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In Memory

George Kobulnicky


Rest In Peace Mr. Kobulnicky

George A. Kobulnicky

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KOBULNICKY, George A. On October 31, 2010 of Boynton Beach, FL (formerly of Berlin), age 86 years. Beloved husband of Catherine "Kitty" (nee Bernier) Kobulnicky. Survived by sister Florence Bodak of Pittsburg, and many loving nieces and nephews. George served in the US Army during World War II. He was a retired teacher for the Lower Camden County Board of Education and also a former member of NJEA, the Greater Clementon Lions Club, American Legion and the Knights of Columbus. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing on Friday morning 9-10am at the: ORA L. WOOSTER F.H. 51 Park Blvd. Clementon, NJ 08021 Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday morning 11:00am at St. Simon Stock Parish, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Campus, 178 W. White Horse Pike, Berlin, NJ 08009. Cremation will be private following Mass. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, 322 8th Avenue 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001 and/or St. Simon Stock Parish at the above address. Share memories at www.OraL WoosterFuneralhome.com
Published in Courier-Post on November 2, 2010


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06/03/11 11:40 PM #1    

Diane Clark (Clendenning) (1966)

Mr.Kobulnicky  was a very caring man as well as a caring teacher and encouraged me to be a better reader.  I will never forget his kindness and will always keep his memory in my heart. He was my very favorite teacher.

06/26/11 06:35 AM #2    

Robert Mumie (1975)

Mr. Kb was a great teacher who was a regular at my families back yard parties as my father was also a teacher at ORHS during the 60's.   I remember his matching shoes and belts and always had a laugh for us.

07/20/15 09:03 PM #3    

William Morgan (1968)

Mr. Kobulnicky was my 7th grade teacher.  Back then, we had only one teacher for all subjects.  It was my first year at Overbrook H.S. in Lindenwold then.  I felt blessed to have him as my first teacher at ORHS.  He was easy going, funny and interesting.  He made school fun while learning.  My most vivid memory of his class was very near the end of the school year.  It was hot and all the windows were open (no air conditioning back then either).  There was at least one floor above us, maybe two, but while Mr. Kob was talking a paper airplane flew into the classroom.  He gently retrieved it and with a smile put it into the trash can while barely missing a beat in his monolog.  You were a great Teacher Mr. Kob !  RIP !  and thank you !!

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