Funeral Services Held For Murdered Air Force Colonel - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/14/07

Funeral Services Held For Murdered Air Force Colonel

Funeral services were held Saturday morning for retired Air Force Colonel Don McCullough at Saint John Neumann Catholic Church. McCullough was buried with full military honors.

He was stabbed to death in his Southwest Lubbock home on Monday. Alonzo Lewis is charged with capital murder in the case.

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