Kenneth Ullom

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November 24, 2010

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Saturday, December 11, 2010 10:30 a.m. Central College Presbyterian Church


Kenneth L. Ullom, 83, of Westerville, passed away Wednesday November 24, 2010. Retired OWE teacher and athletic director at Big Walnut High School and retired principal, teacher and athletic director at Scioto Valley High School. Graduate of Westerville High School. 1959 graduate from Otterbein College. Elder & usher at Central College Presbyterian Church, Member of Sigma Delta Phi “Sphinx” Fraternity and Otterbein “O” Club, Westerville Leather Helmet Club, Ye Ole Buzzards’ Club, American Legion Young-Budd Post #171. Past president of Westerville Kiwanis Club and active with Key Club. Served as a volunteer at St. Ann’s Hospital for 15 years. U.S. Army Veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Preceded in death by wife of 30 years, Twila Jean, parents Charles Edward & Verna Ullom, sisters, Lucy Zinn and Anna Jane Waldron. brothers; Karl, Harrison and Charles Ullom and 3 infant brothers. Survived by wife of 21 years, Phyllis Jean. His children; Penny (Paul) Woehle of Westerville, Sandy (Jeff) Young of Galena, Thomas C. (Kathy) of Westerville. Step-children; Diane (Randy) Bolt of Texas, Greg (Mari), Dana, David, and Kevin Derouaux all of Ohio. Grandchildren; Todd, Andrew, Scott, Jesse, Stephanie, Hannah and Eric. Step-grandchildren; Derek, Ryan, Jason, Andrea, Melissa (Keith) and Mindy (George). Great grandchildren; Madison & Asher; Step great- grandchildren Nathan, Malina and Isabella. Sisters; Wilma Jean Fuller of Hilliard and Jo Kaiser of Westerville. Brothers; Harold “Elmer” (Glennie) Ullom of Croton, OH. Special niece, Marilyn (Jack) Wilson. Numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial service will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday December 11, 2010 at Central College Presbyterian Church , 975 South Sunbury Road Westerville, Ohio. Rev. David Redding officiating. Private Interment. Arrangements by the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME, Westerville, Ohio. Devoted father and husband that never knew a stranger. Ken loved his Buckeyes and served as an Ohio Stadium Red Coat for many years, His smile would brighten any room! In lieu of flowers, friends, if they wish, may contribute to Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter, 3380 Tremont Road Columbus, Ohio 43221


Bruce & Judy Barber - Nov 29, 2010

It was a sad moment to hear about Kenny’s passing. He always greeted me with kindness and had a joke to tell. Some were pretty onry! He will be missed by all. I will not be able to be at the memorial service. I will be in Florida. I will see you sometime soon. May GOD BLESS you and your family.
Bruce & Judy Barber

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