FRANK-CULUM-Obituary

FRANK JOSEPH CULUM

Concord, California

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To Demery and Family,

I truly enjoyed meeting Frank (Dad) at your going away party at Cameron's. My mom sure got a kick out of him. A colorful character to say the least. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

God Bless,

Barbara

i miss you so much and hurt inside .but noy as bad as i watched you in pain. you are pain free thank god at last he took you home love the lord though jesus christ our saviori love you sissy

DEAR DADDY WE HAD THE CHANCE TO TALK ALONE ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS. WE LAUGHTED AND CRIED BEFORE YOU DIED. YOU ASKED ME IF YOU WERE A GOOD FATHER AND IF I FORGAVE YOU FOR YOR MISTAKES? I ANSWERED OF COURSE DAD I LOVE YOU AND I WILL MISS YOU FOREVER YOU TOLD ME YU LOVED ME AND PROUD YOU WERE OF ME, THAT WAS A GREAT CLOSURE FOR ME. I KNOW WHERE YOU ARE IN MY HEART FOREVER AND EVER YOU WERE THE BEST MAN AND DAD ANYONE COULD HAVE I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR GREAT MEMORIES, THAT YOU CREATED FOR ALL...

We know the strength of love lies in parting.
Eases grief gently, like floral petals falling.
Only a fleeting moment cuttingly swift,
we let each other go.
A gift. Love you, your 'little sister' Helen Culum Young

We are so very sorry for you great loss. The article in the paper was so nice to get to know what a wonderful person he was. Even though we lived right down the street from you for 33 years. Your family will be in our prayers.
Wendy, Donny & Kelly Oliver

Sorry for your loss Don and Sissy.....God bless all ...Michelle Fanucchi (red caboose)

All my prayers! Mr. C put up with Diane and I, always with a warm smile. Nancy Worth

I just want to express my sincere condolences to the entire Culum family. I worked with most of the ladies at Kaiser Walnut Creek.
Your in my thoughts & prayers.
Pat Pavlin Kray

He was a very special person. Every time I saw him I enjoyed visiting with him. You knew he had such a big heart. My prayers to his family during this difficult time. He was a man loved by all.

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Frank Joseph Culum November 4, 1923 - May 2, 2013 Resident of Concord Frank "The Rock" Culum was born in Butte, Montana in 1923, and was raised during the Depression as the oldest of 6 siblings. He joined the US Navy at 18 years of age in November of 1941 during the start of World War...

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