The Caldwell Messenger, Caldwell, Sumner Co., Kansas – Monday, November 22, 1943
Edward Nulik, son of Joseph and Anna Nulik was born near Caldwell, Ks May 1, 1884 and departed this life at his home November 11, 1943, at the age of 59 years, 6 months, and 10 days.
He received his early education at Blackstone school and later attended college at Manhatten. On returning to Caldwell he was employed with Gabbert Drug Co., and at the Caldwell State Bank.
He was united in marriage to Agnes Jenista on July 22, 1908 at Caldwell, and started housekeeping on a farm west of Caldwell, where he and his companion have built a beautiful home.
To this union were born nine children, Mrs. Gladys Metz of Latham, Mrs. Algie Smrcka of Renfrow, , Edward Nulik of Blackwell, Mrs. Edna Krenek, Mrs. Lorraine Fogleman of Caldwell, Carl of the armed forces, Joe, Ivan and Lydia Ann at home. Five grandchildren, Denny and Jerry Metz, Mariann Smrcka, Marjorie Ann Krenek and Priscilla Ann Nulik also survive.
Other survivors are seven brothers, Ludwig and Ted of Wichita, Tom of Oklahoma City, Charlie, Joe, Fred and George of Caldwell; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Cadek and Louise Nulik of Caldwell.
A precious one from us has gone, the voice we loved is stilled,
But in our hearts there is a space
That never can be filled.
We loved him, yes we loved him
But angels loved him more
And lovingly they called him
To the other shore.
Some day, again we’ll meet him
When this weary life is o’er
And we shall be united W
here partings are no more.