Larry Wayne McCulley was born December 10, 1953 to William Jerld McCulley and Lena Ola Dunagan McCulley in Mena, Arkansas. He passed from this life to his eternal home at the age of 67, April 12, 2021, in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He was preceded in death by his parents William Jerld McCulley and Lena Ola Dunagan McCulley.
Larry married the love of his life Eulene Howard McCulley, December 12, 1980. They were married for 40 years. His wife Eulene and their son Larin Wayne McCulley were the apple of his eye and his greatest sense of pride and joy. He was so proud of Larin and the man he has become. He could not have asked for a more supportive and loving wife than Eulene.
He and his wife Eulene shared a 30 acre farm southwest of Mena near the Potter area. He was a poultry farmer and gardener all of his married years. Larry enjoyed raising a large garden and tended a few head of cattle. He thoroughly enjoyed the farm life with his wife and sharing their produce and harvesting and canning various fruits and vegetables.
Larry was an avid outdoorsman and taught his son Larin, his brothers Jerry and Danny to do the same. They share countless memories of fishing and hunting trips and family fun with Larry. He taught his son Larin and his younger brothers to drive, the facts of life, and how to care and support your family and to work hard for what you have. Larin said that Larry was the #1 dad. Best dad any boy could have had.
He was the best example of being a faithful Christian, supportive, dependable, and faithful man to your wife, your children, your church, and to His God.
Larry and his wife are members of the Southside Church of God in Mena, Arkansas. Thanks and appreciation to Pastors Kenneth and Debbie Posey and congregation for their many years of love and support.
Larry is survived by wife Eulene Howard McCulley of the home, son Larin Wayne McCulley of Springfield, Missouri, his brother Jerry and wife Patricia of Livingston, Tx., his brother Rev. Danny and wife Jeannie of Springdale, Arkansas and many nieces, nephews, and great nieces and great nephews and brother and sister-in-laws. He is irreplaceable and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
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