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Elise Ann McCullough

November 12, 1950 - May 10, 2020

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Obituary is forthcoming, private funeral services will be held in Raleigh, NC.
Posted by:
Maryellen Jokerst
Posted on:
May 15, 2020
A few memories from Elise’s first cousin Maryellen. I remember my Uncle Buddy used to come home to mo. on Thanksgivings to visit with Grandma & Grandpa Hipes. He was a good son. He used to say “he loved grandma’s turkey & eggplant dressing” because Aunt Rose would cook Italian food, on Thanksgiving & he’d give a big laugh. He would come by plane by himself or bring Mr.Al with him. One year he came by car, with some of the family, Aunt Rose was along this time, because she refused to fly, I was just a kid, but I remember Aunt Rose cooked a spaghetti sauce from scratch & it cooked all day. It was the best we had ever tasted. I remember at the time thinking about how dark & beautiful her hair was & how Elise had that beautiful dark hair too! Elise would tell us of how her mom would charge them a dime, if they didn’t make their bed & how Uncle Buddy (the Cobb) had to have mustard from a jar, not a plastic bottle, when he ate Oberle Sausage on visits. Uncle Bud & Elise came to my wedding in 1979, good memory & many years later, the kids came with Uncle Buddy to see his childhood home & friends. He had so many old friends & classmates that he would visit often over the years. He was so proud of his whole family. It would be the last time we saw Uncle Bud & we had Elise & Laura to thank, the masterminds I believe. I was always kind of jealous, that Elise was named after my favorite Aunt , Aunt Ale from Ark. She was the eldest,next my mom Elaine Ann & Buddy was the baby brother. The sisters loved to laugh & tell us stories about little Buddy. I named my daughter Katelyn Elise , I will think of Elise as I do Aunt Ale “ a very special name”
My health prevents my visiting & having visitors , so to Jerry & family, Michael, Kevin, Laura & Rodney and all your families, we won’t forget Elise. Her dark hair, beautiful smile, her New York accent, the memories she shared & her kindness. Love ,your cousin Maryellen
We are so sorry
Myself , my kids, Clint (my son) & Dot their daughters Lily(8) & Rosie(5), my son Matt & my daughter Katie
Posted by:
Nancy Sexauer
Posted on:
May 13, 2020
Elise was my first Cousin. She would visit us with her dad all the way from NewYork! We were always so thrilled to see her and my Uncle Buddy! I’m sure Elise is with her Mom, Rosie and her Dad Buddy! She and her siblings visited us in Ste. Genevieve not too long ago! Our hearts go out to Jerry and family and all of her siblings, Laura, Michael, Kevin and Rodney and their families! The last picture I got was of the whole family at a beach near North Carolina! We will miss Elise a lot! She was a great organizer and friend!:heart: May God Bless her!!:pray::skin-tone-2::pray::skin-tone-2::pray::skin-tone-2:
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