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Bengt Kullervo
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August 5, 1928 – January 25, 2019

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Condolence From: Pat Springer
Condolence: Dear Janet and Eric,
My deepest sympathies to both of you on the loss of your dad/father-in-law. I know just how special he was to you,.... and you to him. Although he was very independent and proud, you both were his lifeline. Your constant visits, genuine loving interest in him and him rural paradise and solid involvement in his life, was a gift many don’t experience. I’m sure he loved you more than his words could express.
I remember visiting and being so impressed with his creativity .... like making door handles out of sticks found on his property. Very cute! Also how happy hour was a must! Cheers to a man who lived life on his own terms and made “happy hour” a ritual.... we should all learn something from this. Cheers Bengt!
Sending you my love and condolences.
Pat ❤️
Tuesday January 29, 2019
Condolence From: Janet Jansson
Condolence: Eric and I are very sad to lose our dear dad. We shared many laughs together over the years and enjoyed "gin martoonis" at his home on Lake Eugenia. For me, personally, he was a man who I connected very well with, when I met him almost 30 years ago. He was a special person I could be myself with and he was the same with me. He stood true to his values and opinions, lived his retirement years the way he wanted to and savoured every moment. He lived in the moment and always referenced how lucky he was to live to the age he did. In his late 40's, he fell down the elevator shaft where he worked, faced major healing challenges and then continued on. His health was excellent until about 3 years ago when he was diagnosed with bladder and prostate cancer. At that point, I became personally involved with him regularly and we would go to many, various appointments as certain age related challenges also appeared. He was so appreciative for all that was being done for him and was a real trouper, embracing this change to his lifestyle and his overall health. He was an environmentalist and loved creating various birdhouses out of "things". He loved his outings, "happy hour", tinkering/working around his place, crafting objects out of twigs/tree trunks/ branches, inventing things, listening to Gordon Sinclair and Shell Buzzy on CFRB and the music of Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw & Frank Sinatra. He was a proud, private, capable, generous, inventive man. His stubbornness enabled him to live on his own, in a rural setting, to the day he died. for that, he was very proud. He lived and passed from this life the way he wanted (sudden and no pain), for which we are thankful. I loved him and will miss him greatly and will remember the "Bingisms" such as: "Too late to get up early", "Take your time and hurry up", "Been here twice, the first and the last", at the restaurant "did Bill get laid off", "do you have a cheque - no, but I have a few Russians"... his play on the English language often appeared. You get the drift.... I will miss all the laughter we shared. We were truly connected. I am thankful for the wonderful memories that I will always hold close to my heart.
Monday January 28, 2019