Henry Culler, 84, of Lisbon, Ohio, Passed Away on Feb. 27, 2012
Henry Culler of Spruce Street passed away peacefully on February 27th 2012. A lifelong resident and hunter, Henry was known for his excellent hunting ability.
He begins with an engaging yet concise overview of Hegel’s theory of lyric poetry before turning to Kate Hamburger’s analysis of how language sequences can serve both as representations and expressions of reality.
Early Life and Education
He attended Springfield high school and Drury college. Additionally, he is a member of both Springfield Club and Commercial Club as well as being active within Young Men’s Business Club. Politically a staunch Republican and fraternally an active participant within Masonic Chapter No. 110 as well as Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks fraternities he is widely respected by his colleagues and peers.
He married Lelia Goin on September 1822 in North Carolina and they had one child together: Catherine E Culler.
Henry Culler passed away peacefully at 5:45 am Monday, February 27, 2012 and was laid to rest at Sardis Baptist Church in Swansea, South Carolina. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to Frederick County Kline Hospice House or you may visit our Sympathy Store to make flowers or tree planting tributes in his honor.
Henry Culler is a sculptor and artist known for creating numerous public installations of his works of art, which have received widespread exposure as well as praise from critics. Additionally, he taught at Cornish College.
He currently resides on Logan Square in Ambler, Pennsylvania and has one email address registered to him. Run a full report to access public contact info like phone numbers and social profiles relating to this person.
Culler was an active member of his local Lions Club and coached little league, as well as being part of Catoctin Mountain Street Rods and Flick’s Auto Body in Lisbon. Additionally, he served in Maryland National Guard 29th Division and left behind loving partner Mary Catherine Axline as well as sons Glenn and Larry Culler, sister Marieta Carroll and two grandchildren as his legacy.
Achievement and Honors
Culler has made significant strides toward placing UCLA at the forefront of computer science. Working alongside Burton Fried, he designed and pioneered what would later be known as the graphical user interface as the most natural way to interact with computers.
He has not only taught, but has also become a prolific author. His books cover multiple subjects including deconstructionism, structuralism and lyric poetry – often providing clearer accounts than anyone else of complex theoretical ideas.
Recently, the university dedicated a library space in honor of Culler and Hope. The Henry McDonald Tate Reading Room houses his works as well as hosting various makerspace programs within the community.
Henry Culler resided in Swanton, Ohio with his wife Georgia May Leffel. An avid golfer and travel enthusiast, Henry also enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Additionally, Henry was an active member of the Swanton Valley Lions Club.
Henry Culler III of Union Bridge, Maryland and two daughters: Michelle Renee Love (with husband Jason), Sheri L. Harrington and Joseph Harrington from Brunswick are left to mourn his passing. In addition, there are four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren left in his legacy.
Cynthia testified that in the fall and spring of 2010, Culler would touch her inappropriately and at times penetrate her with his fingers – an identical pattern to his abuse of Y.R.