Catherine Anne Culp

On Sunday, April 18, 2021 Catherine Anne Culp, beloved wife and extraordinary mother passed away in her home in Allen, Maryland surrounded by husband and four children. Anne was born on November 17, 1939 in Baltimore, Maryland.

She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Carson Culp, daughter Esther Horst and son-in-law Michael Horst, daughter Barbara Rose and son-in-law Steve Rose, daughter Faith Culp, son Clayton Culp and Daughter-in-law Jamie Culp; grandchildren Erin Wilson, Wiley O’Daniel, Katelyn Arcement, Hailey Wilberger, Brendan Wilberger, Calvin Culp, Nola Culp, Julian Culp; great grandchildren Coleman Wilson, Casey Wilson, and Aubrey O’Daniel with more to come.

She is preceded in death by her father Dr. Eugene Weinbach, her mother Lois Spillman, and her brother Paul Weinbach.

Anne was a family-maker who was fiercely loyal to her loved ones, profoundly honest, and particularly passionate about instilling independence in her children.  She was a woman of faith who enjoyed going to the movies, TOPS, people watching, sweets, bowling, Disney World, Cherrystone Campground, the Price-is-Right, QVC, shelling at the beach, taking care of children and most of all time spent with her family.

An outdoor funeral service will be held at Allen Asbury United Methodist Church at 26679 Collins Warf Road, Allen, Maryland 21810 at 11:30a.m. on Friday, April 23, 2021, with a reception to follow.  Friends and family will be received at 10:30a.m. in front of the church.

Memorial donations may be sent to the Lutheran Mission Society at 230 West Street, Annapolis Maryland 21401 or Allen Asbury United Methodist Church.

3 comments to Catherine Anne Culp

  • Ellen Anderson

    Pete, Esther, Barbara, Faith, Clay and family I am so sad to hear about Anne ( your Mom) death. Please accept my deep sympathy. I loved your mom as did Joel. I have so many fond memories of our time together in Ocean City and now and then in Annapolis. My love and prayers are with you all. Love, Ellen Anderson

  • Diane Esau Riley

    My sympathies to the Culp family. Love and prayers to all

  • Mianna Jopp

    I met Anne at the Severna Park Community Center therapy pool in 2007. I was recovering from knee surgery and she and Pete were exercising. Anne was was so friendly that we became pool buddies. Then she mentioned that she belonged to TOPS and, since I was trying to lose weight, she invited me to attend a meeting. I did and have been a member ever since. Anne and Pete enjoyed going out to dinner, sometimes with other TOPS members, sometimes just the three of us. I really miss them since they moved to the Eastern Shore. I loved hearing about their children and grandchildren; family was Anne’s favorite subject. Sympathy and prayers to Pete. Love, Mianna Jopp

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