Kenneth Andrew Bulych Death, Obituary – The congregation of Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church would like to offer their most heartfelt condolences to Mr. Kenneth Andrew Bulych’s family and friends after learning of his passing. His great-grandparents, William and Evelyn Bulych, as well as his parents, his brother Brian, his sister Dorothy Kiriazopoulos, his brothers-in-law Larry Bohach, Dave Vass, and Bill Kiriazopoulos, and a large number of cousins, aunts, and uncles all passed away before he did.
His great-grandparents were also named William and Evelyn Bulych. His parents were named Brian and Dorothy Kiriazopoulos. William and Evelyn Bulych were his grandfather and grandmother, respectively. Dorothy Kiriazopoulos and Bill Kiriazopoulos were his parents. William Bulych was named after his brother Brian, and Evelyn Bulych was their mother. He was his parents’ son.
Dorothy Kiriazopoulos and Brian Kiriazopoulos were his sisters and brothers, respectively. His brother-in-law, Larry Bohach, was a very successful businessman. He is survived by his wife Lydia, daughter Cindy and her children Dawson and Jayvn, daughter Jolene (Cam) and their children Noah (Brooke), Daelyn, and Carsten, son Ryan (Leslie) and their children Grace and Ella, daughter Cherie (Josh) and their children Thaya, Everett and Cole; daughter Cindy’s children Dawson and Jayvn; daughter Ryan’s children Grace and Ella; daughter Jolene’s children Noah (Brook In addition, his brother Darryle (Tracy) and his brother Barry, in addition to his mother-in-law, Rose Purcha; a great number of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives; as well as a massive number of friends who were quite close to him.
We pray that You, O Lover of all of us, made everything with the utmost wisdom, and that as the Sole Creator, You offer everything that is required for each individual. We ask these things because You are the one who loves all of us. We ask that You, who created everything, did so with the utmost intelligence. We ask that You, who created everything, did it with the greatest amount of wisdom and insight possible. Lord, may you grant peace to your servant who has passed away, for he believed in you, the God who is both our Creator and Maker, and he put his hope in you.
Please grant him peace in your name. Kindly allow him to rest while he is in your presence. Because he remained dedicated to you right up until the very last moment of his life, he has earned the right to be able to spend his final moments in your company. At this very moment, as well as always and throughout the entirety of eternity, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are rightfully deserving of every ounce of glory, respect, appreciation, and praise that can possibly be bestowed upon them.