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graphic artist , publisher

Gayle Jean McCullough, American graphic artist, publisher. Recipient Swimming and Diving Champion award Sacramento City and County, 1957-1959, Gold Keys for Art award Brueners & Hallmark Cards, 1959, 60; grantee Bank of America, 1970.


McCullough, Gayle Jean was born on February 7, 1943 in Mare Island, California, United States. Daughter of Earl Martin and Dorothy Clare (Vincent) Hoos.


Associate of Arts in Graphic Arts, Sacramento City College, 1970.


Composing operator, Cal-West Life Insurance, Sacramento, 1972-1975; senior graphic artist Department Social Superior vena cava syndrome, State of California, Sacramento, since 1975. Member AOA implementation team State COSS, Sacramento, since 1993, member equal employment opportunity disabled advisory board, 1986-1987.


  • Other Work

    • Author, illustrator: Feud for Thought, 1993. Author: Everything Hearing People Know About Deafness, 1994, What's Next?, 1994. Author, illustrator, public (magazine) Life After Deafness, 1993-1994.


Vice president community council NorCal Center on Deafness, Sacramento, 1993-1994. Member California Association Late Deafened Adults (board directors 1993-1994), Association Late Deafened Adults Sacramento (president, founder since 1990).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: oil painting, art, swimming, tennis.


Married Norris Henry Hill. Married James Arthur McCullough, February 19, 1979. Children: Kareena Jean, Michael Earl, Michelle Lin.

Earl Martin Hoos

Dorothy Clare (Vincent) Hoos

Norris Henry Hill

James Arthur McCullough

Kareena Jean McCullough

Michael Earl McCullough

Michelle Lin McCullough