Darline-Vulich-Obituary

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Darline S. Vulich

Clinton, Iowa

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Lemke Funeral Home Obituary

Darline S. Vulich, 90, of Clinton, Iowa passed away peacefully at the Alverno on Friday, November 10, 2017. A private family burial service will take place on Wednesday, November 15, at Clinton Lawn Cemetery. Lemke Funeral Homes assisted the family with arrangements. Darline was born December 11, 1926 in Savanna, Illinois the daughter of Louis and Herminy (Bahnsen) LeRol. Darline was a 1945 graduate of Clinton High School. Darline was united in marriage to Bernard Vulich, at the Little Brown Church, in Nashua, Iowa on October 4, 1955. She was a long-time member of the First United Methodist Church in Clinton. She worked at AT&T, Van Allen's and Klines Department Store. She was also a homemaker for her three children. She enjoyed sewing, playing Bingo, cooking for family, friends and her church circle. Above all, she loved her family very much and will be sadly missed. Darline is survived by her husband of 62 years – Bernard Vulich of Clinton, IA; one daughter – Julie Vulich of Madison WI; two sons – Dan Vulich of Parkersburg, WV and Nick Vulich of Davenport, IA; with 5 grandchildren and great grandchildren. Preceding Darline in death were her parents and brothers – Louis and Sylvan LeRol.

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Darline was a wonderful lady. She always wanted to be just so. She had a beautiful spirit and loved God. She was always willing to smile and chat. I loved talking with her about her family, especially Berny. She loved him so much, every time she spoke of him her eyes would shine. She was always worried about her children and wanted to know where they were at all times. Such a blessing and now she is blessed to be in heaven with all the other angels. Sorry for the loss, but know she is...

Dan and family. May the lord greet Darline with open arms, and to bless all of you in this time of remembrance...l. Dan and Kim Bentley

Julie, Dan, Nick,
I always liked your mom. She was always good to me. I'm very sorry for your loss.
Please say hi to your dad for me.
Tom Rehr