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Lake Geneva Chiropractic


Dr. Gaylord M. Culp

Died: Tuesday, January 28, 2003
Age: 77
Dr. Gaylord M. Culp, 77, Lake Geneva, died Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2003, at St. Mary's Hospital, Milwaukee.

He was born April 1, 1925, in Blanchard, Mich., the son of Henry and Edna Carr Culp.

He graduated from Blanchard High School in 1943. He then attended the University of Michigan. Following his service with the U.S. Navy during World War II he graduated from Lincoln College of Chiropractic, Indianapolis, Ind.

He married Polly Steinhilber Nov. 17, 1951, in Indianapolis.

He and his wife moved to Lake Geneva in 1952 and opened the Culp Chiropractic Office.

He was a member of the U.S. Navy Reserve for 25 years. He was active in Boy Scouts in the Lake Geneva area and received the Silver Beaver, the highest award presented to Boy Scout leaders. He was a member and past president of the Wisconsin Chiropractic Association and had been chiropractor of the year. He was a former board member and past president of the Lake Geneva YMCA. He was a member of Frank Kresen American Legion Post 24, Lake Geneva.

He is survived by his wife; three children, James, Salem, Katherine Culp, Elkhorn, and Timothy, Elkhorn; four grandsons; three granddaughters; one great-granddaughter; and two sisters, Crystal Hansen, Edmore, Mich., and Marilyn Moses, Swarz Creek, Mich. Two brothers, Bernard and Duane, preceded him in death.

Services will be held Saturday, Feb. 8, at 3 p.m., at the Haase-Derrick-Lockwood Funeral Home, Lake Geneva. The Rev. Warren Dee, former pastor of Pilgrim Church, will officiate. Inurnment will be in Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery. The family will receive friends Saturday from 1 p.m. until the time of services. The family suggested memorials to Boy Scout Troop 235, Lake Geneva, or the Lake Geneva YMCA pool fund.

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