David N. McCullough Jr.
Published 3:35 pm Saturday, October 14, 2017
David N. McCullough Jr., passed away Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, at his home in Sacramento, California. David was born Aug., 12, 1946, in Atlanta. He is preceded in death by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David N. McCullough, formerly of Selma and Atlanta.
David graduated from Sewanee Military Academy, attended The University of Alabama, where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. He graduated from Livingston University in 1969 with a bachelor of science degree. David received a bachelor of arts degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 1985, then did post-graduate work in architectural history at the University of Virginia. He received a master of arts degree from Georgia Southern University in 1994.
He served as a Sewanee Military Academy, in the U.S. Army, finance corp. He was vice president of Dallas Beverage Bottling Co., in Selma; president Selma-Dallas County Historic Preservation Society; board of directors Selma-Dallas County Historic Preservation Society; board of advisors, Alabama Historical Commission; and a member of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Alabama.
Preservation Planner/Architectural Historian Historic Savannah Foundation, Savannah, GA; Historic Preservation/Architectural Historian Consultant; Board of Advisors for Historic Preservation Coastal Regional Planning and Development, Georgia; Joint Historic Preservation Commission for Transylvania County, Brevard, NC; Historic Preservation/Architectural Historian Consultant and Coordinator of North Central Information Center at California State University, connected to CA Office of Historic Preservation-Sacramento.
He is survived by his long time partner, Joseph Tuschak, Sacramento; his sister, Tonie McCullough Mann (Charles) of Newnan, Georgia, formerly of Fort Worth, Texas; nephew, Charles III (Ellen) of Fort Worth; niece, Annette Mann Burns (Buddy) of Newnan; nephew, David McCullough Mann (Louise) of Wilmington,NC; great nephews, Charlie Mann, Matthew, McCullough, Hays and Branch Burns, and William, McCullough, Carter and Henry Mann.
A memorial will be at Westview Cemetery in Atlanta, at a later date.