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Kenneth T. Culp 1934-2024

Kenneth T. Culp, 89, of Biglerville, passed away on Wednesday, July 3, 2024 at the Chambersburg Hospital.

Kenneth T. Culp
Kenneth T. Culp

Born August 11, 1934 in Adams County to the late, Roy Culp and Marian (Taylor) Culp.

Ken graduated from Gettysburg High School in the class of 1952. He spent his whole life as a farmer in the Biglerville area.

Ken was a member of the Adams Co. Fish and Game and always enjoyed going hunting and fishing. He also enjoyed taking rides out into the woods where he could be surrounded by nature and wildlife.

Ken is survived by his loving wife, Janet (Lentz) Culp; his daughter, Debra Flickinger (Wayne); his grandchildren, Wayne Flickinger (Leila), Candice Keller (Kevin), and Amy Flickinger; six great grandchildren; and his brother Timothy Culp.

In addition to his parents, Ken is predeceased by his brother, Terry Culp.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, July 11, 2024, 11 a.m., at Mountain Top Ministries, 200 Church Rd, Orrtanna, PA 17353.

A visitation will precede the service beginning at 10 a.m. where the family will receive friends.

Interment will immediately follow the service at Greenmount Cemetery in Arendtsville, PA.

Online tributes and condolences are available to be made at the funeral home’s website.



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