November 18, 2019, Bailey Thomas Culver died surrounded by his friends and family. Bailey battled Stage IV Neuroblastoma for most of his young life. In the medical community, Bailey was the only child known to have both Cystic Fibrosis and Stage IV Neuroblastoma concurrently. Bailey touched the lives of everyone he met, inspiring many through his courageous battle. Bailey will be remembered for his sense of humor, his colorful language, strength, and his powerful love for his family and friends. During his many hospital stays both at Dartmouth and Boston Children’s Bailey charmed doctors and nurses with his courageous spirit and quick smile. Bailey enjoyed nerf gun fights with family and friends, playing cowboy, and hunting with his Dad and brother. Bailey loved school both his Sunday School class at St. Rose of Lima and the short time he was able to attend preschool at Bethlehem Elementary School.
Bailey is survived by his parents Michael and Allison Culver, his sister Madison and brother in law Adam Cryans ( Lyme), his brother Brockton, Aunts and Uncles: Matt and Molly Culver ( Lisbon), Martin and Amber Culver ( Whitefield), Dan and Meghan Stinsen ( Jefferson), Cousins: Danny, Brody, Bryce and Grace his grandparents: Thomas and JoAnn Culver( Lancaster), Arlene Nallon ( O’Fallon, MO), and Avelina Bailey ( Lake Placid, NY) His Great-Grandmother Dolores Nallon ( O’Fallon, MO)and a large extended family.
Calling hours will be Friday, November 22, from 3-6 PM, at the Ross Funeral Home, Littleton Chapel. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Saturday, November 23, 11:00 AM, at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church with Father Mark Dollard Officiating. Burial will take place at the Maple Street Cemetery, Bethlehem. In Bailey’s memory donations may be made to Give Kids the World – a place that Bailey remembered as his Disney house. To make a donation please go to https://www.gktw.org/index.php
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