Brian Scott McCullough

Jul 24, 1967 - Jan 7, 2016



Brian Scott McCullough
June 24, 1967 – January 7, 2016

Brian Scott McCullough of Sacramento, California was called to heaven on January 7th, 2016. Brian was born June 24th, 1967 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina to CSM (Ret) Jerry and Ethel McCullough. As a military dependent, Brian lived in various parts of the world; Fort Bliss, Texas, Aschaffenburg, Germany, and Fort Ord, California.

Upon graduating Seaside High School, in Seaside, California, Brian continued his education attending American River College, San Jose State and Sacramento State. Brian spent 21 years as a valued employee, in Environmental Services for UC Davis Medical Center, showing his devotion and loyalty to his labor.

Brian and Maria (Mea) fell in love at a very young age; and shared over 28 years together, to this union they have a son; Brian Scott Anthony Adames- McCullough also of Sacramento, California. Brian was also blessed with a daughter; Alexyss Marcelina Angel Rivera-McCullough of Hollister, California.

Brian, was a loving husband and family man, left to cherish his memories are his wife; Maria Adames-McCullough, brother; Jerry Eugene McCullough II (Lilly) of Puyallup, Washington, sister; Kelley Deneen McCullough of Los Angeles, California, brother in-laws, sister in-laws, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary
9189 E. Stockton Blvd
Elk Grove, CA
US 95624


  • Regina (Jones) Blakely says:

    To Mea, Jay, Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. McCullough, Brian was like another one of my Brothers and I am going to miss him dearly. I want to send you all my deepest condolences from me and my family to yours. Love you all.

  • "D" Danny Ramos says:

    My heart goes out to the entire McCullough family. “B” is going to truly be missed. Thank you for always being there for me bro, I will never forget you. Having you in my life was truly a blessing. I will cherish all the memories and good times we have had since I met you 16 years ago at work. You will always be in my heart, RIP, love you Bro.

  • Christian says:

    Jan 7th was a bad day. To learn B had passed cause Mr great sadness. He was a good friend to us all. One of my favorite customers more importantly a great friend. He will be missed. Rest in love my friend

  • Hope Wilson says:

    Hi Ethel, My Mom and I are so sorry to hear about your son. Our prayers and thoughts are with you your family.

  • Shelly Dunn says:

    Dear Ethel, I am so sorry to hear about your son. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. May he rest in peace.

  • Tom Wilson says:

    Ethel and Mac, I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your son. Donna and I will keep you and your family in our prayers.

  • Ashley says:

    Thoughts & prayers are with the McCullough family, from the Infinti of Elk Grove Service Dept.

  • Regina Martin says:

    Brain,we don’t always understand why or how a loss occur,we do know the pain and grief within.B I will truly miss you,you was not only a friend,but a brother,it been the best 20 years knowing you…Regina Martin.RIP my friend

  • Sunita Reyes says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Brian, you will be sadly missed. REST IN PARADISE, MY FRIEND Miss you Love, Sunita Reyes

  • George McCullough & Family says:

    Jerry, Ethel, Jay and Kelly. I wish I could express the sorrow I feel just knowing you are bearing a loss so profound. May it comfort you to know that we deeply care. If we can help in any way don’t hesitate to let us know.

  • Latchmi Francis says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with your family Brian. You left so soon , a great loss to your friends and family. Rip in heaven. You be sadly missed by so many friends and co -workers. I can’t imagine going back to work and see your famous red truck without you. Going to miss you a lot my brother. Who am l going go for advice, and tease now. Your sister Francis.

  • Ovaldo Lacheveaux says:

    Mac please accept my condolences on the lost of your son. Lach

  • Aurora garcia says:

    Mac & wife i am sorry for your loss , please accept my sympathy and condolences. Aurora garcia.

  • David Norman says:

    Heavy heart to learn of Brian’s passing. He was a leader and taught us younger athletes at Seaside High how to compete to win ! He was a winner, and a pray that his loved one’s find comfort and peace and celebrate a great man.

  • Cheryl B from Aburg says:

    Mr and Mrs McCullough, Jay and Kelley: There aren’t words that I can say that will help you as you go through this very difficult time. Brian played DYA football the year I was a cheerleader with the best cheer team ever…and football team too. I lived across the street from you all in 698 L-2. Jay was a football hero, Kelley was an all around sports heroine, and Brian was a younger pesky brother who teased me mercilessly. He always had a smile and was always ready to get involved in things. To his beautiful wife, children and grandchildren…my thoughts and prayers go to you as well…though we have never met…you will find that BRATS are always family no matter how long it has been since we have seen one another. What a beautiful memorial video. I could still see the 7th grader in his adult face, and more than that, the absolute light of love in his eyes for his family.

  • Aury says:

    Such a great video! Rest in Paradise Uncle… Sad to see a great man go but you’re in a much better place. I know you’re watching over all of us. Sending my condolences to everyone! ❤

  • Neil Clayton says:

    The Clayton Family sends our condolences to the McCullough Family. Support each other during these trying times. Embrace and cherish the memories that you have. Our love is with you all

  • Jerry Kushner says:

    Kathy and I send our deepest condolences to the McCullough family. Every time I was around him there were always laughs and good friendship. I know that Ko’Olina was a favorite place for him. Whenever we go back there I will always think of Brian and how much he loved Hawaii. Rest in Peace Brother you will be missed

  • Yvette Webb-Sosa says:

    Mea, I am so sorry to you and your Family for your loss. Brian will be missed always. He will always be here with us. God Bless his Soul. Be with the Angels Brian and watch over your love ones. I miss him much. Lov you always Mea.

  • Jay McCullough says:

    To my brother Brian. Let me be the first to say that you are an ORIGINIAL. You are a loving husband/ father. You are a true and loving son to both mom and dad.You are a brother that I am very proud of and will always have a love for you deep within my heart. I can recount all of the great memories that we have shared and with those memories comes the laughter. I want to thank you for all the great talks that we used to have and for the great advice that you would give me when I needed it. You are sitting amongst ANGELS. I LOVE YOU DEARLY BROTHER.

  • Ms. Margo says:

    Bri, you brought the sunshine everywhere you loved your family and lived life well.. New Years and El Compadre will never be the same brother. Rest like a King B, Always Remembered, Never Forgotten. Love you.

  • Karen says:

    Sending my condolences.Im glad I got to know you.You are a true friend that will be missed.Love you B.Peace.

  • Karen says:

    Rest in Peace.My friend.

  • Jay McCullough says:

    I miss you so much my brother. I love you and always know that you are in my heart and mind.

    • Jay says:

      I want to wish you a very Happy upcoming Father’s Day. I love you very much and miss you very much my brother. I think about you every day. Love you

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