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Wilhelm Ernst “Ernie” KullAge: 89 years19172006

Name
Wilhelm Ernst “Ernie” Kull
Given names
Wilhelm Ernst
Nickname
Ernie
Surname
Kull
Nickname
William Ernest

Wilhelm Ernst Kull

Name
Wilhelm Ernst Kull
Given names
Wilhelm Ernst
Surname
Kull
Birth November 14, 1917 33 29
Note:
2007-12-18 Except for the short spell on Bertrand St, Ernie spent his entire life in the Elmwood area of Winnipeg, MB. (McCalman, Castle, Windsor Avenue)
Marriage of a siblingOrval Harold PresserAnna KullView this family
Type: Religious marriage
about 1938 (Age 20 years)
Death of a motherEmma Janke
July 7, 1950 (Age 32 years)
Marriage of a siblingPhilip KullBertha Simon-MillerView this family
after 1960 (Age 42 years)

Death of a brotherPhilip Kull
January 8, 1974 (Age 56 years)
Burial of a brotherPhilip Kull
January 1974 (Age 56 years)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.91208 Longitude: W097.12050

Cemetery: Elmwood Cemetery
Citation details: Section 10A Grave 494
Note:
Buried with his wife Elizabeth. w3w address: loads.blazing.fight
Death of a fatherGustav “George” Kull
December 5, 1976 (Age 59 years)
Address: Salvation Army Golden West Centennial Lodge 811 School Rd. Winnipeg, MB http://www.goldenwestlodge.ca/
Death of a brotherAndreas (Andrew) “Andy” Kull
June 28, 1990 (Age 72 years)
Burial of a brotherAndreas (Andrew) “Andy” Kull
June 1990 (Age 72 years)
Winnipeg MB CAN
Latitude: N49.8439683 Longitude: W96.9903121

Address: Hwy. #1 East at Green Acres Lane Winnipeg, MB R2C 2Z3 Tel: 204-222-3241
Cemetery: Green Acres Cemetery
Note:
Service at Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rev. R .Kruesel Buried beside his wife Caroline at Green Acres. http://www.greenacresmemorial.com/templatethree.asp?lid=1118
Death of a sisterAnna Kull
October 2, 1997 (Age 79 years)
Note: The newspaper clipping is from the Winnipeg Free Press, date unknown.
Death of a sisterRosalie Julianna “Rose Rosie Rozi” Kull
July 19, 200623:25 CDT (Age 88 years)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.913299 Longitude: W97.065101

Address: Concordia Hospital
Cause: COPD (Chronic obstructive heart disease), old age
Text:
ROSALIE (ROSE) JULIANNA SNYDER (nee KULL) October 16, 1915 to July 19, 2006 With great sadness, we announce the peaceful passing of Rose Snyder surrounded by loving family at Concordia Hos pital. Predeceased in 19 59 by husban d Eric Hans Snyder(Schn eider); siblings, Phillip, Elsie, Andrew and Anna; and many friends. Fifth of seven children of Gustav and Emma (Janke) Kull, Rose lived her long and full life in Elmwood. Surviving her and cherishing her memory are children, Eric (Helen)of Ottawa, Robert (Leslie) and their children Jonathon and Stephan; sister Tina (Val) Kauk; brother Ernie (Eileen); large extended family; and many friends. Our eternal gratitude to the entire staff at Concordia Hospital 3W for their excellentcare and service, with extra-special thanks to nurses Laura and Naomi, constantly there for Rose and her family in her final hours. Cremation has taken place; memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 27, at Holy CrossLutheran Church, Grey and McCalman in Elmwood. Private family interment at Elmwood Cemetery at later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Rose's memory can be made to the Concordia Foundation Inc., 1095 Concordia Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R2K 3S8,or Holy Cross Lutheran Churc h Memorial Fund, 708 McCalman Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R2L 1G7. CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL 586-8044
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On the day of her death, July 19, 2006... At Concordia Hospital in Winnipeg Many visitors on that day... Robert & Leslie Snyder, Eric Snyder, Jonathan Snyder, Stephan Snyder,; Eileen Kull, Emma Yakel, Tina Kauk, Dennis Kauk, Murray Kull, Alex (Bancroft), Ernest & Melody Kull On the phone: Ellen Bancroft Nurses: Laura, Naomi, Michelle, Alicia, Tina Chaplain: Kathleen Rempel Boschman Pastor: Richard Kruesel; last rights
Burial of a sisterRosalie Julianna “Rose Rosie Rozi” Kull
July 28, 200610:00am (Age 88 years)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.912480 Longitude: W97.118960

Cemetery: Elmwood Cemetery
Text:
The grave location is Grave 7, Section 6B aspect.damage.investor https://map.what3words.com/aspect.damage.investor

Death December 29, 20064:00 CST (Age 89 years)
Address: Deer Lodge Centre
Cause of death: Complications of a stroke
Date of entry in original source: January 2, 2007
Text:
WILLIAM ERNEST KULL WILLIAM ERNEST KULL November 14, 1917 to December 29, 2006 With great sadness we announce the passing of Ernie Kull, surrounded by family and love, at Deer Lodge Centre on December 29, 2006. Predeceased by parents Gustav and Emma (Janke)�� �Kull; siblings Phillip, Andrew, Elsie, Anna and Rose; grandchildren Ryan and Amy; mother-in-law Nora (Taman) McGregor; and his fishing buddy Bert McGregor. On the day of his passing he had celebrated 61 years of marriage to his surviv ing wifeEileen. Ernie is survived by his sister Tina Kauk. He is also survived by his loving family; daughter Linda (Eric) Stearns and children Eric, Kevin (Serena) and Tim, and grandchild Augustus; daughter Noraleen (Terry) Bertrand and children Tammy(Brian), Krista (Mike) and Sharon (Trevor), and grandchildren Justin, Brayden, Madilyn, Kelvin and Eliot; son Ernest (Melodie) and children Jason, Jennifer �� �(Paul) and Jeff (Carrie), and grandchildren Kayla, Preston, Megan, Christina, Zacharyand Jordan; son Murray (Darlene) and children Kerri, Jamie and Frank (Corinne), and grandchildren Keenyn, Khelyn, Er ik and Kristin; daughter Penny (Herman) Dettman and child Cameron; son Martin (Julia) and children Jamie Leigh, Matthew, Jess,Stella and Eva; as well as many in-laws, nieces and nephews. Up until the time of his stroke in F ebruary 2006 Ernie lived his entire active life in Elmwood. He was a lifelong member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church where he was baptized, attendedschool, confirmed, was married and sang in the choir. He worked for over 40 years at the Co-Op Implem ents factory until his retirement on his 65th birthday. During his early working days he took a leave and enlisted in Canada's armed forces andserved with pride as a Sergeant in the Canadian Light Infantry from 1942 to 1946. It is during this time of service that he met another enlistee, Eileen Mae Taman, and they were married on December 29, 1945. Their marital journey lasted 61years and produced a loving family of 6 children, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Ernie loved his f amily dearly and was a remarkable role model to all. His unique lessons of life and sense of humour have become a family legacy andwill be passed down for generations. Ernie also loved his music, his fishing and was very active in a variety of spo rts throughout his life, and right up until the time of his stroke he was a regular at Chateau Bowling lanes, in spite of hisloss of vision. His physically active lifestyle was the envy of his family. Ernie touched all our hearts in a very special way and will be deeply and sadly missed but never forgotten. A very special and heartfelt thank you to the staff of Lodge6 at Deer Lodge Centre for the excellent care and support they provided to Ernie and his family, and in particular to Hermie who gave him such comfort with her songs and devotions. Special thanks also to everyone who took the time to visit withErnie over the past ten months. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 10:30 a.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, McCalman and Grey, with visitation one hour prior to service. Interment to follow at Transcona Cemetery.Pallbearers will be Eric Stearns Sr., Terry Bertrand, Jeff Kull, Jamie Kull, Herman Dettman and Martin Kull. Flowers graciously declin ed, however, donations in Ernie's memory may be made to the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 708McCalman Ave., Winnipeg MB R2L 1G7. Arrangements entrusted to: Glen Eden Funeral Home 4477 Main Street 338-7111
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Burial January 4, 200710:30 (6 days after death)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.88404 Longitude: W96.96407

Address: 5014 Dugald Road Winnipeg, MB
Cemetery: Transcona Cemetery
Note:
http://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-115652/name-William_Kull/date-range-all/keyword-Kull/order-publish_date%7CDESC,last_name%7CASC,first_name%7CASC/ WILLIAM ERNEST KULL November 14, 1917 to December 29, 2006 With great sadness we announce the passing of Ernie Kull, surrounded by family and love, at Deer Lodge Centre on December 29, 2006. Predeceased by parents Gustav and Emma (Janke) Kull; siblings Phillip, Andrew, Elsie, Anna and Rose; grandchildren Ryan and Amy; mother-in-law Nora (Taman) McGregor; and his fishing buddy Bert McGregor. On the day of his passing he had celebrated 61 years of marriage to his surviving wife Eileen. Ernie is survived by his sister Tina Kauk. He is also survived by his loving family; daughter Linda (Eric) Stearns and children Eric, Kevin (Serena) and Tim, and grandchild Augustus; daughter Noraleen (Terry) Bertrand and children Tammy (Brian), Krista (Mike) and Sharon (Trevor), and grandchildren Justin, Brayden, Madilyn, Kelvin and Eliot; son Ernest (Melodie) and children Jason, Jennifer (Paul) and Jeff (Carrie), and grandchildren Kayla, Preston, Megan, Christina, Zachary and Jordan; son Murray (Darlene) and children Kerri, Jamie and Frank (Corinne), and grandchildren Keenyn, Khelyn, Erik and Kristin; daughter Penny (Herman) Dettman and child Cameron; son Martin (Julia) and children Jamie Leigh, Matthew, Jess, Stella and Eva; as well as many in-laws, nieces and nephews. Up until the time of his stroke in February 2006 Ernie lived his entire active life in Elmwood. He was a lifelong member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church where he was baptized, attended school, confirmed, was married and sang in the choir. He worked for over 40 years at the Co-Op Implements factory until his retirement on his 65th birthday. During his early working days he took a leave and enlisted in Canada's armed forces and served with pride as a Sergeant in the Canadian Light Infantry from 1942 to 1946. It is during this time of service that he met another enlistee, Eileen Mae Taman, and they were married on December 29, 1945. Their marital journey lasted 61 years and produced a loving family of 6 children, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Ernie loved his family dearly and was a remarkable role model to all. His unique lessons of life and sense of humour have become a family legacy and will be passed down for generations. Ernie also loved his music, his fishing and was very active in a variety of sports throughout his life, and right up until the time of his stroke he was a regular at Chateau Bowling lanes, in spite of his loss of vision. His physically active lifestyle was the envy of his family. Ernie touched all our hearts in a very special way and will be deeply and sadly missed but never forgotten. A very special and heartfelt thank you to the staff of Lodge 6 at Deer Lodge Centre for the excellent care and support they provided to Ernie and his family, and in particular to Hermie who gave him such comfort with her songs and devotions. Special thanks also to everyone who took the time to visit with Ernie over the past ten months. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 10:30 a.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, McCalman and Grey, with visitation one hour prior to service. Interment to follow at Transcona Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Eric Stearns Sr., Terry Bertrand, Jeff Kull, Jamie Kull, Herman Dettman and Martin Kull. Flowers graciously declined, however, donations in Ernie's memory may be made to the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 708 McCalman Ave., Winnipeg MB R2L 1G7. Arrangements entrusted to: Glen Eden Funeral Home 4477 Main Street 338-7111
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father
mother
Marriage: February 16, 1904Luck, Wolhynien, RUS
1 year
elder brother
22 months
elder sister
Elsi Kull
Birth: December 13, 1906 22 19Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Death: January 21, 1908Winnipeg, MB, CAN
23 months
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2 years
elder sister
3 years
elder sister
2 years
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himself
Wilhelm Ernst “Ernie” Kull
Birth: November 14, 1917 33 29Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Death: December 29, 2006Winnipeg, MB, CAN

DeathWinnipeg Free Press - Passages Manitoba
Date of entry in original source: January 2, 2007
Text:
WILLIAM ERNEST KULL WILLIAM ERNEST KULL November 14, 1917 to December 29, 2006 With great sadness we announce the passing of Ernie Kull, surrounded by family and love, at Deer Lodge Centre on December 29, 2006. Predeceased by parents Gustav and Emma (Janke)�� �Kull; siblings Phillip, Andrew, Elsie, Anna and Rose; grandchildren Ryan and Amy; mother-in-law Nora (Taman) McGregor; and his fishing buddy Bert McGregor. On the day of his passing he had celebrated 61 years of marriage to his surviv ing wifeEileen. Ernie is survived by his sister Tina Kauk. He is also survived by his loving family; daughter Linda (Eric) Stearns and children Eric, Kevin (Serena) and Tim, and grandchild Augustus; daughter Noraleen (Terry) Bertrand and children Tammy(Brian), Krista (Mike) and Sharon (Trevor), and grandchildren Justin, Brayden, Madilyn, Kelvin and Eliot; son Ernest (Melodie) and children Jason, Jennifer �� �(Paul) and Jeff (Carrie), and grandchildren Kayla, Preston, Megan, Christina, Zacharyand Jordan; son Murray (Darlene) and children Kerri, Jamie and Frank (Corinne), and grandchildren Keenyn, Khelyn, Er ik and Kristin; daughter Penny (Herman) Dettman and child Cameron; son Martin (Julia) and children Jamie Leigh, Matthew, Jess,Stella and Eva; as well as many in-laws, nieces and nephews. Up until the time of his stroke in F ebruary 2006 Ernie lived his entire active life in Elmwood. He was a lifelong member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church where he was baptized, attendedschool, confirmed, was married and sang in the choir. He worked for over 40 years at the Co-Op Implem ents factory until his retirement on his 65th birthday. During his early working days he took a leave and enlisted in Canada's armed forces andserved with pride as a Sergeant in the Canadian Light Infantry from 1942 to 1946. It is during this time of service that he met another enlistee, Eileen Mae Taman, and they were married on December 29, 1945. Their marital journey lasted 61years and produced a loving family of 6 children, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Ernie loved his f amily dearly and was a remarkable role model to all. His unique lessons of life and sense of humour have become a family legacy andwill be passed down for generations. Ernie also loved his music, his fishing and was very active in a variety of spo rts throughout his life, and right up until the time of his stroke he was a regular at Chateau Bowling lanes, in spite of hisloss of vision. His physically active lifestyle was the envy of his family. Ernie touched all our hearts in a very special way and will be deeply and sadly missed but never forgotten. A very special and heartfelt thank you to the staff of Lodge6 at Deer Lodge Centre for the excellent care and support they provided to Ernie and his family, and in particular to Hermie who gave him such comfort with her songs and devotions. Special thanks also to everyone who took the time to visit withErnie over the past ten months. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 10:30 a.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, McCalman and Grey, with visitation one hour prior to service. Interment to follow at Transcona Cemetery.Pallbearers will be Eric Stearns Sr., Terry Bertrand, Jeff Kull, Jamie Kull, Herman Dettman and Martin Kull. Flowers graciously declin ed, however, donations in Ernie's memory may be made to the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 708McCalman Ave., Winnipeg MB R2L 1G7. Arrangements entrusted to: Glen Eden Funeral Home 4477 Main Street 338-7111
Quality of data: questionable evidence
Birth
2007-12-18 Except for the short spell on Bertrand St, Ernie spent his entire life in the Elmwood area of Winnipeg, MB. (McCalman, Castle, Windsor Avenue)
Burial
http://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-115652/name-William_Kull/date-range-all/keyword-Kull/order-publish_date%7CDESC,last_name%7CASC,first_name%7CASC/ WILLIAM ERNEST KULL November 14, 1917 to December 29, 2006 With great sadness we announce the passing of Ernie Kull, surrounded by family and love, at Deer Lodge Centre on December 29, 2006. Predeceased by parents Gustav and Emma (Janke) Kull; siblings Phillip, Andrew, Elsie, Anna and Rose; grandchildren Ryan and Amy; mother-in-law Nora (Taman) McGregor; and his fishing buddy Bert McGregor. On the day of his passing he had celebrated 61 years of marriage to his surviving wife Eileen. Ernie is survived by his sister Tina Kauk. He is also survived by his loving family; daughter Linda (Eric) Stearns and children Eric, Kevin (Serena) and Tim, and grandchild Augustus; daughter Noraleen (Terry) Bertrand and children Tammy (Brian), Krista (Mike) and Sharon (Trevor), and grandchildren Justin, Brayden, Madilyn, Kelvin and Eliot; son Ernest (Melodie) and children Jason, Jennifer (Paul) and Jeff (Carrie), and grandchildren Kayla, Preston, Megan, Christina, Zachary and Jordan; son Murray (Darlene) and children Kerri, Jamie and Frank (Corinne), and grandchildren Keenyn, Khelyn, Erik and Kristin; daughter Penny (Herman) Dettman and child Cameron; son Martin (Julia) and children Jamie Leigh, Matthew, Jess, Stella and Eva; as well as many in-laws, nieces and nephews. Up until the time of his stroke in February 2006 Ernie lived his entire active life in Elmwood. He was a lifelong member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church where he was baptized, attended school, confirmed, was married and sang in the choir. He worked for over 40 years at the Co-Op Implements factory until his retirement on his 65th birthday. During his early working days he took a leave and enlisted in Canada's armed forces and served with pride as a Sergeant in the Canadian Light Infantry from 1942 to 1946. It is during this time of service that he met another enlistee, Eileen Mae Taman, and they were married on December 29, 1945. Their marital journey lasted 61 years and produced a loving family of 6 children, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Ernie loved his family dearly and was a remarkable role model to all. His unique lessons of life and sense of humour have become a family legacy and will be passed down for generations. Ernie also loved his music, his fishing and was very active in a variety of sports throughout his life, and right up until the time of his stroke he was a regular at Chateau Bowling lanes, in spite of his loss of vision. His physically active lifestyle was the envy of his family. Ernie touched all our hearts in a very special way and will be deeply and sadly missed but never forgotten. A very special and heartfelt thank you to the staff of Lodge 6 at Deer Lodge Centre for the excellent care and support they provided to Ernie and his family, and in particular to Hermie who gave him such comfort with her songs and devotions. Special thanks also to everyone who took the time to visit with Ernie over the past ten months. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 10:30 a.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, McCalman and Grey, with visitation one hour prior to service. Interment to follow at Transcona Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Eric Stearns Sr., Terry Bertrand, Jeff Kull, Jamie Kull, Herman Dettman and Martin Kull. Flowers graciously declined, however, donations in Ernie's memory may be made to the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 708 McCalman Ave., Winnipeg MB R2L 1G7. Arrangements entrusted to: Glen Eden Funeral Home 4477 Main Street 338-7111
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Penny Ann, Noraleen, Linda Ernest, [Jamie**], Martin. ** Sitting in for Murray Kull.
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Note: This beautiful image was posted on Facebook on Ernie's 100th birthday, 2017-11-14, by his daughter Penny Kull-Detman.