Tad "Eric" Kullberg

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    - Laura Dobson-Montgomery
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Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel
1101 NE 112th Avenue
Vancouver, WA
98684
(360)-892-6060
Obituary

TAD ERIC KULLBERG
December 18, 1964 ~ April 22, 2011

Tad Eric Kullberg, 46, passed away on April 22, 2011 in Phoenix, AZ. Eric was born Dec. 18, 1964 in Vancouver, WA. He graduated from Washougal High School in 1983.
After high school he attended Clark College and then served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He moved to Payson, AZ in 2001 and then to Scottsdale, AZ to attend Scottsdale Community College. He most recently worked as a Department Manager at Lowe's.
Eric loved to fish with his dog "Brandy." He enjoyed playing football, starting in high school and even playing for a short time in a semi-pro league. His hobbies included leading rafting trips with his father, hiking and traveling. He had a love for books, searching through thrift shops, writing and playing the guitar.
Eric was a very kind and gentle man
that was liked by anyone who met him.
Eric is survived by his mother, Alice Kullberg of Payson, AZ; father, Merle Kullberg of Vancouver, WA; brother, Kurt Kullberg of Vancouver, WA; sister, Pam Jones of Battle Ground, WA; five nephews ; one niece; five step-brothers; and one step-sister.
A viewing will be held Tues., May 3rd, 12 - 7:00 p.m. at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. Graveside service will be Wed., May 4th, 2:00 p.m. - followed by a gathering at his sister's house (360)-666-8609.
Please sign Eric's guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits.

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Published in The Columbian on May 1, 2011
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