David had great love for the outdoors
THE DEATH occurred recently of David McCulloch in the Blackrock Hospice. He had been ill for some weeks.
David, son of Meta and John McCulloch, lived a great part of his life in Bray moving firstly to Raheny when he got married and then to Monkstown.
He was educated at Ravenswell and Cloneyhurke, Co. Offaly, where he spent part of his childhood, followed by St. Cronin’s B.S. and C.B. S. Monkstown.
After leaving school he went on to become a chartered quantity surveyor and worked in Dublin Corporation until his retirement some years ago.
He was an avid stamp collec- tor, a member of the Military History Society and a great whist player.
He was also very musical and loved Irish music, especially Percy French. He was known to give a bar or two of ‘Are You Right There Michael,’ on occasion.
He liked to walk the Promenade and Cliff Walk in Bray as he always had a great love of the outdoors.
His funeral Mass was in St. Patrick’s Church in Monkstown and from there to the crematorium in Glasnevin. He is survived by his widow Una, and his sisters Anne McCulloch and Maureen Masterson.
Rest now from your labours. In iothlann De go gcastar sinn.
The late David McCulloch.