Patrick R. McCullough February 25, 1944 - May 12, 2023

Date of Funeral

May 26, 2023

Patrick Robert Emmett McCullough, 79, passed away peacefully on May 12, 2023, at his home surrounded by his family. Born February 25, 1944, he was raised in West Philadelphia. He went on to raise his family in Drexel Hill, PA, and then moved to Brookhaven, PA, where he has resided for the last 31 years. He was a graduate of St. Tommy More High School. He worked for various golf courses; Aronomink, Bala Cynwyd, Glenn Hardy, and Rolling Green managing the locker room, bartending, and assisting in catering. He also worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer as a mailer and forklift operator and NVF as a forklift operator.
Pat loved the outdoors and really enjoyed spending time at Longwood Gardens. His favorite past time was either watching golf or being on a golf course.
He is predeceased by his parents Francis Joseph and Anna McCullough; his twin brother Tom McCullough (Jane); and his sister Nancy Cappa.
Pat is survived by his beloved wife of 55 years Eileen Marie Eleanor Macatee McCullough; his loving children Michael McCullough (Allyson), Eileen Reilly (Robert), Brian McCullough, and Sean McCullough; his brother in law Danny Cappa; nephews Tom McCullough (Cynthia) and John McCullough (Stefanie); niece Debbie McCullough; his grandchildren Destin, Samuel, and Joshua McCullough; Ana, Ben, and Olivia Reilly; Levi, Lily, Asher, Austin, Amber, and Carolyn McCullough; his great grandchildren Aubrey and Cayden McCullough and Willow and Declan Geraghty.
Visitation Friday (May 26, 2023) 11am-1pm at the Bateman-Allen Funeral Home, 4220 Edgmont Ave., Brookhaven, PA, 19015 with a memorial service to follow at 1pm. Burial private. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Chester Heights Camp Meeting, 320 Valley Brook Road, Glen Mills, PA, 19342 and/or Sisters of the Incarnate Word, 6618 Pearl Road, Parma Heights, OH, 44130. Online condolences can be sent via www.batemanallenfuneralhome.com


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    Rick Matusky says

    A great man with an amazing sense of humor, and a true dedication to his family and the lord. Rest in peace Uncle Pat, you will be missed.

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      Sean P McCullough says

      Truth Rick. Rest in peace dad.

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    Marge McFaddenn says

    Loved Pat. Always a jolly guy. Smiled from ear to ear. His passion for the Lord was obvious. I loved seeing him at Chester Heights Camp Meeting grounds with his loving wife Eileen. He loved his family and they truly loved him. His infectious smile and love for the Lord will be missed by family and dear friends. The Lord gained an angel.

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    Sean P McCullough says

    Marge, thank you for being you & love my mom & dad & family the way you have over the years. Sean & family

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