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Walter John Kulczycki

August 6, 1931 - February 13, 2023

U.S. Veteran

In keeping with his wishes, Walter will be cremated.  A private Mass and inurnment will be held by the family.

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My sincerest condolences. Mr. Kulczycki was one of my teachers at RW. Always enjoyed his classes.

Posted by Mike Saliga on February 20, 2023

I met Mr. Kulczycki through his sister Mary while they were enjoying dinner together at a local restaurant. I also know his sister Olga briefly from Nutter Fort school. The three of them together are in my memory as three of the most interesting people, and knowledgeable people that I have ever met. The three of them are so kind and I enjoyed talking with them. His sister Mary is the one that I met first she was a teacher at Nutter Fort elementary and I was a volunteer there for several years. And to his remaining family I pray that the good times, and the laughter and the kindness will get you through your sorrow.

Posted by Tammy Christopher on February 17, 2023

Mr Kulczycki was a great teacher and he just didn’t know science he knew a lot more about everything. I am sad he is gone he will be missed for a very long time RIP Mr Kulczycki you are in a much better place. Prayers for the family.

Posted by Lisa Walters Frymyer on February 17, 2023

I was privileged to have Mr. Kylczycki for science at RW Middle School. He was a great teacher and very devoted to his students. Prayers to his family🙏

Posted by Connie Belcastro on February 16, 2023

I enjoyed Mr. Kulczycki's science class. He was a great teacher!

Posted by Dianne Gain Trisler on February 16, 2023

“Our Mr. K” For 19 1/2 years we’ve been his neighbor, but he was more than just a neighbor and will be missed. He had an amazing memory and was a wealth of information. Although I never had him as a teacher, I’m pretty sure he remembered every student and always took time to talk to them when he saw them. He knew when every house in the neighborhood was built, the composition of the land and how things have changed over the years. He had an amazing faith, grew beautiful gardens and flowers, loved and was proud of his family and loved all animals, especially his dog Lily. We had some heartfelt talks over the years and especially the past few weeks. He was one of a kind and will be missed.

Posted by Terra Burnett on February 15, 2023

Enjoyed Mr kulczycki’s class, his sense of humor. He treated everyone with respect and was a great educator. Prayers to his family that God be with them in their loss!🙏🏻❤️

Posted by Deborah Cross on February 15, 2023

This man was one of three teachers I credit with having a great impact on my life. He taught a poor kid from Nutter Fort to believe in myself and work my way through college. One of the good guys in this world for sure.

Posted by Ron Owens on February 15, 2023

My sincerest condolences 🙏

Posted by Tino Medina on February 15, 2023

Mr. Kulczycki was one of my favorite teachers at RW. He always made science fun whether it was doing one of his experiments or a quirky comment he would make. I ran into him a few years at a restaurant and he still remembered me and my name, which shows that his students meant a lot to him.

Posted by Kelly Lanza on February 15, 2023

RIP Mr. Kulczycki. You were a great teacher and a kind soul.

Posted by Bea McDaniel on February 15, 2023

In the early 60’s Mr Kulczycki was my science teacher. I remember him as very kind and pleasant. I thought he was a dedicated teacher and I respected him. I send my sincere condolences to the family and pray for strength and comfort as they face this loss.

Posted by Cheryle Brown Randall on February 14, 2023

He was a tough but understanding teacher. After having him for science for 3 years he still remembered me when we saw each other 40 years later Rest in Peace.

Posted by Tammy Murray Seders on February 14, 2023

A wonderful gentleman. May he rest in peace. Be assured of my prayerful sympathy.

Posted by Rev John S Ledford on February 14, 2023

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