Leonard J. Cullen

1931 ∼ 2020

Maureen Rischitelli of Oxford, FL wrote:

We will truly miss Lenny's traditional greeting: HOW YA DO'IN KID! and how he loved to get get dog kisses. We will miss you much Ken, Mo, Missy, Brodie & Quinn

Mark Stanley of Centerville, Ma wrote:

So sorry for your loss. Will always remember what a great member of our Cummaquid family. Loved his wit and laugh.

Stacey Curley of Centerville wrote:

Mary, we were so sad to hear of Lenny's passing. He always asked how our family was doing and we always enjoyed running into him. We are thinking of you and the entire Cullen family. Jim & Stacey Curley

Michael Casey of Montvale New Jersey wrote:

To all the Cullens. So sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. He was a great man and a wonderful friend to both Maggie and Don. He took care of all of us when we were kids and then Matthew took over. I enjoyed listening to his stories and also caddying for him at the Hack. Just remember all the good times. They will always help you through the tough ones. What a foursome in heaven...Len Cullen, Howard McGovern, Don Casey and Len Collins. RIP gentlemen! The Casey's

Maggie Maier of Los Angeles wrote:

A great loss for all who knew him. I just adored Dr. Cullen from the moment I met him back in 1976. Always a good laugh and a smile. I loved seeing him dance with his daughter Maureen at her wedding last year. May his memory always be a blessing.

Linda Hutchenrider of Cotuit, MA wrote:

Mary and Eileen and all the Cullen and Tinsley family my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your husband and father. My prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

Lisa Jones of Barnstable, Mass wrote:

My sincere condolences.

Samuel Adams of Berkeley Heights wrote:

To all the Cullen's and those closest to Leonard, I am deeply sorry for your loss and offer my sincerest condolences during this difficult time.

Jim Motroni of Mercer Island, WA wrote:

“To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.” Thomas Campbell Uncle Len, I know you live on in so many hearts in so many places. May we all leave such a wonderful legacy. Jim Motroni, Jr and Family

marie motroni of Santa Fe wrote:

We will all miss the laughter and love he brought to his whole family.