memories left behind.

  15. Marilyn, my sweet, wonderful sister, you’ll never be far from my heart. I’ll love you always, Barb

  16. In 1988, when we first moved to VA from Iowa, Marilyn let us stay with her. Kris and Katy,for 3 months until we were found a place of our own. She assisted me in getting paperwork started for my job with the Post Office, which I made a career out of. She assisted in getting Barb a referral to work at USIS, and being a great aunt to Amy and Joe. She was always there whenever we needed her. She will be missed by all of us.

  17. Marilyn, Thank you for having been such a good and caring friend and for all the wonderful memories. You gave me unconditional friendship and total acceptance, I feel honored to have been your friend. Our walks together and our long chats will never be forgotten. You will live forever in my heart. God Bless,

  18. Marilyn, my dear sister. Your generous, bright and giving light will be with us always. You were so sensitive to our needs, and helped each of us quietly, without fanfare or expectation. You put others first, and helped us in so many touching, amusing, and perfect ways. We could always count on you as our soft place to land, and for a good laugh!….your social and political commentary and life observations were spot on and pretty darn hilarious. You not only got us out of those little jams we occasionally find ourselves in, but anticipated when we’d need help, an invitation, or some insight. I personally owe you my retirement. I thank you for all that you were and am blessed to call you my sister.

  19. May God help keep the family together and help you find peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. Our prayers are with the family and friends of Marilyn Louise McCullough. God bless you all!

  20. I will always remember how Marilyn was kind and generous to all of the new investigators when I first came into government service. Her family is in our prayers.

  21. Marilyn was my mentor and friend for nineteen years. She was a jewel with a wonderful wit and deep insight. I will never forget her.

  22. It’s been almost 3 years now and i still think of you every single day. You are still a softspot in my heart. You always will be. Your loving sister, Barb

  23. Your anniversary is again upon us today (4 years). Time goes by too fast. So many changes for us here still carrying on. I know that you know you are still here for us. Love, your sister, Barb

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