Frederick Hamilton Kuhlke

Augusta, Georgia


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Mr. Frederick Hamilton "Hammy" Kuhlke, 76, husband of Mary Angela Kuhlke, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on Tuesday, October 31, 2017.Mr. Kuhlke, a native and lifelong resident of Augusta, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Bernhardt Kuhlke, Sr. He...

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Jennifer & Stan, My heart felt prayers are with you & your family during this difficult time.

A very special person. May time lessen the sorrow of your loss and increase all of your fond memories.

The Georgia-Carolina Council National Eagle Scout Association Committee extends thoughts of deep and sincere sympathy to the family of Frederick Hamilton Kuhlke at this time of mourning.
May your memories bring you comfort.

A true southern gentleman in all ways. His forever smile, his great looks and dress, his always asking about you, and much more were wonderful qualities. I will add that the entire Kuhkle family are some of the nicest and caring people in our city.

I am very sorry for your loss and you will be in my prayers.

I only had the opportunity to do business with this wonderful man, but he was extremely fair and generous, His great looks, his wonderful smile, his gift for conversation, and always asking and caring more about you personally, more than a business transaction. He as truly 1 in a million. I will add that though ALL of the Kuhlke family are the greatest and seem the happiest and set a good example for everyone else.

I am sorry for your loss and you will be in my prayers.

Praying for sweet memories to last until you see him again and a peace that comes from knowing your salvation. Love, Lisa & Allen Blalock

Hammy was the best example of everything good in this life. He will be missed by everyone who ever came in contact with him.

What an amazing man who loved his family, community, church, and Lord! His legacy will remain forever. We send our love and prayers.
The Kittle Family

Hammy always had a smile on his face. His enthusiasm for life was infectious!