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Betty McCulloch

Betty Q. McCulloch (Quinn)

Thursday, July 5th, 1928 - Sunday, August 9th, 2020
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Betty McCulloch, 92, a longtime Janesville resident died peacefully at home on Saturday, August 9, 2020. She was born July 5, 1928, in rural Janesville to Henry and Carrie (Gullickson) Quinn. In 1946, Betty graduated from Janesville High School. On September 18, 1948, Betty married James “Jim” A. McCulloch in Janesville. He preceded her in death on March 18, 2005. Early on she worked for Parker Pen Co. Betty was also a hostess at the Citrus Café for many years. Betty & her sister Jane started the Rummage Room which is now the Corner Closet in Milton together, which made their time together even more precious.
She was a loving and caring woman with a great sense of humor. Betty enjoyed reciting limericks and poems to anyone who would listen to her performance. She was part of the Badger Holler Stompers and the Day Lillies Singing Group, also the Senior Center Performances. She also was a member of the RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program). Family was number one to her and being around everyone was so important.
Betty is survived by her two children: Robert (Laura) McCulloch of Fort Wayne, IN and Deb (David) Jennings of Janesville; three grandchildren: Michael (Kelly) McCulloch of Westfield, IN, Steve (Amanda) Jennings of Milwaukee and Tim (Amber) Jennings of Texas; great grandchildren: Izzy, Laney, Cole, Ella, Grant, and Betty; brother-in-law Frank (Ann) McCulloch; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Besides her parents and husband Jim, Betty is preceded in death by her sisters Alice (Bill) Kersten, Jane (Ken) McCulloch; brother Bob (Coly) Quinn; and Jim’s siblings.
With the Coronavirus ongoing a Funeral Service for Betty will be held privately at Whitcomb-Lynch Funeral Home, Janesville, with burial next to her husband Jim at Milton Lawns Memorial Park. Memorials are appreciated to the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin, 222 S. Arch St, Janesville, WI.
A special thank you goes to her Special Caregiver Tuya who took wonderful care of Mom.
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    Milton Lawns Memorial Park
    Address
    2200 Milton Ave.
    JANESVILLE, WI 53545
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Kendall & Francine McCulloch & family and Kim Villamor sent flowers to the family of Betty Q. McCulloch (Quinn).
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Teeny Adamany, Founder of the Daylilies A Cappella Chorus

Posted at 01:58am
So sorry to hear of Betty's passing. I first met her when she joined our chorus. She was a good singer and so fun to be around. My condolences to the family.
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Kendall & Francine McCulloch & family

Posted at 11:20am
We loved Aunt Betty! We will all miss her!
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Kim Villamor

Posted at 10:53am
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Aunt Betty will be missed greatly! Much Love, Kim & Ed Villamor and Jordan & Marissa
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