James Patrick McCullough , 47, of Margate, FL was born on November 8, 1971, and passed away on September 3, 2019.
James is survived by his wife Jennifer McCullough, his children Zachary and Addison McCullough, his mother June McCullough, his brother Russell McCullough and his sister Michelle McCullough. He is preceded in death by his father Russell McCullough and his nephew Colin McCullough.
James was a loving father and husband, a devoted family man. He was always there to listen and lend a helping hand to his whole family, as well as his friends. If it was within his power, you would have it. His family and friends describe him as hardworking, the life of the party, the funny guy with his corny jokes and the nicest guy.
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I am so sorry for your loss. James is a great man, one that made a huge impact on my life. He was my first love and best friend. My prayers are with the family. My deepest condolences also to Michelle and Russ's son. I could feel he was there looking down on us letting us know that he was going to be okay. He is at peace now. And If I know James, the last thing he wants if for all of us to be sad, but instead to be laughing at one of his corny dirty jokes. May you Rest In Peace James...Love you always and forever
James was one of my best friends growing up. I had so many fun times and crazy adventures with him. I will always remember him . He was mellow and he was a maniac .. Either way he was fun to hang with .I will miss him .
I’m so sorry to hear this. James was one of my first and best friends in middle school. I loved that kid so much and I missed him dearly over the years. We reconnected briefly many years ago but didn’t keep in touch, tho we tried for awhile. My heart goes out to the whole family. This man had a huge heart and a beautiful soul. I’m so sorry for this loss. May we all find comfort in great memories and may James rest in peace. XO
A metalhead and a redneck living together that’s how I knew James and we became very close friends living in the sisters house every day he made me laugh and every week I had to tow his broke down van, as opposite as we were we always got along. You will be missed God bless your family Am sorry you’re are gone way to soon . You will be always missed JR
I’ve known James since we were little kids. One of my first memories was when we bumped into each other at the skating rink and I knocked him down by accident and he stared at me like a wild dog. We stood each other down until I had to back down and walk away because he wouldn’t. We were like eight. James was always a standup guy, honest, direct, and wasn’t afraid to speak his mind or the truth. He was my friend and I will Miss him. James I hope to see you on the other side brother, travel well and true.
The world is a lot dimmer place without James In it. He’s looking out for y’all with Colin and Dad. May your pain be comforted by loving memories and friends.
My baby brother James why did this have to happen!! We had so much more to experience in life together!! I will miss you so much my kids and grandkids are going to miss their uncle James!! I wish I could have gotten to you a little quicker maybe that would have made the difference ! I wish I never went to sleep that night ! Either way I love and miss you and thank you for always being by my side! I pray you are with dad and Colin and you felt no pain! You were a good guy who loved your family! This should not have happened! RIP baby bro 🙏🏻😘
My friend James I will truly miss your smile crony jokes most importantly I will miss your helpful hand I pray for your family thank you for keeping it real with me RIP my brother
James was my first real friend when I moved to Florida. We hung out every weekend for months. I thought he was so crazy when he would come pick me up to go to one of his friends house without any shoes or shirt. That's not normal to a girl from Chicago, but I quickly learned that that was James. He always made me laugh and we always had a good time. I know we haven't been close since I moved to PSL, but I will always appreciate your fun friend love and how you accepted a transplant. It was always special running into you and Jen at the Dolphins games too. The world lost a great guy and I'm sorry for everones loss.😔✌ RIP James.
Gone to soon. May your children grow to know what a great friend you were to many and how much you will be missed by all
James we love you so much and you will be missed, Rest In Peace with our baby Colin! ❤️🙏
Much Love, Russ , Cris & Savannah McCullough
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