Culver Family Tree
William Fitzsimmons Culver married to Ada Culver
William Culver, now 75 years old, was an US Air Force General for 35 years and Ada Culver, now 70, was an US Air Force Colonel and meteorologist for 20 years (Robert Culver’s mother/father). Both are now retired and Ada Culver works for Delos as an US based representative for the Home School Charity in the Appalachia region of the USA.
William and Ada Culver have THREE sons:
Robert Taggart Culver married to Dilara Badem-Culver
Robert Culver, now 52 years old, is a retired US Air Force general born in Houston, Texas. He has black hair, hazel eyes and is 6’3”, 225 pounds. He was a wrangler/cowboy on his father’s 10,000 acre cattle ranch while growing up. He went into the US Air Force Academy from age 18 to 22 and was working for NATO stationed in Istanbul, Turkey, when he met Dilara Badem (then 22), and married her there a year later. He married Dilara at age 28. Dilara is the rich billionaire daughter of shipping magnates who own Artemis Shipping Lines. They eventually have three children, Talia, and fraternal twins Matthew and Alexa.
John Culver (brother of Robert Culver) married to Linda Culver
John Culver, 51 years old, and a US Navy admiral.
Peter Culver (brother of Robert Culver) married to Susan Culver
Peter Culver, now 49 years old and a general in the US Marine Corps. He has brown hair, green eyes and is 6’0”, 190 pounds. He is a general at the US Pentagon and a black ops (was in Marine Force Reconnaissance most of his military life and has deep ties to the entire black ops community (SEALs, Delta Force, PJ’s, and Green Berets/Special Forces)) .
Dilara and Robert Culver’s THREE children
Talia (Tal) Anatolia (‘sunrise’ in Turkish) Culver
Tal is 29 years old and a captain in the US Marine Corps. She has black hair, green eyes and is 6’0″, 160 pounds, medium boned. She has an oval face, high cheekbones, and slightly slanted eyes which give her an exotic look. She went to the US Naval Academy from age 18 to 22 but chose the USMC, not the Navy, and became a Marine Corps officer. She is the first born daughter of General Robert Taggart Culver and his Turkish wife, Dilara Badem-Culver. Tal was born in Kusadasi, Turkey, birthplace of Dilara’s large family. She has dual citizenship in America and Turkey and speaks Farsi (Persian), Turkish, English and Greek. She has 50% American, 40% Turkish and 10% Greek blood.
She is in black ops. Since the draw down and American troops have left Afghanistan, the people who remain behind are the black ops groups: SEALs, Special Forces, CAG/Delta Force, Marine Force Recon and CIA case officers under cover. She is a trained sniper (went through Marine Corps Sniper school) and runs a platoon of men and women who operate successfully in Afghanistan against Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Three years ago, she lost the man she loved. Sergeant Brian Collier, a Marine Corps sniper, whom she’d known for years and fallen in love with. Less than a year later, he was killed in action. She swears never to fall for another military man. Her heart can’t stand another loss like this. Her story is Delos series Book #2, Tangled Pursuit.
Matthew Aslan (‘lion’ in Turkish) Culver
Tal’s 27 year old brother. He is 2 years younger than Tal and a scorpio. He’s a Delta Force sergeant in the US Army operating in Afghanistan. He has brown hair with thick gold streaks throughout it, gold-brown eyes and is 6’0”, 190 pounds. He was born in Kusadasi, Turkey and has 50% American, 40% Turkish and 10% Greek blood. His story is Delos series Book #3, Forged in Fire.
Alexa (Alex) Ceren (‘gazelle’ in Turkish) Culver
Tal’s 27 year old sister and Matt’s fraternal twin. She is 2 years younger than Tal. She has red hair, blue eyes and is 5’10” and 140 pounds. She is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy and is now in the US Air Force and a Warthog pilot who flies secret missions over Afghanistan out of the Bagram Air Base near Kabul, Afghanistan. She was born is Kusadasi, Turkey and has 50% American, 40% Turkish and 10% Greek blood. Her story is Delos series Book #4, Broken Dreams.
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