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In Memory of

Anthony Kulinich

July 20, 1921 - November 22, 2016

Obituary


Anthony Kulinich was born July 20,1921 in Coatesville, Pa. He was the son of Anton and Mary Kulinich. He lived there where he married Pearl. They moved to New Holland, then moved to Hebron, Ohio with their daughter Joyce. He passed away on Nov.22 at 95 years of age after a sort stay at Chapel Grove Inn in Heath, Ohio.
"Tony" and his wife Pearl celebrated their 73rd anniversary on May 8 2016.
He had 3 sisters and 2 brothers, all preceding him in death.
(Mary McCardell, Helen Leslie, Elizabeth Branson, Michael...

Anthony Kulinich was born July 20,1921 in Coatesville, Pa. He was the son of Anton and Mary Kulinich. He lived there where he married Pearl. They moved to New Holland, then moved to Hebron, Ohio with their daughter Joyce. He passed away on Nov.22 at 95 years of age after a sort stay at Chapel Grove Inn in Heath, Ohio.
"Tony" and his wife Pearl celebrated their 73rd anniversary on May 8 2016.
He had 3 sisters and 2 brothers, all preceding him in death.
(Mary McCardell, Helen Leslie, Elizabeth Branson, Michael Kulinich, John Kulinich)
He worked at Lukens Steel for 40 years. In 1940 he was in the first class to graduate from the new Coatesville High School. He was the first lifetime member of the Atglen Sportsman's Club and was very active at the club. He was an avid hunter. He had a special interest in archery and won numerous trophies in that endeavor. He also enjoyed deep sea fishing for flounder and playing baseball. As a member of the Olive Street Presbyterian Church in Coatesville, Pa., he often provided transportation for folks who could not drive. "Tony" was always ready to help whenever there was a need. He was a loving and supportive father to his children Joyce and Anthony. He is survived by his wife Pearl Kulinich , his two children: Joyce Teti, Hebron, Ohio, who was his caregiver and with whom he lived for several years, and a son Anthony Kulinich Jr. and his wife Paulette, Denver, Pa., along with several nieces Darla Ames and Tammy Paisley , and a cousin Sandy Nunemaker. All live in the Coatesville area.
Services will be held at Olive Street Presbyterian Church on Thursday, Dec. 1 2016 at 11 AM, with visitation from 10 to 11, and burial service following at Fairview Cemetery. Contributions in lieu of flowers can be made to Olive Street Presbyterian Church, 1400 Olive Street, Coatesville, Pa. 19320.