Grady Lee Culler, Jr. 91, passed away Saturday, March 17, 2018 at his home.

Funeral Service will be held 2:00 PM Thursday, March 22, 2018 at First Baptist Church, Southern Pines, NC., with the Reverend David Helms officiating. Burial, with Military Honors, will follow at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Southern Pines, NC.  The family will receive friends prior to the service beginning at 1:00 PM.

Grady was a native of Moore County and a graduate of Southern Pines High School. He served his country and retired from the United States Air Force. Grady then worked for and retired from the United States Post Office. He enjoyed being outdoors and fishing. He also enjoyed watching all kinds of sports.  Grady’s family was most important, time spent with them, especially the grandchildren, was treasured. He was quick to offer a smile and kind word to everyone. He was a son of the late Grady Lee and Minnie Crissman Culler, Sr. He was preceded in death by grandson Lee.

Grady is survived by wife Lois, of the home; daughters: Kathy Elliott, of Southern Pines, Julia Stonehouse and husband Ken, of California; son: Gerald Culler, of South Carolina; grandchildren: Katrina, April, Crystal, Lorien; 10 great grandchildren and many friends.

Powell Funeral Home & Crematory is serving the Culler family.

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  1. Grady was special to my life, though we met- once. Grady and Lois spoke with me recently by phone. They shared a meal with me and other relatives several years ago.- I cherish his memory and I am thankful for his service to America. May he rest in peace a

  2. I remember Grady as a fine genleman when I first met Grady and Lois when I first joined NAMI here in Moore County.- – 

  3. Hi this is Ricardo from Brazil. Grady took care of me for a year back to 1990. Him and Lois were real parents to me. I will always be greatful to be there with them. I lost contact and I wish I could talk to Lois once in wild. Would you please update my e

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