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Kenneth M. Kulp

            Kenneth M. Kulp, 56, of East Greenville, passed away on Tuesday,

January 18, 2022, at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest. 

            Born in Pottstown, he was the loving son of Barbara M. (Lake) Kulp of Red Hill and the late Terrence "Terry" Kulp, Sr.

            Kenny was a mason, a small engine repair man by trade but most importantly, a family man at heart. He adored his family; they meant the world to him. His greatest role in life was being a caring, and devoted husband, dad, pop-pop, uncle, son and brother.  He was honored to be called each and every one of those titles.

            Ken loved to talk and would often be found telling stories and reminiscing. This was one of his most endearing traits. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking, drag racing as well as working on and building cars and trucks with his sons Corey and Joe.

            He also loved the outdoors, exploring and just spending time with Glor.  If asked, he would say his most favorite memories in life were doing things with his "Best Little Buddy, Dewey" (Brayden), his "Little Cupcake Jazlyn", spending time fishing on the boat with Caitlyn squishing minnows in her toes and building Legos with Logan … All of whom he was so proud of and loved more than life itself.  He cherished every single moment he spent with his children, his nieces, nephews, grandchildren, family and friends.

            He will be greatly missed by his wife, Gloria, together 34 years; his two sons, Corey Kulp (fiancé, Carynn), and Joseph Breyer; and his three grandchildren, Brayden Breyer, Jazlyn Schmoyer and Madison. He is also survived by his two brothers, Yogi Kulp (wife Tina) and Chris Kulp (wife Tawnecia); two nieces, Caitlyn and Erin, and four nephews, Rick, Logan, Eric and Jacob; as well as two sisters-in-law, Tammy Gindlesperger and Jody Wink (husband Bob).

            A Memorial to pay respects will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, February 12, 2022, at Mann-Slonaker Funeral Home, 222 Washington St., East Greenville, PA 18041. 

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