On behalf of the Georgia National Guard Family Support Foundation, Inc., we want to extend our sincere sympathy and condolences to BG (Ret) Tom McCullough and his family at the passing of his wonderful wife, Mary W. McCullough, on April 15, 2022.
A special account has been established in her Memory with donations from BG (Ret) Marshall and Deneice Kennemer. A copy of the obituary from Mayes-Ward follows:
Obituary for Mary Woody McCullough
Mary is survived by her loving husband Tom McCullough of Hiram, GA; daughters, Ivie Shirlen & husband David of Winston-Salem, NC and Lynn Ellis & husband William of Cedartown, GA; son, Bill McCullough & wife Melissa of Dallas, GA; sister, Madge Woody Steiner of Gainesville, GA; grandsons, Stan Ellis of Cedartown, GA & Andy McCullough of Dallas, GA; granddaughters, Suzanne Ellis of Cedartown, GA, and Colleen McCullough of Dallas, GA, and many nephews & nieces.
Mary was born Saturday, November 16, 1940, in Atlanta, GA to Rev. William Esco & Mary Lou Ivie Woody, who preceded her in death. She married the love of her life, Thomas McCullough and they had sixty-two wonderful years together. Mary had a close personal relationship with God and she and Tom worshiped at First Baptist Church of Powder Springs for 51 years. Mary had a love of music; she enjoyed singing in the church choir, playing the piano and hand bells, and working with the children’s music groups. Mary was a member of the Achievers Sunday School class and was a member of the Jubalheirs chorus for many years. Mary completed her bachelor’s degree at Southern Technical Institute to pursue her interest in architecture, drafting and design. She was a proud and patriotic military spouse who enjoyed traveling whenever she could and especially enjoyed her trips to the Republic of Georgia. She had a creative and caring soul and loved her family very much. She was a loving wife, mother, aunt, grandmother, and friend. Her caring spirit will be forever missed.