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In Memory

Paul McCullough

Paul McCullough
April 6, 1940 - April 24, 2023

Robert “Paul” McCullough (83) passed away Monday, April 24, 2023, in his Nampa home surrounded by loved ones. Paul was born in Riverbank, CA on April 6, 1940, to Earl D McCullough and Doris Allen McCullough.

On March 31, 1964, he married the love of his life Wilma Lou (Nina) Haskett. They had three children: Lora Lee Black, Charlene Parent and Robert Allen McCullough; as well as eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Paul proudly served 10 years in the US Navy as an electrician. After separating from the military Paul went to school at ISU Pocatello for electrical engineering. In 1977 he began working for Alyeska on the Trans Alaskan Pipeline and retired from there in 1995.

 Paul and Nina enjoyed having many adventures together throughout their 54 years of marriage.

Paul was preceded in death by his bride Nina in 2017.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Saturday, April 29, at Zeyer Funeral Chapel, 83 N Midland Blvd, Nampa with a viewing from 1:00 to 1:45 PM prior to the services

Obituary from Zeyler Funeral Chapel, Nampa, Idaho


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04/26/23 04:30 AM #1    

J Chris Alexander

This is terrible news. Paul was one of the first people I met when I went to work with Alyeska. We became instant friends and shared adventures over the years. We had the opportunity to work together on many assignments, the most notable for me was the construction and operation of Pump Station 7. He was a strong man and knew his job well. He was a fair and supportive manager. More than that, he was a loyal and helpful friend. I last visited him when we traveled through Nampa and we got to share time and stories. I will certainly miss my friend. RIP Paul.

04/26/23 05:22 AM #2    

Harold (Husky) Newman

I can't believe he's gone. I worked for him at two Pump Stations, and on a couple of different jobs after moving to the Anchorage headquarters. He was a great boss and an even better better friend.  Words can't express how much I'm going to miss him. RIP Rev.

04/26/23 12:16 PM #3    

Christopher Bias (Bias)

Had the pleasure of working with Paul on the Strategic Reconfiguration Project at Pump Station 4. A big bear of a man, he was a great manager and knew his business. Sorry to see him go..

04/27/23 05:44 AM #4    

Phil (Cowboy) Sykes

It is with a sad heart that I offer comments about Paul's passing, it was just a short time back that I offered a HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish to the man I worked with and admired many years. Prayers to his family.

04/27/23 08:19 AM #5    

Nita McCallum

Absolutely adored Paul. What a great person to work with. Always honest, always strong, and always there for you.

04/27/23 08:22 AM #6    

Larry Blachut

I am sorry to hear about the passing of Paul.  I wokred with him on various sites and lastly with him at PS 4 on the reconfiguration project.  He was a fair man and was always available to listen to others. Rest in Peace Paul.

04/27/23 09:08 AM #7    

Rodney Crew

So sorry to hear of Paul's passing. He was one of my CMs on Strategy Reconfiguration project at PS 4 along with Bruce Jones.  His electrical background was awesome and his work ethic was unmatched.  He was a good coworker and friend and will be missed.  

04/29/23 05:21 PM #8    

Larry Motschenbacher

I went to Paul's Funeral Service today.  Wayne Wilson and he wife Barbara werealso there.  They knew Paul's family well  In addition, there was a U.S. Navy Honor guard flag ceremony with the flag was presented to his son. 

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