Gina McCullough
(1962 - 2011)

Gina McCullough

December 11, 1962

United States of America
July 17, 2011

Family and Friends in Atlanta - a memorial service for Gina will be held on August 17, 2011; 11am Atlanta Unity Church 3597 Parkway Lane Norcross, Georgia 30092; 770-441-0585
On Sunday, July 17, 2011 surrounded by family, God in his infinite wisdom, ended the physical pain and suffering of our beloved daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend; and called Gina McCullough home to peace everlasting.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, Gina entered this world on December 11, 1962 the eldest daughter of Mable and Solomon McCullough. As a child she never slept more than six hours a day. She had a zest for life and was eager and always ready to go explore the world around her. Gina’s education began in Queens, New York Public Schools where she was bused in from Brooklyn during her primary years. As the eldest child of three children, she took that responsibility seriously; always defending her siblings against whoever attempted to cause them harm. Gina spent a few summers “down south” with her cousins in North Carolina, where they rode bikes, went swimming and visited the grandparents forming an everlasting bond with her cousins. She loved being with her immediate and extended family; and assisted in the planning of family reunions and made every effort to be present for family events. If she couldn’t physically attend she would keep in contact by calling every few hours to find out what was going on. We called her, our personal GPS. She was the primary coordinator for family outings during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays with her family and cousins; always exploring new restaurants and activities of interest for children. She loved her family unconditionally.
After graduating from Richmond Hill High School, in Queens, New York; Gina continued her education by attending the Kingsbourgh Community College earning several credits towards her marketing degree while working a full –time job with Select Magazine Company.
In 1983 she began working in Tarrytown, New York with her beloved father at the General Motors Plant. While employed with GM she met and married her husband of 2 years on August 5, 1990. General Motors became a family affair, because not only did Gina, her husband,father, and cousins work there, her siblings joined her during the summer months.
Gina left GM in the early 1990’s, and moved to New Jersey where she worked for Database America in their marketing division for several years. After visiting Georgia and enjoying the warm weather and southern hospitality, Gina packed her bags and relocated to Alpharetta, GA. in 2001 where resided until her passing.
Gina loved the Lord and was seeking his guidance in her own quiet way. She attended church at Atlanta Unity where she participated in Bible Study and the Breakfast Ministry.
Gina enjoyed the slow pace of life in the south, where she met wonderful people who opened their hearts and homes to her. She kept herself busy by joining the “Red Hat” Organization, Book Clubs (butthey rarely read the books), the Senior Center, where she was titled “Senior In Training” (SIT), volunteered at the pool concession stand, movie theater, and was a vendor at the farmers market where she sold her bake goods. She loved entertaining family and friends in her home and participating in the Red Hot Christmas Celebrations. Gina was known for her baked goods, crafts made from ceramics, crocheting, and seamstry work. She loved to cook and travel when opportunity presented itself. Gina’s dream job was to host the show “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives”. Although we feel her life was too short, she lived her life to the fullest, always concerned about others needs not requesting anything of anyone...even to the end.
We are so glad God showed His grace and mercy to allow you in our lives....missing your physical presence...Until we meet again, you will be forever in our hearts. Love U

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I worked down the hall from Gina, in the computer room, while at DBA in NJ. It is great to see that she was and still is so beloved. I was really touched by this memorial. What a great family.
Derrick Chapman (Co-worker)
August 16th, 2015
not sure what to say Gina was a good friend of mine from years ago . I just found out yesterday 12/11/14 that she had passed away . she was a wonderful person and I remember having so many great times with her . she is missed by many . I will always keep her in my thoughts .
Vernon Lewis (Friend )
December 12th, 2014
I am involved in a Prop House in Atlanta for tv / film use we have a few of Gina's artwork and need to know who to contact for permission to use them on sets . I'm so sorry for using this site but there is no other way I have found to contact someone who can help . Appreciate everything you can do . From what I have read and seen in her art Gina was a terrific soul .
John Cleveland
John Cleveland (N/A )
August 18th, 2014
I miss Gina so much! I worked with her at DBA & Peachtree Data. She was a great friend, and so much fun to be with. She was always so positive about everything, and had the best smile. See ya on the flipside, and save me a seat.
Cathy Murray (Friend & co-worker)
February 10th, 2012
I am sitting in here in Gina's chair trying not to cry. Everyday is still a challenge. I just want to say is I miss you Gina very much.
Donna McCullough (Sister)
September 20th, 2011
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"To my dear cousin Gina .It's so hard to belive you are gone.You will be miss.Even the people you encounter in my life.Are still at lost for words.They recall your smile& warm& heart!!It is hard to say good bye!!! Denise Corbett"
Denise Corbett
July 23rd, 2011
"Thank you Dee for inviting us into your family. From the moment I tasted Gina's pound cake I could taste the love and the joy she put into it. Although, her time was short, I will always remember her generosity towards me and my family."
Tim & Connie Kempton
July 23rd, 2011
"To My beautiful cousin, I will truley miss you you are in a better place now with god and all his angel's RIP keep smiling Love Cousin Celeste"
Celeste Corbett-Henderson
July 22nd, 2011
"Good bye my neice, I will always remember our telephone calls and your smile. It was time for you be be with God so he could enjoy your beautiful smile too. I will miss you very much."
J. D. Corbett
July 22nd, 2011
"Good bye to our neice, we will always remember our phone calls and your smiles. It was time for you to be with God. We loved you and will you very much. Uncle J.D. Aunt Ora and family"
j.d. and ora Corbett
July 22nd, 2011
"My heart will always ache for you. For not only were you my big sister, you were my friend. Gina you were the greatest influence of my life. I don't know what I will do without you. I love you and miss very much. Your sister Donna"
Donna McCullough
July 22nd, 2011
"Beloved cousin Gina, you will be truly missed. Your smile will always be with me. Love Kim"
Kim E. Corbett-Rivera
July 21st, 2011
jeffrey waldrip
July 21st, 2011
"Gina will be missed...I had the pleasure of being a co-worker and on the same bowling team she was always so kind....Prayers to the family and friends...May GOD BLESS you..Thanks for sharing her with all of us."
jeffrey waldrip
July 21st, 2011
"Like a comet blazing across a clear, blue sky...gone too soon. The glow of Gina's light still shines in the lives of all those she touched. Keep the fire burning, y'all."
Kimberli Meadows
July 21st, 2011

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