Patricia Anne Phillips McCullough Born July 13, 1943 Death July 3, 2019 She was proceeded in death by her  husband Charles C McCullough, Sr. Her son, Charles “Tinker” C McCullough Jr. , Her daughter, Norma Jean White, mother Mary Lucille Watson, father James Phillips Sr., brother Richard Phillips,  Great granddaughter, Kensley Grace Pugh. She is survived by her brother Jim Phillips (Cheryl) , granddaughters Crystal White, Mary Pugh and Danielle Smith. Grandsons Josh Pugh and Sean Smith. Great grandchildren Peyton, Riley and Cason Pugh and Grace Smith as well as many loving nieces and nephews. Patricia was a loving mother and grandmother who cared for anyone she came in contact with. Everyone knew her as grandma. She treated everyone as if they were her own kids. She enjoyed raising and spending time with her family. Anyone who knew her would tell you that she made them feel loved.  Grandma spent a lot of time taking care of her dogs and grand dogs, she was always worried about them when she was not home. The family will receive friends 1:00- 3:00PM on Saturday, July 6, 2019 at Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway Lawrenceville, GA 30046. A Funeral Service will be held at 3:00PM in the Gwinnett Chapel of Wages & Sons Funeral Home with Michael Patterson officiating. Online condolences may be expressed at

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  1. We love and miss you already. Such a huge part of our lives that will be forever missed. It was such a blessing you got to spend vacation time with your grand and great grandkids before God called you home. What wonderful memories God left them to cherish with you. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  2. Granma… This is what we called you when we got to visit. Johnny and I always enjoyed seeing you each and every time and talking to you. We are sad you had to leave but we know you are rejoicing with your loved ones. Look down on your 3 granddaughters and family and protect them! Fly high! ♡

  3. Granma- That is what we called you! We loved to see you and chat when we got to visit Georgia. Johnny and I know you were so special to your granddaughters and family. We are sad you had to leave. We know you are rejoicing in your new body with loved ones gone before you. Fly high until we all see you again! ♡

  4. Granma – That is what we called you! We are going to miss you on our visits to Georgia. Johnny and I enjoyed seeing and talking with you each time. So sad you had to leave. Fly high with your loved ones! Until we meet again.♡

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