Dr. Bob McCullough Fellowship
Each year, the OLSF awards the Dr. Robert D. McCullough Fellowship to individuals who have contributed or had contributions made in their name of at least $500. Starting in 2008, individual Cowboy Cadillac ticket sales also count toward this total.
Dr. Robert D. McCullough began his association with Lions Clubs in 1941 when he joined the Muskogee Lions Club. In 1943 he transferred to the Downtown Lions Club where his attendance record was perfect.
Dr. Bob was elected Third International Vice-President in 1967 during the 50th annual International Convention in Chicago and as International President in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1970. His history of dedication to Lions includes his service as District Governor and two-year term on the International Board of Directors where he served as a member of the Executive Committee.
He was the recipient of a Master Key Award, six International President's Awards, and the Ambassador of Good Will Award. An osteopathic physician and surgeon, Dr. Bob received his doctorate from Kansas City College of Osteopathy and Surgery. He also had an honorary doctorate of science.