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Robert (Bob) John Kulo

July 25, 1936 – January 21, 2021


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Dr. Robert (Bob) John Kulo of Apache Junction, Arizona passed away on January 21, 2021.

He was born in Rockville, Connecticut on July 25, 1936 to Helen (Grygiel) and Joseph Kulo, both deceased. He is also preceded in death by his brother, Frank Kulo. His older brother, Edwin (Walter) Kulo of Tipp City, Ohio, passed away just 4 days after Bob.

Bob was a Professor of English and Speech Communication at Salve Regina University in
Newport, Rhode Island. When he retired from there in 1996, Bob bought an RV to travel the country. He rekindled relationships with many family members and friends in his travels. While staying at the Holy Trinity Monastery in St. David, Arizona, Bob became an oblate of St. Benedict and was forever bonded with the Benedictine Order. Bob later settled in Apache Junction and he taught as adjunct faculty at Mesa Community College for many years. Throughout his teaching career, Bob was happy to aid young people in overcoming their fear of public speaking, for which Bob had a natural
disposition. He loved to talk to people and tell stories.

The funeral mass will take place Thursday, February 11th, 2021 at 10:0AM at St George’s Catholic Church. Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa, Arizona will be the final resting place for Bob. Arrangements by Superstition Cremation and Funeral Services of Apache Junction. In lieu of flowers, please remember Bob and all the departed in your prayers.

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  1. Debbie Robertson says:

    Thank you so much for letting me know, Bob will truly be missed!

  2. John mary Schweikarft says:

    I sat with Bob every Sunday @ mass at Holy Cross C.C. in our pew. I so enjoyed being with him both as a religious and a friend. We had alot of special friends together, and he’ll be missed greatly. Love you my friend, Sr. John mary

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Robert (Bob) John Kulo

July 25, 1936 – January 21, 2021


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Dr. Robert (Bob) John Kulo of Apache Junction, Arizona passed away on January 21, 2021.

He was born in Rockville, Connecticut on July 25, 1936 to Helen (Grygiel) and Joseph Kulo, both deceased. He is also preceded in death by his brother, Frank Kulo. His older brother, Edwin (Walter) Kulo of Tipp City, Ohio, passed away just 4 days after Bob.

Bob was a Professor of English and Speech Communication at Salve Regina University in
Newport, Rhode Island. When he retired from there in 1996, Bob bought an RV to travel the country. He rekindled relationships with many family members and friends in his travels. While staying at the Holy Trinity Monastery in St. David, Arizona, Bob became an oblate of St. Benedict and was forever bonded with the Benedictine Order. Bob later settled in Apache Junction and he taught as adjunct faculty at Mesa Community College for many years. Throughout his teaching career, Bob was happy to aid young people in overcoming their fear of public speaking, for which Bob had a natural
disposition. He loved to talk to people and tell stories.

The funeral mass will take place Thursday, February 11th, 2021 at 10:0AM at St George’s Catholic Church. Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa, Arizona will be the final resting place for Bob. Arrangements by Superstition Cremation and Funeral Services of Apache Junction. In lieu of flowers, please remember Bob and all the departed in your prayers.

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2 responses to “Robert (Bob) John Kulo”

  1. Debbie Robertson says:

    Thank you so much for letting me know, Bob will truly be missed!

  2. John mary Schweikarft says:

    I sat with Bob every Sunday @ mass at Holy Cross C.C. in our pew. I so enjoyed being with him both as a religious and a friend. We had alot of special friends together, and he’ll be missed greatly. Love you my friend, Sr. John mary

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