Aransas Pass, Texas
Dorothy Erwin Kullman passed away on September 4, 2018. She was born April 20, 1931 in Aransas Pass, Texas where she remained a lifelong resident. She was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister and friend to many.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Charlie Kullman; grandson, Jordan Scott Kullman; parents, Winston Eli Russell Erwin and Ivy Agnes Erwin; brothers, Russell Erwin, Eugene Erwin and Leroy Erwin; and sisters, Jewel Whittaker and Ann Mires.
She is survived by her children, Darce (LuAnn) Kullman, Ronnie (Jann) Kullman, Jeffery (Kathy) Kullman and Zoe Ann (Kris) Simmons; grandchildren, Mark Kullman, Michelle (Dan) Dalton, Jason (Kendra) Kullman, Joshua (Ashley) Kullman, Zachary (Kerry) Simmons, Janna (Daniel) Delgado, Kyle Simmons and Julie Simmons; great grandchildren, Reese, Rylan, Cade, Kyndall, Masyn, Violet, Scout, Skyy, Clementine, Lola, Gehrig and Vivienne; and sister, Ivy Marie (Tootsie) Anderson.
Dorothy was a true matriarch, dedicating her life to family. She excelled at keeping her family grounded and connected. She especially loved family gatherings and getting together with her friends to play Mahjong every chance she had. Dorothy was also actively involved in her community as a member of the Lioness Club. Dorothy was deeply loved by her family. Her kind heart, uplifting spirit and wonderful sense of humor will be missed and will remain forever in our hearts.
Visitation will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018, from 12:00pm-9:00pm with the family present from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Charlie Marshall Funeral Home. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2018, at 2:00pm, officiated by Pastor Larry McRorey also at Charlie Marshall Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Prairie View Cemetery in Aransas Pass, Texas.
Pallbearers for the services will be: Zach Simmons, Kyle Simmons, Jason Kullman, Josh Kullman, Mark Kullman, Dan Dalton, Daniel Delgado and Mark Garland.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials made to First United Methodist Church of Portland, Texas or the charity of your choice.
We were so saddened to hear of the loss of sweet Dorothy. Always enjoyed being around her and playing Mah Jongg with her. She will be missed.
Nancy and Don SchoenfeldAransas Pass, TX
Our deepest condolences to you upon the passing of your beautiful Mother. Our thoughts and prayers will continue during this difficult time. 🙏🏻❤️
The Hadden Family
Missy Hadden BingenheimerWoodsboro, TX
We laughed together, we cried together, we had picnics at the harbor, played mah jongg, shopped together, made fun of waiters, and got lost in the country together, all with a joy that true friends share. You are always in my heart, Dorothy, and I love you
Carolyn H. BurkeMontrose, CO
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother . Remember all the wonderful times and hold,those memories close. I will keep your family in my prayers.
Jeana MartinCorpus Christi, TX
My deepest sympathies and condolences to the family.your mother was a very sweet and humorous lady.I always enjoyed the conversations we had when we saw one another.may Jesus Bing you peace and comfort.I am working out of town and unable to attend;but my thoughts and prayers are with you.God Bless all of you and your mom.
James RedmondArsnsas Pass, TX
My sincere sympathy to the family of your lost. Dorthy will be truly missed.
LisaAransas Pass, TX
Dorothy was a lifelong friend and we shared many good memories. I’ll miss her and our long conversations.
Jerry DavisPearland, TX
We were always guaranteed a smile, even a laugh, when we were around Dorothy. She was such wonderful person to be around. She sure could play a mean game of MahJongg. Peyton and I will miss her tremendously.
Margaret HoeseAransas Pass, TX
Dear Kullman Family, We loved your Mother and will miss her so much. Please accept our sincere sympathy.
Cissie and Jay AttawayAransas Pass,, TX
So sorry to hear about the loss of Dorothy. She will always be grandma Dot to us. We were part of her family
joe @ genevieve spearsaransas pass, TX
Thoughts and prayers are with the entire Kullman family.
My deepest sympathy.
Cathy WilliamsVictoria, TX
We are so sorry to learn of the death of our beloved friend Dorothy. She was such a kind and wonderful person. Dorothy will be greatly missed by all who knew her and especially by all the members of her adorable family. God has gained another angel.
Marvin and Carolyn MarekKeller, TX
A beautiful woman with so much love to give❤️ Always made you feel loved and as if you were s part of her family❤️My children called her Grandma Kullman and adored her❤️The best definition of this wonderful woman is her family... everyone of them has her caring heart and strong spirit❤️Prayers and hugs to all❤️
Catherine TeelPortland, TX
I am so sorry for y’all loss. Dorothy was a wonderful and remarkable woman. Her love and strength for family and friends was never ending. She will always be truly loved and truly missed. I do imagine Heaven will be having a few rowdy games of Boo-ray and weekly Mahjong meetings from now on.
Paige SniderRockport, TX
We are sorry to hear of the passing of Dorthy, our heart goes out to all of her children and family.
Jim and Dolores KullmanMorgan City, LA
Dear Kullman Family, We loved your Mother, Dorothy, and will miss her so much. Please accept our sincere love and sympathy.
Cissie and Jay AttawayAransas Pass,, TX
So sad to see my favorite aunt pass. So glad that she is with her husband, parents, grandson and many friends. Enjoy the mahjong games in Heaven.
Rick Anderson & Barbara LitchfieldColorado Springs, CO
Very sorry for your loss, Dorothy was a great lady. I enjoyed having her in my aerobic dancing class. She had a wonderful sense of humor. Prayers for you and yours.
Mark and Donnie BartlettRuston, LA