In Memory

Doug McCulloch


Douglas Henry McCulloch

Douglas Henry McCulloch was born March 16th, 1955 in Salt Lake City, UT and passed away on November 7th, 2010 in Denver, CO.  Doug was the son of Ollie McCulloch (deceased) and Florence Burgin McCulloch, the brother of Anne McCulloch Nelsen and brother-in-law of William C. Nelsen.

Doug grew up in Salt Lake City and graduated from Utah State University, where he served as editor of the Student Life newspaper and remained a loyal Aggie.  Doug had many interests in life and most had to do with sports, politics and people, including cats.  He enjoyed all sports as a participant and as a spectator, was a life-long Democrat and he believed that all people should be treated with fairness and equality.  Doug collected friends from all walks of life and backgrounds and was unconditionally accepting of everyone. He moved to Denver over twenty years ago where he worked in communications and continued to make friends and have new experiences. Doug is survived by his devoted mother; his sister; brother-in-law; his favorite Aunt Audrey Hazelgren; many cousins; countless friends; and his cat Buster.  The family is grateful for the love and kindness of Stan and Bernice Geels, Mike Monsour, Jerry Behler, Jennifer Blaire and his many other Denver friends who supported him during his health challenges.  Doug would want everyone to sign up to be an organ donor. A gathering of friends and family will be held in Doug’s honor on Tuesday, November 30th from 6 to 8 PM at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City. 

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25/09/13 06:02 PM #1    

Debbie Kuhn (Curry)


I wish I had known you better but I remember you. What a wonderful life history. You accomplished more than most of us...serving and standing up for what is right. I am proud to be a classmate of yours.

27/09/13 08:59 AM #2    

Win Jones

Oh man, say it ain't so!! You will be missed.

29/11/13 06:00 PM #3    

Mike Carter

Doug was my 8th grade locker partner. We stayed friends for years afterwards. He was a good guy, smart, funny and irreverant. 


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