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Celebrating the life of
G. Perry Culp
February 06, 1938 - October 26, 2015
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
No services are scheduled at this time.

Perry was much more than an employee of my company; he was a friend and trusted adviser for business and life in general. He was a good man that will be missed greatly by all. John L. Sullivan Galveston, Texas

John L. Sullivan, Galveston, Texas

I have known Perry for a number of years when he first became involved in coastal activities. Perry and I would have lunch occasionally with a few glasses of wine. I always looked forward to our lunches especially hearing about his remarkable career and his common sense approach to situations. He was a dear friend and I will certainly miss him.

Jerry Mohn, Galveston, TX

I met Perry in Galveston, usually having lunch with John and Rocky Sullivan or at the office. He was a very gracious person, better off by knowing him, and will miss hime.

Benny Davis, Galveston, Texas

G. Perry Culp, 77, passed away on October 26, 2015 in Houston, Texas. He was born February 6, 1938 in Plainview, Texas.
He graduated from Plainview High School and attended Arlington State College (The University of Texas at Arlington) receiving a Bachelor of Science in Accounting with honors.
Perry spent his career as an executive and senior level business operations manager beginning at Peat, Marwick , Mitchell & Co. (KPMG) becoming Partner in Charge of Private Business Advisory Services Division. He later joined The Hart Group in Dallas, Texas as President and Chief Executive Officer of Rmax, Inc. eventually becoming Vice Chairman of The Hart Group. Perry was Chief Executive Officer and President of Texas Metal Works in Beaumont, Texas. Most recently, he consulted as financial and operational advisor to Sullivan Land and Cattle Company in Galveston, Texas.
Perry Culp was an outstanding human being bringing joy and love to everyone around him. He lived life to the fullest and on his terms. He was a friend and mentor to many. His legacy is inspiring. He was, simply, one of a kind.
He is preceded in death by his parents Lena and Ernest Culp, brother Joe Ray Culp and nephew Dyke Culp. He is survived by his wife Helen Culp; daughter Kari Garratt, son-in-law Jeff Garratt, grandson Grant Garratt; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law John and Glenda Howard, Steve and Bonnie Howard and sisters-in-law Georgia Howard and Patsy Hoermann; nephews Tim Culp, Trey Culp and Kip Culp, and many grand nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in his memory be made to Houston Hospice, 1905 Holcombe Blvd., Houston, Texas 77030.

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Perry was much more than an employee of my company; he was a friend and trusted adviser for business and life in general. He was a good man that will be missed greatly by all. John L. Sullivan Galveston, Texas

John L. Sullivan, Galveston, Texas

I have known Perry for a number of years when he first became involved in coastal activities. Perry and I would have lunch occasionally with a few glasses of wine. I always looked forward to our lunches especially hearing about his remarkable career and his common sense approach to situations. He was a dear friend and I will certainly miss him.

Jerry Mohn, Galveston, TX

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I met Perry in Galveston, usually having lunch with John and Rocky Sullivan or at the office. He was a very gracious person, better off by knowing him, and will miss hime.

Benny Davis, Galveston, Texas


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