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Friday, July 19, 2024 at 4:04 AM

WULF

WULF

Dick has up and R-U-NN- O-F-T Richard Harold Wulf (Dick), 77, of Loveland passed away at Pathways Hospice in Ft. Collins on June 18, 2024.

 

He was born in Milliken on November 4, 1946, to Harold Frank Wulf and Bonnie May Case-Wulf. He was born 4th in a family of 8. One brother died in infancy.

Dick was a jokester and had a great sense of humor.

He was a hardworking man spending most of his years at Great Western Sugar in Johnstown, then at Coors Biotech when Coors bought the factory. He was Assistant Factory Manager.

He was always ready to help with whatever was needed. He was a jack of all trades. Mechanic, electrician, painter, plumber, carpenter.

He loved gardening, fishing, playing pool and woodworking. He had to give up most of them after having both shoulders replaced. He loved Stephen King novels and had a large collection of books. He was a huge Broncos fan. He loved driving and was not happy when his privileges were taken away. He was loved by everyone that was privileged enough to know him.

He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Peggy, of Loveland; his daughter, Michelle Babb (Vaughn Cito), of Johnstown; his grandson, Johnathan Babb, of Johnstown; his great-grandsons, Athan and Mason Babb, of Johnstown, one granddaughter, Hillary Cito-Roth (Kevin), of LaSalle; one great-granddaughter, Ava; two honorary granddaughters, Monique and Janelle Velasco, and their children, of Greeley; one honorary grandson, Rylee Webb, of Greeley; sisters, Betty Burk, of Farnsworth, Texas, Irma McMillan (Richard), of Mesa, Arizona, and Danette Crespin (David), of Milliken; brother, James (Kathy), of Waynesville, Missouri; one aunt, Ruth Wulf, of Platteville; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He is preceded in death by his son, Richard (Rick); his parents, Harold and Bonnie Wulf; an infant brother, Gary Lee Wulf; and brothers, Earl and Verl Wulf.

A Celebration of Life is planned for 2 p.m. June 29 at Dreams and Dragonflies Event Center in Johnstown.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Pathways Hospice in Richard’s name.