Charles-Kulosa-Obituary

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Charles A Kulosa

Tampa, Florida

Dec 20, 1949 – Oct 30, 2017

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Blount & Curry, Terrace Oaks Funeral Home and Crematory Obituary

Charles A. Kulosa, age 67, passed away in Tampa, Florida on Oct. 30, 2017. He was born on Dec. 20, 1949 in Madison, Wisconsin to the parents of Arthur and Beatrice (Borski).

As a young man, Chuck joined the Seminary because he loved people, later working in a hospital as an orderly in...

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I worked with Chuck at Chase and sat next to him for a few years. Chuck had a knack of challenging you to use your imagination, especially with all his themed Pot Lucks. I will definitely miss his quirky sense of humor and his antagonistic ways. He will definitely be missed! I'll never look at an apple core the same way. My sincere condolences to his family, hopefully time will heal, and replace the emptiness with cherished memories.

I had the pleasure of working with Chuck for many years in QA at Chase. He was always so helpful and loved to show people how to do something rather than just do it for them. He was a very kind soul always taking care of the plants and feeding the fish and turtles that we have here at work. Chuck will be missed. I am so thankful to have known him.

I had the pleasure of working with Chuck during his earlier banking years (First Chicago NBD, BankOne, then JPMC). He was given the nickname Chuckles, because he loved to make people laugh, especially when working long hours to meet project deadlines. It was such a pleasure to work with him and know him. My condolences to his family during this difficult time.

Chuck made people laugh; he was smart, kind, friendly, and had a great sense of humor. He made everyone's day just a little better when he was around. May he rest in peace and always be in your hearts....

Chuck was a great neighbor and loved talking to our kids and showing them his collection of alligators and shark jaws, he will be missed. Our condolences to all his family and his devoted wife Kindy.
Love, The Barravecchio Family

My cousin Chuck, a beautiful soul- always wanting the best for his family and friends. I was fortunate to spend time with him this summer at his sister's house, Faye, with Gwen, Rick and his two sons, Greg and Brandon- the experience filled my heart. May he rest in peace and may his family remember him through the love he freely shared- xoRuss Borski