Ted Hultner
23
Apr

Clarence (Ted) Hultner (1941-2013)

Clarence (Ted) Hultner of Kenosha passed away peacefully on Sunday April 21, 2013 at United Hospital Kenosha Campus with his family by his side. Ted was born in Superior WI on December 15, 1941 to Clarence and Clara (Olson) Hultner.

Ted graduated from Superior Central High School and also Superior State College. In 1963 Ted came to Kenosha and soon started working at Snap on Tools. He worked there for 40 years before retiring. Ted was a devoted fan of the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers. He played on various pool leagues and dartball leagues in Kenosha. He also loved to go up to his cottage in Crivitz and spend quiet time.

Ted is survived by his brother Douglas (Sheila) Hultner. He is also survived by his nephews Shane, Dennis, Dean Corey of Superior and Tim Corey of Idaho, Norman (Terri) Mieloszyk and Tom Valetti of Kenosha. His nieces Tammy (Scott) Schneppner of Maple WI and Diane (Robin) Russell of Milwaukee. His great nephews Mathew and Ben Mieloszyk, Nick Russell, Benjamin Corey and great nieces Amanda Mieloszyk, Felicia Russell, Jessica Schneppner, Katelin Johnson and Lily Corey. His great great nieces Anna Hultner, Jasmine and Saphera Russell and McKenzie Mieloszyk. He is further survived by his companion Darlene Perez.

Ted was preceded in death by his parents and his sister June Corey.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday April 27, 2013 at the Kemper Center Founders Hall. Visitation will be from 9:30am until the service at 11am.

8 comments

  1. Luann Valetti family April 23, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    Hugs to all of you on the passing of Uncle Ted. He’s in a better place free of pain now. Love you’s
    Luann and family

  2. My condolences to the family, Ted was a great person to work for. I had worked for Ted in the assembly dept for about 20 years, he will be missed.

  3. My condolences to the family. I worked at snap on for 27 years. Ted was my boss when I started and my boss at the end. He truly was a great guy. May you rest in peace.

  4. Teddy was always the “Fun Uncle”. I have fantastic memories of traveling to Superior with him in my youth. With Loving Memories, Theresa Peterman

  5. The Rogers Family April 27, 2013 at 8:16 am

    We will miss you teddy. I’ve known you for over 30 years and almost everyone in my family has lived upstairs from you. You were a hell of a man teddy and I have a lifetime of memories of you with my family.
    With love & prayers
    Gary, Terry, Laura, Nancy & all the rest.

  6. Jerry & Phyllis Allard April 27, 2013 at 8:20 am

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family
    With loving memories
    Jerry & Phyllis Allard

  7. Mike Arsier(Capt. Mike) April 27, 2013 at 9:41 am

    Rest in peace, my friend. Ted was my second customer at the bar. The first one passed at a young age. Ted was the most loyal helpful customer that I ever had and stayed with me and the bar until I sold the bar in 2006. He will be deeply missed.
    I regret that I probably won’t be able to attend the services at Kemper. I fell last night and I think broke a rib or two. It would be very difficult if not impossible to drive, walk, etc.
    Chet Daily, another old friend, spent the night here and we were going to go to the service together. He, also, cannot make. He does not drive and has a difficult time walking
    Chet, also, sends his regrets.

  8. I love him more then enyone

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