Kenneth-Hulin-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Cooper Funeral Home - Tecumseh

Kenneth Hulin

Nov 7, 1929 - Jun 7, 2014

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we are deeply saddened for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Brent and Gina Sparks.

Our thoughts and prayers go to the family.

Aunt Wanda Sorry to hear about uncle Kenneth. Know you and the kids are in our prayers

I had great respect and admiration for Kenneth. He was one of Tecumseh's leading businessmen for years. He allowed me to have credit at his APCO service station when I was a very young man, but he treated me as a grown man. His passing is certainly sad, its almost as if I lost a favorite uncle or other relative and my prayers are with his loved ones.

Wanda: I do believe you & Kenneth are in this photo, next to Dad & Mom.

Wanda & family, please accept my condolences & prayers for peace at Kenneth's passing. When I think of the 'pillars' of Tecumseh (& friends of my parents), you & Kenneth were certainly on the list. I trust that he, Dad & Mom (& so many others) are having a grand reunion now!

To the family: I am sorry for the loss of your loved one. I will keep you in my prayers. God Bless you all.

I was surprised and saddened to open the paper and see of Kenneth's passing. I worked for Kenneth's Apco station, on and off part time from 1967 to 1975. Kenneth taught me how to interact with the public and all about the service station business, which has helped in my life immensely. He put great trust in me by handling opening, closing and accounting for the station, this gave me much confidence. I have always had great respect and love for Kenneth. He always treated me like a man, when at...

Dear Family: I am so sorry to read of Kenneth's passing. I have always held him in high regard, and as a classmate, we go back a long time. You have my deepest sympathy.

Obituary

Kenneth's Obituary

Kenneth went to be with the Lord at home on Saturday, June 7, 2014, at the age of 84. He was born in Tecumseh on November 7, 1929, and remained there as a lifelong resident. After graduation from Tecumseh High School as a three sport letterman in 1947 he served his country in the Korean War in...

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