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Franklin D. Cullum

December 7, 1942 - November 15, 2019

Burial Date November 20, 2019

Funeral service for Franklin D. Cullum, 76 of Sallisaw, Oklahoma will be at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at First Christian Church in Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Burial will follow at Fleetwood Cemetery in Sallisaw, Oklahoma under the direction of Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service, Inc.

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Posted by:
Ron Ward

Posted on:
November 20, 2019

The Same Canteen There are bonds of all sorts in this world of ours, Fetters of friendship and ties of flowers, And true lover's knots, I ween; The girl and the boy are bound by a kiss, But there's never a bond, old friend, like this, We have drank from the same Canteen! It was sometimes water, and sometimes milk, And sometimes apple-jack "fine as silk;" But whatever the tipple has been We shared it together in bane or bliss, And I warm to you, friend, when I think of this, We drank from the same Canteen! The rich and great sit down to dine, They quaff to each other in sparkling wine, From glasses of crystal and green; But I guess in their golden potations they miss The warmth of regard to be found in this, We drank from the same Canteen! We have shared our blankets and tents together, And have marched and fought in all kinds of weather, And hungry and full we have been; Had days of battle and days of rest, But this memory I cling to and love the best, We drank from the same Canteen! For when wounded I lay on the center slope, With my blood flowing fast and so little hope Upon which my faint spirit could lean; Oh! then I remember you crawled to my side, And bleeding so fast it seemed both must have died, We drank from the same Canteen! This poem, which was printed without attribution in the second

Posted by:
Rita Anderson

Posted on:
November 18, 2019

Frank is my brother in law Uncle. Have been around him several times in these past years. A wonderful person with a loving personality. Prayers to his wife, children and family. God Bless you all.another angel in Heaven.

Posted by:
Terresa Hickman

Posted on:
November 18, 2019

He was one of the best teachers. Everyone was treated equal with him. He was always the sweetest man. I don't remember him without a smile. I am so sorry for your tremendous loss.

Posted by:
Darren Lesley

Posted on:
November 18, 2019

Mr. Cullum was a great teacher and a very kind soul!! Thank you Mr. Cullum for all the stories you shared with all us students and for being a very patient and kind teacher and for going the extra distance to help all students. RIP Mr. Cullum

Posted by:
Becky and Molly Raney

Posted on:
November 16, 2019

Well, Frank, we grew up together, your Dad & my Granddad worked together for the City, and we taught together! You lived your life magnificently! Congratulations! Sue, and all the family, I'm so very sorry and am sending many loving prayers for comfort for all of you. Also sending my favorite blessing. Numbers 6: 24-26
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