Randy D. McCullough of Carroll, Ohio, 64, passed away Thursday January
27th, 2022 after a tough battle with COVID-19.
Randy was born May 2nd, 1957 in Findlay, Ohio to the late Dean and
Imogene McCullough. However, most of his life was spent exploring
farmlands and woodshops in the Bremen, Rushville, and Lancaster area.
Randy lived a quiet, humble, loving life. A craftsman at heart, Randy
had an impeccable eye for the beauty of natural materials. He spent much
of his life creating and restoring beautiful works of art that, to this
day, complete many homes in our community. Recently, Randy had developed
a strong knack for wood turning and leaves behind beautiful bowls that
will carry his memory for those who loved him most.
Randy was a proud husband and father to both 2 and 4-legged children. He
leaves behind his loving wife Cathy of 45 years. Randy and Cathy were
high school sweethearts and their most precious accomplishments were
their children. Daughters Kristin (Aaron and son Aries Couts) McCullough
of Lancaster, Lauren (Castle Frame) McCullough of Durham, NC, his
4-legged girls Jurnee and Kenzy, grandpuppy Marco, and grandkitties
Little Foot and Esmerelda. He is also survived by his brother Doug (Sue)
McCullough of Lancaster and a sister Marilyn (Mark) Ritchie of
Randy was an incredibly proud father and animal lover,
offering a strong support system to his family. For those who had the
good fortune to know him, he was often prone to spend much of his time
sharing heartwarming stories about “his girls,” including embarrassing
ones from their past. But that was him, always ready to make you smile.
Randy did his best to avoid the risk associated with the current
pandemic and, as a result, his family will not be having any immediate
memorial services. A small gathering of close friends and family will
take place when all can be safely gathered outside in a location that
Randy held close to his heart.
For those looking to contribute to Randy’s memory, donations may be made
to Sierra’s Haven or Fayette County Humane Society.