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Kenneth 
Julga

Julga, Kenneth
Passed away at his residence with his wife and family at his side on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 age 62 years. Preceded in death by his parents Walter and Louise Julga , and mother-in-law Delores Krafcheck. Loving husband of Jeannette (nee Krafcheck) for 21 years. Dear father of Bryan Krafcheck, Phil Julga, Jessica Julga, David Julga and Michael Julga. Proud grandpa of Joshua, Makalya, Abiegail, and Kamden. Brother of Arlene (Ronald) Ludka, Robert (Diane) Julga, Wayne (Judy) Julga. Son-in-law of Leroy Krafcheck. Brother-in-law of Elizabeth Krafcheck, Cindy Falkowski, Marianne (Ray) Ciezki, Eileen (Ken) Baranowski, and Christopher Krafcheck. Ken will be missed by many other relatives and friends.

Visitation Tuesday, June 7th at ST. GREGORY THE GREAT CHURCH, 3160 S. 63rd Street from 4-5:45 PM. Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 6:00 PM. Private entombment St. Adalbert’s Cemetery.

Ken had a humorous demeanor and lighthearted spirit. He loved ham radio and belonged to several clubs. He enjoyed the simpler side of life with his wife and family. His several nicknames were Spider-Man, Jellybean, Grumpy and Sleepy. Ken and Jeannette were married at sunset on the Kaanapali Shores in Maui, Hawaii. Ken worked at Allen Bradley, Briggs & Stratton, and Stratec Security as an electrician. Much appreciation to Seasons Hospice, Dr. Noor and Dr. Roberts for assisting Ken in his final journey of life. Long live the beauty that comes down and through and onto all of us.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
www.heritagefuneral.com

Past Comments

Arlene Ludka

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Tootsie

I miss you still so much. The first year was hard enough but the second was worse. Learning to live without you is hard. I keep wanting to call you, rush home, share things, cuddle and just talk. My gentle man how I miss you. Your health has failed you and we fought the battle. I keep thinking what if this or that. You know I fought this battle of yours more then you because I knew I was losing you long before all this started to trend down. I’m exhausted, life is hard alone. You were there for me in ways I appreciated. Some day I will join you. But my time is not here. So I go on with you only in my heart.

Jean Julga

He will remain in our hearts forever. Jean, Phil, Jess, Dave, and grandson Kamden.

Arlene Ludka

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wayne and Judy

Each time we were with Ken,through the years we found him to be a very sensitive caring person:very genuine with a big heart.
Our bible verse we lean on is proverbs chapter 3 verses 5 and 6.
May the Lord bring you peace Jeannette.
You will be in our hearts and prayers.
Wayne and Judy

Jeannette julga

Ken and Jeannette met over the CB-RADIO radio. We were Spiderman and Tootsie. We met alot of nice people and ended up going out socially as a group of families on picnics, going out to eat, dancing, playing cards, going to festivals and just sitting around socializing with each other. It was a start of a relationship that landed on the Kaanapali shores of Maui where we shared our vows on the beach at sunset. We shared the saying when people would ask about how many children we had, we would say “we have yours, mine and ours”. We were active in the church at St Gregory the Great volunteering with various fundraisers, scouts, bookfairs. We lived simply and enjoyed what life had to offer. Weathered the storms and enjoyed the happy times we shared with each other and as a family. Ken loved our dogs Maui and Zip. Ken loved to take naps alot and the dogs joined him. Ken had a motorcycle at one time and we took long rides in the country. Ken had diabetes most of his life and it was a struggle for him. He loved vanilla custard. He recently had a prolong hospitalization and gave quite a fight with multiple complications occurring along the way. His goal was to come home and indeed he did. His family and friends shared in his last leg of his journey. I miss my husband but as he would say often to me I’m always here for you.

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