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 John Hardy Culver

John Hardy Culver

Birth
Death 16 Apr 1985 (aged 69)
Sharptown, Wicomico County, Maryland, USA
Burial Sharptown, Wicomico County, Maryland, USA
Plot Section E; Plot 46B
Memorial ID 107339775 · View Source
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**From the Leader & State Register**
Funeral services were Saturday at Asbury United Methodist Church in Sharptown. A World War II army veteran and owner of the John H Culver and Son Vending Co. He died Tuesday, April 16, 1985 at Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center.

The Rev. Glenn H Lyburn officiated and interment was in the Sharptown Firemen's Cemetery.

Born in Laurel, he was a son of the late John H and Delema Palmer Culver. He was a retired employee of the Copes Candy Co.

Mr. Culver was a charter member and had served as commander three times of the Sharptown American Legion Post 218. In 1963 he was commander of the South Eastern Shore American Legion District and he had served on the Maryland State American Legion Executive Committee for 27 consecutive years. Additionally, he was a member of the Grande Voiture of Maryland, Local 122; a member of the Sharptown Volunteer Fire Department and a former president of the Wicomico County Service Club Association.

Surviving are his wife, Mary Bradley Culver; two children, John Kenneth Culver, Sharptown and Ruth C McCann, Salisbury; a brother, Melvin Culver, Wilmington and several nieces and nephews.

After the death of his father, John and his brothers were raised by their grandparents, Samuel B Culver and Minnie Emma Coulbourn.


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  • Created by: David Pollitt
  • Added: 26 Mar 2013
  • Find A Grave Memorial 107339775
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for John Hardy Culver (23 Aug 1915–16 Apr 1985), Find A Grave Memorial no. 107339775, citing Firemans Cemetery, Sharptown, Wicomico County, Maryland, USA ; Maintained by David Pollitt (contributor 48074331) .