Former Harriman official dead

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By Cindy Simpson

Outspoken former Harriman City Councilman Bobby McCullough died at his home Sunday.
A 1951 Harriman High School graduate, he served in the United States Navy before returning to Harriman.
He served in a number of public capacities, including several years  with the Harriman Post Office, where he worked as postmaster from 1985 until his retirement.
He served as the Harriman recreation director, as well as his city council roles, and held a seat for several years on the Harriman Utility Board.
Steve Cochran, HUB account manager, knew McCullough well.

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