Obit: Krultz, Mary (1892 - 1964)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Krultz, Hribar, Campbell, Klancher, Zorman, Lulloff, Kutsche
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) April 2, 1964
Krultz, Mary (10 February 1892 - 25 March 1964)
Mrs. Mike Krultz, Sr., 72, was found dead in the basement of her home March 25. Clark County authorities gave a verdict of suicide. Mrs. Krultz had been despondent, due to ill health.
Her death occurred after her husband had left the house to call for a physician to attend his wife. He discovered the body when he returned home. The physician arrived shortly afterward. Clark County authorities making the investigation were Robert Lulloff, coroner, and Ray Kutsche, sheriff.
Mrs. Krultz, nee Mary Hribar, was born February 10, 1892, in Yugoslavia. Her marriage to Mike Krultz, Sr., took place in June, 1961, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Mrs. William (Stephie) Campbell, Pittsburgh, Pa.; two sons, Raymond, New Martinsville, W. Va., and Adolph, Pittsburgh, Pa.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Paul (Frieda) Klancher of Willard and Mrs. Ludwig (Alma) Hribar of Greenwood; three step-sons, Michael Krultz, Jr., of Neillsville, Sylvain Krultz of Greenwood, and Walter Krultz of Willard.
Mike Krultz, Sr., and Louis Zorman attended the funeral services, which were held March 30, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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