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Mario W McCulloch

October 29, 1959 - March 17, 2021

Funeral Home Romans Funeral Home

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My dear friend Wayne....Nothing could have prepared me for the news of your sudden and untimely passing. It took me several days to come to terms with the fact that when I saw you 2 days before Christmas that that would be our last encounter. I am so thankful for those few minutes we spent 'catching up'. Wayne, I have witnessed over the years your strong devotion and commitment to your family. You were such a genuinely warm, caring person and you will be truly missed. I pray your family will treasure the precious and beautiful memories they have of you. Sleep in peace my friend...

Posted by Carol Latibeaudiere on April 24, 2021

I saw you a year ago when I came home for a visit. You always had your welcoming smile and were quick to laugh with me upon listening with Marcia about my many escapades. It is unbelievable to think that you are not here with us. It is though aefinitely heart-warming remembering fond memories and knowing that you will be forever be in our hearts. RIP wayne. You will be missed.

Posted by Janice on April 22, 2021

?? It has now been over a month and reality as I may think of it has finally struck me. I\'ve been sitting and waiting here in office at work for you to come back from being at home. We weren\'t ready to lose you my friend and I guess God got jealous of us having such a wonderful and gentle heart in you and decided to take you to be next to him. You have impacted many lives and left many memories. You showed us how to love and care for our families as everything was about your family with you. I pray that your soul will rest in peace and may the lord keep and strengthens your family as they more forward. I\'m thankful and grateful to have met and work along side such a great human being. R.I.P Pardie???

Posted by Chjuvelle Bryan on April 20, 2021

Neddy you left us so suddenly it’s still hard to believe you’re gone. We will cherish all the wonderful memories we made drinking beer, playing dominoes, laughing and having fun. We thank God for all these years he loaned you to us. You were such a great dad to Bri and Justin and such an awesome husband to my sister Marci. For that we are indeed grateful. Our faith and trust in God keeps us going through the heartache and tears. You are so missed and so loved by many. Such a gentle and pleasant soul. I pray you rest in eternal peace and light perpetual shine upon you. You will never be forgotten. Love Sandra and Ariana Lyn

Posted by Sandra Lyn on April 17, 2021

My dearest. Ned I am heartbroken and feel like I have lost another brother. Our family is forever changed. You have paid for your sins and. I know Jehovah will remember you as only Jehovah can see your heart ❤️ I know I will see you and my brother in paradise. Where there will be no sickness or death. No more worries Ned !! Life without end in a paradise earth ❤️ You were a sweet quiet soul but we know quiet waters run deep. You were a wonderful husband and a great dad and a loving son to your Mum You took care of everyone. Sleep now till you hear joehivah voice and I will see you in paradise. ❤️

Posted by Paula on April 17, 2021

As I look at Ned's photo...and read the words...in my head, they don't match. "Late of..." , "Rest in eternal peace...", my eyes are saying this has got to be a mistake even though I've actually spoken with Marcie and Joanie, and texted with Lizzie. Childhood memories of Lizzie's "little" brother who really was only one year her junior and just 3 months my junior but, as children, younger than us is just that - a "baby sibling", come at me in rapid succession and then Wayne's passing like 6 days later...makes for a very sad heart. Ned could have been dubbed 'Smiley'...ALWAYS jovial and smiling. Joanie, Marcie, Lizzie, Dianne...it hurts to even imagine your pain. I'm not forgetting all the children, family and friends that the McCullough and DaCosta families grew on their tree of loved ones. There are so many "leaves" on the branches of that tree. Know that you don't cry alone. Our love and prayers continue to support you now and, even when time makes every breath a bit easier, Busha and I will still lift you up to our Heavenly Father. Blessings, Love and Jesus' Heavenly Light be with you. R.I.P. Neddy.

Posted by Natalia Nunes on April 16, 2021

Ned, It's been many years since we roamed around the Sandhurst neighborhood, you were always was very quick to make jokes and equally quick to bust out a laugh, your friendly easy going manner was your trademark personality. Rest in peace my friend. Mark Leiba

Posted by Mark Leiba on April 16, 2021

Uncle Ned you are so loved and will be greatly missed by everyone! I wish we had more time with you but knowing that you have been reunited up in heaven with my dad, grandpa and uncle Wayne brings me comfort and warmth. You did amazing things earthbound and I know you are in a good place and are watching over everyone. You are always in our hearts. Gone but never forgotten ?? xox

Posted by Victoria McCulloch on April 16, 2021

Ned, you will be truly missed. Your quiet demeanor, your infectious smile, and most of all your deep devotion to your loved ones were a few of the wonderful traits that made people feel at ease in your presence. You were such a loving husband, father, grandfather, son & brother, and your passing has left an emptiness that will not soon be filled. Ned, till we meet again, rest in peace.?

Posted by Denise McCulloch on April 16, 2021

Ned was a great friend & always fun to be around. I enjoyed when Marcia & Ned came for me when there were parties, those were fun times. Really wish I got to see Ned more over the years. Always had a lovely smile on his face. Rest In Peace Ned!

Posted by Lorraine D’Oyen on April 15, 2021

I am re-writing my tribute as the previous one somehow got messed up from my phone and came out jumbled and didn\'t know how to fix it (techy challenged LOL). A gaping hole in a heart that was once whole Anguished cries echoes from my soul You were what completed the puzzle in my life Happily by your side as your loving wife The price for love is very steep My protector, my rock, my best friend now asleep The memories I fold and tuck away in my heart Because only death could keep us apart Sleep on in eternal peace Until we meet at the heavenly feast ____________________________________ Love knows no boundary. We were blessed to have a love that jumped across all oceans, climbed the highest mountain and reached the stars above. This love can never die. It lives on with those you have left behind. We will keep the torch burning for a life that shone so bright. We love you forever and ever. Marcia, Brittany, Justin & Joan

Posted by Marcia McCulloch on April 15, 2021

Uncle Ned was truly a family, he always made time for his family near and the ones who travel from afar. Some of my fondest memories with him was when we came to visit from Canada, our whole family would get together for a beach day. He was my dad's best friend and only brother. They both have eachother now. Aunt Marcia, Brittany, Justin, he will truly be missed by all. This is not goodbye but see you later. I hope you take comfort in knowing he is still watching over you all and guiding you. Sleep peacefully Uncle Ned. Until we meet again ?

Posted by Leigh McCulloch on April 15, 2021

A gaping hole in a heart that was once whole Anguished cries echos from my soul You were what completed my life Happily by your side as your loving wife The price for love is very steep My protector, my rock, my best friend now asleep The memories I fold and tuck away in My heart Because only death could keep us apart Sleep on in eternal peace Until we meet at the heavenly feast Love knows no boundary We were blessed to have a love that jumped across all oceans, climbed the highest mountain, and reached the stars above. This love can never die It lives on with those you have left behind We will keep the torch burning for a life that shone so bright We love you Neddy forevet and ever.❤❤?

Posted by Marcia McCulloch on April 15, 2021

Mario, you brought to life, the true definition of who a true friend should be. You were the office sunshine as there was and could NEVER be a dull moment with you around. You were always there to give advice and words of wisdom. Angels do live amongst us, as you have demonstrated that. It is heart breaking that you left us all so suddenly, but, with fond memories, you will live on in our hearts forever. Sleep in peace Mario.

Posted by Venesia Simms on April 15, 2021

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