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Lawrence Morrow Cullum

Durango, Colorado

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Lawrence Morrow Cullum, departed this world the night of September 11, 2019 under a full moon and surrounded by family. He was 78 years old.Larry is survived by his wife Luisa, four sons, eight grandchildren, and sister Carol. He will be missed by them and many other family members and...

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I just found out today about Larry's passing and I want to express my sincere condolences. I fondly remember him watching every Cullum brother soccer game with love and admiration.
Yours, Brian Burke

So sorry to hear this news. Sending light and love to the family. From an old neighbor at Sailing Hawks with wonderful memories even after all the years, Geoff Wolf

We are shocked and saddened. We now live in the Denver area, but sent warm hugs to the Cullums.

Rey & Susan Martinez

Luisa, you and Larry truly changed the direction of my life! From offering the first LaMaze classes in the region to loving friendship and support, you were an awesome team! I know Larry's unbridled enthusiasm for all of life will continue to shine in each of us he touched.

Dear Luisa and Family,
We were saddened to read of Larry's passing. He was a great doctor and a compassionate, wonderful human being. One of our fondest memories of Larry is the day we took our dog down to the river north of 32nd street in the 1980s. All of a sudden we saw a couple of dogs swimming down the middle of the river by themselves and we thought, "What the heck?!". But from around the bend came Larry in an inner tube with a couple of kids, all laughing and waving. It...

Dear Luisa & Family............we are the family who started a house below yours but sold before completion. I worked at Community Hospital as Mike Lawler's secretary and secretary to the Board of Directors. This was sent to us in NC from the Tarpley family who are dear friends.
We were so sad to hear he has passed. Such fond memories watching your house being built and seeing the final outcome. All the nurses loved Larry.........he was always upbeat, a visionary in his field and...

With love...