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Jeremy David McCullough

November 1, 1968 March 16, 2020
Jeremy David McCullough
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Obituary for Jeremy David McCullough

Jeremy McCullough 51 of Monticello passed away unexpectedly on Monday, March 16th. Jeremy was born on November 1,1968 in Atlanta to Sylvia Alan and Fred McCullough. Jeremy enjoyed fishing, hunting and was an avid musician playing his guitar, he especially loved to spend time with his family and children.
Jeremy is survived by his parents Sylvia and Fred McCullough, loving wife Patricia Jenkins McCullough, children Amber McCullough (Chris Lee) of Anderson, SC, Cruz and Gunner McCullough of Eatonton, Summer and Luke McCullough of Monticello, his mother in law Doris Jenkins, his former wife Barbara Patton (Josh Cottrel) of Eatonton, brother Corey McCullough (Nicole) of Gainesville, and many nieces and nephews.
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