Joseph T. McCullough
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On October 13, 2020. He was 82. Beloved husband of Monica McCullough; father of Joseph T. McCullough II and the late Christina McCullough (Jerry Prokopowycz); Pop-Pop of Michelle Roche (Nick), Samantha Prokopowycz, Rachael Prokopowycz, Joseph T. McCullough III (Krysta) and the late Stephen Prokopowycz; great- grandfather of four; brother of the late Kathleen McCullough; uncle of Michael McCullough (Maryann). He is also survived by a loving extended family, friends. Longtime member of the American Legion Post #366 and the General Meade Society. Relatives and friends are invited to his Viewing Tuesday 8:30 to 9:30 A.M. at WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 419 Huntingdon Pk, Rockledge, PA 19046. Funeral Mass will be 10 A.M. at St. Cecilia Church, 535 Rhawn St., Phila, PA 19111 Interment Lawnview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Corp. John Loudenslager American Legion Post 366, 7976 Oxford Ave., Phila, PA 19111.

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Published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 22, 2020
We said goodbye to Joe McCullough today. Joe and Monica, just like Judi and I, are members of the General Meade Society. We met them in the late 90s when we became active in the group and like other Living History enthusiasts, we enjoyed the events, tours and trips that was the Society's mission statement. Joe was always a joy to be with....we will miss him.
Judi & Tom Kearney
Tom Kearney
October 21, 2020
Friends & Family of Joe McCollough,
I was stunned and greatly saddened at the passing of our long time friend & member - Joe McCollough.
He was a dedicated, loyal and amiable member and friend of the General Meade Society. He and his beloved bride, Monica were stalwart supporters of our Society and mission. He was a veteran and member of Legion Post 366 and through his good graces, the Society was able to meet there and hold events there for many years.
I can still see his smiling face and joyful presence at many of our past events, helping pour Champagne at the General Meade Birthday or attending our ceremonies.
We wish his family our deep sympathy at his passing and condolences in this time of trial and mourning.
He will be missed, but we know that he has ascended to his reward and rests in the arms of the Lord. May he rest in peace among family, friends and fellow warriors.
On behalf of the General Meade Society
Andy Waskie, President
Anthony J Waskie
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