Ronald “Ronnie” Keith Culpepper

Born: Thu., Jul. 23, 1953
Died: Tue., Jun. 30, 2020

Graveside Service

10:00 AM Tue., Jul. 07, 2020
Location: Southland Memorial Gardens

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A graveside service to celebrate the life of Ronald “Ronnie” Keith Culpepper, 66 of West Columbia will be held at 10:00 am Tuesday July 7, 2020 at Southland Memorial Park.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to SCOA or Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church.
Mr. Culpepper passed away Tuesday June 30, 2020 at Agape Hospice House of Lexington. He was born Columbia and was the son of the late Ambrose and Helen Culpepper. Mr. Culpepper enjoyed stock car and drag racing and was a music fan  of Boston and Deep Purple. He worked for GE in the Customer Service department. 

Mr. Culpepper is survived by his sister, Laurie E. Culpepper; uncle, Eugene (Johann) Roof and aunt, Betty (Edgar) Woodward and numerous cousins and friends. 

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Jan & Jimmy Sheely
   Posted Wed July 01, 2020
We are so very sorry to hear of Ronnie's passing. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Call if we can do anything at all. Love you.

Karen L Bradley
   Posted Tue July 07, 2020
I only knew Ron a couple years but he was a compassionate, caring man. Such a generous person who loved music. I will miss going to concerts with him. We met @ Newberry's Groove & Brew 2018. We went to see Tedechski Trucks band a couple times & Rumours twice. Kick a couple times, DeCarlo & a Zepplin cover band. I will treasure those memories. He will be missed! I hate he had to suffer so. May he rest in peace. I remember Ron giving his left over dinner to a man who was sitting on the sidewalk before going to see Rumors. I turned around and gave mine to the man also. Always thinking of others.

   Posted Wed July 29, 2020
I am very sorry to hear of Ronnie's passing. We went to BC High School together. Ronnie and I had many things in common, like fast cars and rock and roll music. I remember in those days(1970's),we were always drag racing near our houses on Greenwood Ave. Those were the good old days. I saw Ronnie a few years at Appliance Parts,where he was working at the parts counter. Before I could say anything he said to me, "Do you remember when we were leaving from BC and I was on the back of your motorcycle and a cement truck ran us of the road and we ended up in the hospital?" Thank goodness we were not seriously. I said yes and we talked for an hour about the crazy things we did in high school. I sure will miss him,he was a "GREAT" person and someone I could call a real friend.

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