|Birth: ||Jun. 22, 1904|
|Death: ||Jul. 15, 1994|
In the 1940 federal census, George and his wife were living in University Park, Dallas County, Texas. He was listed as George W. Culler, a reporter in publishing, age 35, born in Missouri, and his wife was listed as Catherine M. Culler, age 31, born in Kentucky.
This was recorded in the Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Tuesday, November 8, 1955.
George W. Culler, Dallas certified public accountant, has been elected to the board of directors of Western Bankers, President John C. Touchstone announced. The company is the parent organization of Western Bankers Life Insurance Company. Culler is the founder and owner of Texas Bond Reporter, Inc., a municipal bond financial service for Texas bond dealers.
His obituary in The Dallas Morning News, Texas, Saturday, July 16, 1994.
Services for George W. Culler Jr., a certified public accountant and community leader, will be at 11 a.m. Mon day at Highland Park Presbyterian Church. Burial will follow at Sparkman-Hillcrest Funeral Home. Mr. Culler, of Highland Park, died of kidney failure Friday at Presbyterian Hospital. He was 90. Mr. Culler began his accounting work early, serving as a bookkeeper for his dad's tire company in Springfield, Mo., when he was 13.
"He's always been studious, so that's not surprising," said his wife, Maurine Culler of Highland Park. In 1925, Mr. Culler received a bachelor of science degree in business from Washington University in St. Louis. In 1934, he founded the Texas Bond Reporter , a publication that included bond information for investment bankers. While working with the publication, Mr. Culler continued his work as an accountant, serving as a partner in Culler, Miller, Romine Inc. Mr. Culler sold the Texas Bond Reporter in 1955. He retired in 1987.
"He devoted his full time to CPA work," Mrs. Culler said. "He did not have any hobbies - he worked all the time." But Mrs. Culler said her husband did have a fun side. He was a charter member of Northwood Country Club, past president of the Park Cities Rotary Club and a member of the Dallas Country Club.
In addition to his wife, survivors include two sons, William E. Culler of Dumas, Texas, and George W. Culler III of Richmond, Texas; and two daughters, Pat Culler of Highland Park and Ann Sahlstrom of Turlock , Calif.
George Wesley Culler (1872 - 1929)
Caroline E. Schook Culler (1880 - 1971)
Edna Maurine Gibbs Kay Culler (1912 - 2001)
Vesta Marie Culler Lyman (1902 - 1989)*
George Wesley Culler (1904 - 1994)
Sparkman Hillcrest Memorial Park
Created by: Richard Culler
Record added: Jan 18, 2013
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