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Dorman Lee Culton

July 5, 1925 — December 29, 2014

Dorman Lee Culton

Cully was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, farming and horses. He also had a love for good music, which lead him to play the bass and guitar in a band with his brother in their younger days. He enjoyed singing and playing music with family during gatherings. He loved to laugh and spend time with family as much as possible. He entered the Navy as a young man and served during World War II and the Korean Conflict. He later made his living driving a truck for Kansas City Commercial Cartage Company. He was a teamster. In 1989 he moved to a farm near Pomona, Missouri to raise cattle. He was a member of United Free Will Baptist in West Plains, Missouri. Cully is survived by his wife Pauline Culton of Bedford Texas, two sisters, Billy O’Rear of Venham Texas and Kay Rusher of Bul Verde, Texas, 8 children and their spouses; Mark (Pat) Culton, LaDonna (Don) Kersten, Charles (Ashley) Culton, Karen (Keith) Reece, Jerry (Marilyn) Gardner, Terry (Butch) Gillis, Pat (Darice) Gardner, Amy (Keith) Christopher, 23 grandchildren & 23 great-grandchildren. Four stepchildren, Cheryl Finke, Linda Van Natten, Teresa (Erich) Mitchell-Horder, Jackie (Ted) Henderson, 7 step-grandchildren, 4 step-great grand children. He is preceded in death by his father Charles Culton, mother Ole Mae Hullun, sisters Mary Louise, Mary Charlene, Adelia Jane, brother David, a son and daughter-in-law, Jay & Kathleen Gardner and a granddaughter, Mallory Gardner. The family requests donations to be sent to the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in Tennessee. WWW.stjude.org To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Dorman Lee Culton please visit our Sympathy Store.
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