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Angeline M. Cullinan (Baratta) “Angie”     

Angeline “Angie” Cullinan, blessed with a long and happy life, died on October 9, 2020 at age 87 surrounded by her daughters.

She was predeceased by her husband John “Jack” Cullinan; parents, Patrick and Venus Baratta; daughter, Dr. Jeanne Cullinan; brothers Patrick and Joseph Baratta; and brother-in-law Edward (Marie) Cullinan.

Angie is survived by children, Mary Patricia “Patty” (Bob) Spinelli, Diane Joy (David) Boots, and Teresa Marie “Terry” (Kip) Fyke; grandchildren, Angela (Tim) Thompson, Adam (Crystal) Gomez, Elizabeth (Casey) Robisky, Christopher (Tessa) Spinelli, Kevin (Meghan McAdam) Gomez, Melissa (Patrick) Carney, Leah Cullinan Fyke,  Amanda Cullinan-Spinelli; great- grandchildren, Tara Jeanne Carney, Bailey Carney, Abbey Cullinan Robisky,  Catie Robisky, John Robisky, Emily Thompson, Heidi Mae Gomez, Lily Joy Gomez, Melia Apple, Jaden Apple; great- great grandson Kaiden Van Houter; Angie’s sister Terry (Mickey) Gallagher, Aunt Rose Middleton, and many  extended family members & friends.

Angie, a former radiologic technology administrator, educator, and author of several textbooks was a graduate of Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, PA. She received her X-ray training at Mercy Hospital in Wilkes-Barre, and Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital in Philadelphia PA.         Angie, a long-time member the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) was elevated to Fellow status and was honored to be referred to as a pioneer in radiologic technology. With her husband Jack, they were featured as “Mr. and Mrs. X-ray “ in the ASRT publication, “The  Shadowmakers”. They were the 1st married couple to be awarded Fellows in ASRT history.  Angie and Jack were also granted Life Memberships by ASRT and the New York State Society of Radiologic Sciences.

Prior to retirement, Angie was employed at The Genesee Hospital, as Technical Director of Education.

Her funeral mass was be celebrated with the immediate family and Angie was laid to rest at White Haven Memorial Park.  Please click here to view the recording of the Funeral Mass and Cemetery Services.  Once travel and COVID restrictions are lifted, the family will plan an additional memorial service. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the ASRT Foundation, 15000 Central Avenue S.E., Albuquerque, NM 87123-3909 (Donate Online) or Saint Marianne Cope Parish, Guardian Angels Church, 2061 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14623 (Donate Online).

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