OBITUARY

Robert B. Kullman

November 23, 1920January 6, 2014

KULLMAN, Robert B. died Jan. 7, 2014. He was born in Manhattan, New York on Nov. 23, 1920. He attended Woodmere High School and Fordham University in New York Class of 1943. He served in World War II as a Master Staff Sargent. He was honorably discharged from active duty in 1946. He then joined his father in the Commodity Market at 2 Broadway, New York. He was a member of Game Coin, African Safari Club, Safari Club International, EAL Silver Liners, American Legion and Elks BPOE 1898. He was very involved with the Ocean Club in Atlantic Beach, NY and retired as Chairman Emeritus having served the club as a member for 40 years. He is survived by his wife Dorothy Schroeder Kullman, nephews Jerry Brettner, Leigh Schroeder, Scott Schroeder and niece Lynda Gould. Visitation will be from 6-8 pm Sat. Jan 11th with a Service at 7 pm at KRAEER FH 1199 E. Sample Rd. Pompano Beach, Fl. 33065 (954) 946-2900. Graveside Service will be 10:30 am Mon. Jan 13th at Nassau Knolls Cemetery , Port Washington, NY. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to American Legion Post 162, Deerfield Beach, Fl.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 11, 2014
  • Funeral Service Saturday, January 11, 2014
  • Graveside Service Monday, January 13, 2014
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Robert B. Kullman

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Dennis Connor

January 17, 2014

Lisa and I are saddened by this news. Mr. Kullman, as I knew him growing up at Ocean Club, was a dear friend of my parents. I will forever remember the the nights when we could all sleep over and the Kullmans, Hetlers,and O'Connors would get together. Those were special nights at a special time at a special place. Mr. Kullman will always be respected and forever missed. I guess those special nights can again take place in perhaps a more special place. God bless!

Sandra Roberts

January 9, 2014

My sincere condolences go out to Dorothy and to Bob's family; he was quite a man! Weren't we all lucky to have been in his presence on many occasions.

FROM THE FAMILY