In loving memory of

Louis Richard Kulus
July 3, 1926 - December 26, 2021

Louis R. Kulus, 95, of Pike Creek, passed away on Sunday, December 26, 2021 at St. Otto's Care Center in Little Falls.
A private family service has been arranged. A public memorial mass will take place at a later date.

Louis was born in Flensburg, MN on July 3, 1926 to Alex and Mary (Piehowski) Kulus. He attended Sacred Heart School through the 8th grade. On September 8, 1953, he married Marcella Gullus at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. The two lived in Little Falls until moving to their place in the country in Pike Creek Township. To their union, a son and daughter were born. Louis loved his family dearly.
Louie loved to serve his customers during the 47 years he spent as the owner/operator of the Kulus Feed Store in Flensburg and was a member of the Purina Chow family. He had a very strong religious faith, serving as an usher at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church and was a lifelong member of the Knights of Columbus. He also generously donated funds to help restore the side alter at his beloved church, Our Lady of Czechtohovia.
Horses were an important part of Louis's life. They took him back to a time in his childhood when horses were used to plow the fields and take him to school. Louie enjoyed riding his horses and wagon in various parades in the surrounding area. He also could be seen riding his buggy in the countryside around Pike Creek, or on many occasions taking his buggy to Flensburg.

Left to cherish Louis's memory are his daughter, Mary (Mark) Kedrowski; his grandchildren: Meagan, Myles, and Mykal; sisters; Lorraine Lapos and Mary Lou Rutz.

Preceding him in death were his wife, Marcella; his son, Gary; his parents, Alex and Mary Kulus; siblings, Dorothy Czech, Alex Kulus, Jr., Eleanor Chock, Josephine Dzieweczynski, and Adeline Dzieweczynski, Bernard Kulus, Leonard Kulus and Caroline Gwost.

Emblom Brenny Funeral Service is Cherishing the Memory and Celebrating the Life of Louis. 320-632-4393.


Jerry Yasgar wrote on Jan 9, 2022:

"Mary & family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Your dad was one of the nicest and most helpful individuals I've ever known and I always enjoyed visiting with him when he stopped by the cafe. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time. "

Patty Ferguson wrote on Dec 29, 2021:

"I'm so sorry Mary. Your family will be in prayers."

Kate (Zak) Davis wrote on Dec 29, 2021:

"Heaven gained another angel. Marcey and Louie are dancing the night away. My deepest sympathy Mary, Mark and family."

Charlie and Dianne Ledbetter wrote on Dec 29, 2021:

"Mary, Mark and family we are so very sorry for the loss of Mary's dad sending love, sympathy, prayers and hugs Charlie and Dianne"

Carole Walkoviak wrote on Dec 29, 2021:

"Mary, My heart goes out to you. It is hard to let go of such a special person in your life. I'm glad you have many wonderful memories to help ease your grief. I will always remember your Dad with a genuine and warm loving smile. Its a loss you will feel every day but it can also warm your heart in many ways. Hugs, Carole Walkoviak"

Laurie Ochoa wrote on Dec 29, 2021:

"My deepest sympathy Mary and family. I enjoyed your dad he sure will be missed."

Ken and Kathy Garrison Kloss wrote on Dec 29, 2021:

"So sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers. "

Wendy Rutz wrote on Dec 28, 2021:

"So sorry Mary and family to here of the loss of your dad and grandpa. Your dad was such a kind and caring man. Stay strong Mary, and know my thoughts and prayers are with you."

Pooder & Kim Lashinski wrote on Dec 28, 2021:

"Sympathies for the families ??"

Mary McCarthy wrote on Dec 28, 2021:

"Louie and Richard shared a love of draft horses and lots of stories to go with their hobby! Rest in peace. Mary McCarthy and Jim krottoschinsky."