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Steven McCullough

Monday, July 23, 2012

Steven R. McCullough, age 64, of Storm Lake, Iowa died unexpectedly on Friday, July 13, at the Buena Vista Regional Medical Center in Storm Lake following a heart attack while boating.

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Steven Ray McCullough was born August 31, 1947, in Fort Dodge, to Claude "Bud" and Velma (Jarvis) McCullough and was a lifelong resident of Storm Lake. He was baptized and confirmed at the United Methodist Church in Storm Lake. Steve graduated from Storm Lake High School with the class of 1966.

Following high school, Steve worked at Hygrade Food Products in Storm Lake until it closed in 1981. While at Hygrade Steve was an active member of Local 191 of the United Food and Commerical Workers (UFCW). In 1986, Steve joined Faith, Hope and Charity in Storm Lake where he just recently celebrated his 26 year anniversary. While at Faith, Hope and Charity Steve worked as a maintenance supervisor and took part in its many expansions over the years. Steve had a strong work ethic and was known as a hard working man with the ability to fix most anything.

Steve grew up in a car family and was interested in anything related to cars. Steve had a passion for the sport of drag racing and attended many races and rarely missed any televised race. He had a great love of his Corvettes, starting with his first Corvette back in 1967. Steve also enjoyed listening to music and loved anything electronic.

Steve was married to Linda Lou McCullough until 1983 and they had two sons, Cody and Brandon McCullough. Steve is survived by his mother, Velma McCullough of Storm Lake; two sons: Cody (Krista) McCullough and their daughter, Alex, of Jefferson, S.D.; Brandon (Wendy) McCullough and their two sons, Jack and Finn, from North Liberty; brother: David (Joan) McCullough of Phoenix, Ariz.; sister, Jane (John) Nielsen of Glendale, Ariz.; sister-in-law, Louise McCullough of Storm Lake; nieces and nephews; extended family and a host of friends.

Steve was preceded in death by his father, Bud; and his brother, Larry.