Louise Barbara Culp

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(Aka Barbara Louise Culp), passed away on April 12, 2014 in Casa Grande, AZ.

Mrs. Culp was born July 10, 1921, in Osceola, Indiana. She was married to Maynard Culp of Goshen, Indiana for 50 years.

Louise was preceded in death by her husband, two of her children, Gloria Hockett of Missouri and Maynard E. Culp of Tucson, AZ., and also two great-grandsons of Arizona.

She is survived by her daughters, Anita L. Ellsworth (Melvin) of Florence, Mary Lou Brewer (Vern) of Cleveland, TX. Louise was the Matriarch of six generations. She had 10 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, 14 great-great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-great-grandchildren.

Louise played guitar, loved to sing, and enjoyed country western music. She was an avid baseball T.V. fan and spent her time in volunteer work. She mastered beautiful acrylic paintings to her credit.

Services will be held at East Lawn Palms Mortuary & Cemetery, 5801 E. Grant Road, AZ., on Friday, April 18, 2014 with visitation beginning at 11 a.m. and Funeral Service at noon. Interment will follow immediately after. Rev. Melvin J. Ellsworth will be officiating.

Arrangements entrusted to East Lawn Palms Mortuary.

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