Debra Jultak

Service Information

11:00 am
Friday, April 8, 2016
Temple Emanuel-Feiner Chapel
51 Grape St
Denver, Colorado, United States

Obituary of Debra Jultak

Debra K. Jultak, Denver; Wife of Steven “Skip” Jultak; Mother of Michael, Mark and Matthew Jultak; Daughter of the late Frank and Magdalen Helfrich; Sister of Joyce Kirsh, James Helfrich, Larry Helfrich, Linda Manion and Donna Helfrich; Memorial Service, Friday, 11:00am, Temple Emanuel-Feiner Chapel; Contributions to The Denver Hospice. We wish to thank everyone for their heartfelt prayers, the wonderful memories, and the generous gifts during Debbie’s life. We all share our grief for Wonderful Debbie Jultak. Our family will not lose sight of our memories and her open and kind heart. Debbie attended Place Middle School and George Washington High School. She worked at the Western Farm Bureau and the Wellshire Inn. Debbie was married to me, Skip Jultak and a mother of three wonderful boys; Michael, Mark, and Matthew. When the boys were young, she was a Temple Emanuel Preschool Mom, a Carson Elementary School Mom, a Hill Middle School Mom, a Soccer Mom, a Tee Ball Mom, a Baseball Mom, a Bowling League Mom, a PTA Mom, the Troop 37 Cub Scout Mom, the Boy Scout Camper Mom for Troop 199, an Eagle Scout Mom, and a George Washington High Mom. Debbie was also a Temple Emanuel Member where she raised her three boys and saw to all of their Bar Mitzvahs. She was the Best Party Hostess and an incredible asset to Michael Jultak Floral Designs. Simply, Debbie was Everything to Everyone. Our beautiful Debbie died April 5th, 2016 after succumbing to a second breast cancer that could not be treated and the symptoms of this cancer were too severe to endure. I will truly miss my wife and business partner for over 30 years. Again, thank you for all your loving support and prayers at this time. Sincerely, Skip, Michael, Mark, and Matthew Jultak PS: Thank you to Porter Hospital, The Denver Hospice, and all the doctors, nurses, and care providers; you truly are heroes.
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