McCulley, Mary Elizabeth Simmons

Retired As An Operator With DuPont

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Mary Elizabeth Simmons McCulley, 86, of Hixson died on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.

She truly loved all of her family and she will forever be missed.

Mrs. McCulley was born at home in Pikeville to the late Carl and Mary Lee Simmons. She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Mary Lee Simmons, sisters, Carolyn Moore, husband Bob McCulley and daughter Brenda Howard.

Mrs. McCulley retired from DuPont after a long career as an operator.  She was an active member of Daisy United Methodist Church. She was an avid lover of flowers, gardening, her family and her pets. She loved spending time outside tending to her flowerbeds. She also enjoyed going on trips with her daughter Brenda and gardening with her son Barry. Elizabeth was a wonderful mother, sister, aunt, grandmother and great-grandma who enjoyed spending time with her family and was always selflessly doing for others.  She played high school basketball and was a huge Lady Vol basketball fan.

Survivors include her son, Barry McCulley; granddaughter, Krystye Dalton; great-grandson, David James Dalton; sisters, Dorothy Holloway, Imogene Roberson, and Virginia Mickel; brothers, Ed Simmons, Sam Simmons, and Steve Simmons; and many nieces and nephews.

A private graveside will be held on Thursday at Hamilton Memorial Gardens.

Memorial contributions may be made to Daisy United Methodist Church, 9508 Dayton Pike, Soddy-Daisy, Tn. 37379.

Please share your thoughts and memories at www.chattanooganorthchapel.com.


Cranford, Beatrice E.

Foster, Bettie

Cox, Sheila


Beatrice E. Cranford, 88, of Chattanooga, passed away on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, in a local hospital. Arrangements will be announced by Taylor Funeral Home of Chattanooga, Inc. (click for more)

Bettie Foster, 78, passed away on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, in Chattanooga. Arrangements are by John P. Franklin Funeral Home, 1101 Dodd’s Ave., 622-9995. (click for more)

Sheila Cox, 61, of Hixson, died on June 3, 2020. Arrangements are by Lane Funeral Home, 601 Ashland Terrace, Chattanooga, Tn. 37415, 423 877-3524, Lanefh.com. (click for more)



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