Funeral services were held for Culver A. Cole in Eastside Baptist Church,
Mountain Home, Ark. with the Reverend Dr. Mike Shay officiating... 

*** Andy was laid to rest in Southern Nevada Veterans
Memorial Cemetery, Boulder City, Nevada

 Andy's name was placed on this Memorial Wall;
Built by veterans, in "Mountain Home", Ark

Entrance to Mountain Home Arkansas
Memorial Wall" Built by veterans...
Andy was born June 22, 1916, to Anderson and Myrtle Cole..
Andy joined the early US Army Coups and then later
transferred to the US Air Force...

Culver Anderson Cole, (Andy) retired from the US Air Force
after serving 20 years...He then worked for Civil Service
with the Army Strategic Communications Command
in Washington, DC, then moved with them
to Fort Huachuca, AZ in 1967.

Andy was the Primary Staff Action Officer for the World Wide
Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN), a high speed and state
of the art "World Wide Communications" system. Andy oversaw
the Project for the development, installation, and operations and
maintenance of sites in Germany, Viet Nam, Thailand, Okinawa,
Korea and Alaska, as well as a training and development site
at Fort Detrick, MD.

Andy retired from Civil Service in 1976.  On Andy's off duty time
he enjoyed hunting and fishing.  Andy was a gourmet cook
and loved to entertain in his home in Sierra Vista, AZ.

He and Mrs. Ruth Cole moved to Mountain Home, Arkansas,
from Searchlight, Nevada, 1997, because of the beauty
of the area and the fishing and hunting opportunities.

Andy is survived by his wife Ruth Cole of Lakeview, Ark.;
one daughter, Linda Davis of Cleveland, TN; A step daughter,
Gloria (Lee) Borgaes of Dundee, OR; two sisters, Tevis Cochran
of Boca Raton, FL and Jean Matlin of Atlanta, GA; and
four grandchildren, Jason Davis, Dale,
Darren and Anita Borgaes.

Andy was proceeded in death by his parents, one brother, and one sister.

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