Paul William Kulsziski

February 1, 1966August 12, 2019

Paul William Kulsziski, 53, passed away August 12, 2019. Paul was born on February 1, 1966 in West Orange, New Jersey to Pete and Bonnie Kulsziski.

They moved to Colorado when Paul was 8 years old where they began to build their family home in San Isabel. Paul graduated from Rye High School in 1985. Paul worked for Sperry and Unysis Corporation. He went on to get his Bachelor degree at the University of Southern Colorado. He was then accepted into the accelerated program at Highland University New Mexico where he graduated with honors with his Master’s degree in Social work. He went on to work for the Colorado Department of Correction in Canon City as a therapist for 10 years. He truly enjoyed his fellow co-workers; especially his “sister”, as he would call her, Laura. Paul enjoyed his family and friends, camping, traveling, and fishing.

Paul is preceded in death by his mother Bonnie Kulsziski. He is survived by his wife of 32 years, Judy; his father Pete Kulsziski and special friends Sue Gilland; 5 sons; Adam, Matt, Anthony, Michael, and Dustin; 1 daughter Jessica; 6 grandchildren; Aspen, Willow, Constance, Tucker, Ethan, Wolfe, and soon to be here Stella. He is also survived by Pete and Kim Kulsziski niece’s Mikayla and Ariel; nephew Pete; special adopted sons Aaron, and Kevin; special friends Janice, and Denise. Paul will be missed, and always loved.

A Celebration of Life will be held on September 7, 2019. For details please contact Matt or Judy.


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Sheila Neely

August 15, 2019

In Paul's younger years he and I would make home made pizza's at his parents house. He would load the pizza's up. I have many fond memories of us laughing and having a good time making our pizza's for everyone.

Sue Gilliland

August 15, 2019

I was privileged to share in the last 16 years of Paul's life. He was an incredibly caring person and was always there to lend an ear if you needed to talk or a hand if you needed something done. Thanks for unconditionally accepting me as part of your family! You are truly missed by all.