Lloyd ‘Grumpy’ Culp dies at 58 | SummitDaily.com

Lloyd ‘Grumpy’ Culp dies at 58

Llyod Culp

Lloyd “Grumpy” Culp, a friend of many in Summit County, died at Lutheran Medical Center in Denver Friday at the age of 58.

A celebration of his life will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Grumpy’s Roadhouse in Silver Plume.Culp was born Sept. 13, 1946, in Grants Pass, Ore. His family moved to Kansas before establishing residency in Clear Creek County 30 years ago.

Culp owned Grumpy Dutchman Towing, WESCO Supply and Grumpy’s Roadhouse, all in Silver Plume.

He was preceded in death by his son, Joey, and his father, Calvin.He is survived by sons Stormy and Ben of Silver Plume, daughter Rebecca Whitney of Arlington, Texas; sister Ginny Robinson of Holton, Kan.; stepfather George and mother Dana Reese of Delia, Kan.; grandsons Calvin, Charlie and Henry Culp and Darrell, William and Nicolas Whitney; nieces Sharon Iverson, Susan Baum and nephew Michael Robinson; 10 great nieces and nephews, all of Holton, Kan.

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