Fred Alan Cullison

Fred passed away Sat. Jan. 11, 2020 at UIC in Chicago surrounded by his family after a battle with liver failure caused by a fatty liver.

He enjoyed playing softball, planting his flowers and feeding and watching the birds. Devoted husband, father, Papa and Cubs fan. Fred was a Sandwich resident all his life and ran his own Painting business and known for his perfectionism in his work. He was a friend to all that spoke with him. And adopted many Littles that called him Papa over the years.

He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Pam Cullison, Daughter Jamie (Troy) Woods, son Fred Alan Cullison Jr.

Brother Gerald (Barb) Cullison

Sister Sherry (Franky) Harris

Half-brother Kevin Cullison

Half-Sister Gayla Ziegler

Step-brother Clayton (Alice) Mills

Sister-in-law Karen (Doug) Hoium

5 grandchildren, Cody, Fred III, Tyler, Kimberly and Paige

Many Nieces and Nephew, Aunts and Uncles

He was preceded in death by his Parents, Shelvie J. Mills and Fred H. Cullison and Grandparents.

There will be a celebration of Life Friday Jan. 17 from 11-1 at the Sandwich Moose

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My prayers to Pam Jamie and Freddie. Such a man with such infectious laugh


Dear Jamie and Family,

Please know that my caring thoughts are with you as you share the sadness in your loss of Dad. May he Rest In Peace. Sharon Alm


My condolences to Pam and the family. I remember Fred's laughter, as he always seemed to be happy and joking around. He was on a few bowling leagues, and I will always remember how the ball tended to stick on his thumb and the ball would go sailing several feet before hitting the lane. But the best memory was one time it stuck longer than normal, and the ball flew up and hit the all knew that was bound to happen some day! Such a pleasant soul, may you all find comfort in the stories and memories that remain.

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