Patricia (Patty) Ann Brown Cullip, 58, was born to George Bernard Brown and Wilda Frame on April 27, 1963, in Baltimore City, Maryland. She passed after years of fighting non-alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver on September 12th, 2021, in the family home.

Patty grew up in Baltimore City, Maryland moved to West Virginia and eventually moved to Kansas with stepfather and mother. Patty graduated from Brown Mackie with a Computer Programming degree. Patty married David Nienhaus residing at the Mizpah Parsonage eventually divorcing in 1999. Patty loved children, eventually owning her own daycare. Eventually changing career paths to include managerial positions.

Patty and Joshua Jay Cullip married January 1st, 2000, at the Historical Episcopal Church. To this union was born the twins Isabella Ivy and Tristen Merle Cullip on January 9, 2001. In the later years of marriage Patty enjoyed spending her time sitting outside with her dog Sadie in her lap watching the hummingbirds over her flowerbed.

She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Wilda of Summersville, West Virginia; and her sister-in-law, Janet Brown of Summersville, West Virginia.

Patty is survived by: husband, Josh Cullip of Wakefield, Kan. and their two kids, Isabella, and Tristen Cullip; sons, Christopher Nienhaus of Summersville, W.V., and his three kids (Tallin, Abbie, and Sarah) and Justin Nienhaus of Junction City, Kan., and his two kids (Lucas and Violet); daughter, Laura Nienhaus of Manhattan, Kan.; brother, Bernie Brown of Summersville, W.V.; sister, Amanda Brown-Johnson of Baltimore City, Md.; and stepsister, Yvonne Moyer of West Virginia.

Graveside services will be held at the Uniondale Cemetery outside of Wakefield on September 25th, 2021, at 2:30 p.m. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be sent in care of Farmers and Merchants State Bank, P.O. Box 278, Wakefield, KS 67487 to be donated to Wakefield Community Parks and other beautification projections with the Wakefield Community.

Paid notice.