Scott Anthony McCulloh
Scott Anthony McCulloh was born on August 9, 1958, to Robert L. and Gracelyn E. McCulloh at Stillwater Municipal Hospital in Stillwater, Oklahoma. On January 4, 2020, he went home to rest in God's embrace. Diagnosed with and treated for leukemia last summer, he recently returned to the hospital with pneumonia, which overcame his weakened immune system.
Scott was smart and athletic, playing baseball, basketball and wrestling at different times in his life. He loved sports and could rattle off statistics from way back. He graduated C.E. Donart High School in 1976, one of nine valedictorians, and attended Oklahoma State University from 1976‒1980, graduating with several honors such as The President's List of Distinguished Students. Later he worked at OSU for about 9 years and was always an avid fan.
Scott was preceded in death by his parents, Bob and Gracelyn McCulloh. He is survived by his siblings, Joicelyn Schwager, Richard McCulloh, Glynden Bode, Kristyn Reid, and Russell McCulloh.
Scott was buried at Edmond Memorial Park Cemetery on Friday, January 17. First Christian Church Midwest City will hold a memorial service on Saturday, February 22.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a gift to the Oklahoma State University Foundation in Scott's name.
Published on January 22, 2020

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Kristyn Reid
Feb 11, 2020
Thanks, everyone, for your friendship and remembrances of my brother, Scott.
Julie Arrington
Jan 27, 2020
Scott was a good friend and part of our gang who ran around together in high school. We were in some of the same classes and in band. I am so sorry for your loss.
Gail Wright
Jan 25, 2020
I worked with Scott at OSU, he was a great worker and very helpful person we talked about the Lord on our breaks he will be missed
Kristyn Reid
Jan 24, 2020
Thanks for sharing your memory of Scott.
Bryan McIntyre
Jan 23, 2020
I met Scott when I was 6 and we moved in across the street. He was a good friend and a lot of fun to be with.