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John Kuller Dies: Longtime Boeing Worker, Wrote for Edmonds Beacon

A memorial service is Friday at Holy Rosary Church.

Memorial services will be held Friday for longtime Edmonds resident John Wesley Kuller, who died Aug. 28, 2012. He was 80.

The service is at 11 a.m. at h, 630 Seventh Ave. N., Edmonds.

Mr. Killer was born June 20, 1932, in Deer Lodge, MT. He began working at Boeing at age 18, eventually capping a 45-year-career at the aerospace company.

Active in the homeowners’ associations both in Palm Desert, CA, and Edmonds, he ran a number of construction jobs, including the past two years overseeing the renovation of the .

Mr. Kuller loved writing, and was the author of a column in the Edmonds Beacon called “Hear and There with John Kuller.”

He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Patricia, four children, LaRene, Michelle, Mark and Whalen, one sister, Kathy Chase, and 7 grandchildren. Mr. Keller was preceded in death by his grandson, Blake.

For the full obituary, go to Beck's Funeral Home Web site.

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