Bob is the bridegroom of Belle Goodfellow of Manlius, NY his life partner and closest friend of more than 50 years, who survives him. Bob was a 1959 mechanical engineering graduate of Clarkson College of Technology. Bob also earned an MBA from Syracuse University, and was a registered Professional Engineer. He held executive management positions in Ansonia, CT and Elmira, NY during his career. Bob had a youthful energy and appearance into his 70's. Over the years his passions were marathon running, weight lifting and swimming. He was an accomplished athlete, earning membership in the Glens Falls, NY Sports Hall of Fame as a soccer player. Bob especially enjoyed visiting the beaches of southern Maine with his family. Bob enjoyed the wonder of the nighttime sky, the birds and nature in general, (except for squirrels). His favorite times were outdoors in the fresh air, with the wind on his face, and a demanding physical task at hand, that sought to improve the look of things. He was a kind man; a strong yet gentle man; totally honest in character. Bob was the son of George Wallace and Ruth Hammond Cullings, born in Saratoga Springs, NY on April 3 rd, 1938. Bob was predeceased by his parents, and his three older siblings, David, Ruth Lesslie Miller and Kathryn Purcell Simpson. He is adored by his 4 children, Amy (Pedro) Moreno of Warrenton, VA, Meg Cullings of York Beach, ME, Gregg (Sonja) Cullings of Medina, OH, and Betsy (Rusty) Hauptman of Horseheads, NY. As a parent he is remembered as an interested, loving, patient, advocate, and friend, who always cared. Bob has 8 loving grandchildren as well, whose activities he enjoyed. Peter, Jessica, & Daniel Moreno, Madelynn, Brynn and Tarynn Cullings and Whitney, Karl Hauptman and his four legged side kick, Scraggles. The family wishes to gratefully acknowledge the splendid, most compassionate care and loving attention to Bob at Elcor's Colonial Ridge West.