Family remembers Kieran Wulff 0
Kieran Wulff was a kind and considerate young man. He passed away on Monday, May 14.
The following was submitted by the family of Kieran Wulff, 20, who passed away Monday, May 14.
Kieran is survived by his parents Konrad and Janice, his brothers Joe and Clarke, sister-in-law Meghan, his large and loving extended family and by his spiritual brothers and sisters.
We are devastated by the loss of our son, our brother, our dear, dear friend, Kieran Wulff. He is loved by so many, and he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was viewed as a son and a brother by everyone in the Haliburton congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Kieran was a kind, considerate, compassionate, deeply spiritual young man. He was intelligent, studious and hardworking. He had an amazing sense of humour and with his quick wit, he kept us all in stitches.
Of all of Kieran's wonderful qualities, the one that he demonstrated the best is the quality of love. Kieran loved people. People of all ages were drawn to Kieran because they could tell that he genuinely and sincerely cared for them. When he made people laugh, it was because he wanted to see them happy. And he was so self-sacrificing. He devoted most of his time working as a volunteer Bible teacher, doing all that he could to share with others the wonderful truths found in the scriptures. One of his favourite scriptures was Jeremiah 29:11, which says: "'For I myself well know the thoughts that I am thinking toward you,' is the utterance of Jehovah, 'thoughts of peace, and not of calamity, to give you a future and a hope.'" Kieran did all that he could to give the people that he talked to the hope that his creator Jehovah had given him, and he was so happy doing this.
Kieran loved his God. He was thankful for the gift of live and the hope Jehovah holds out for the future.
And Kieran showed his love for God in everything he did, the way he reached out and touched everyone he met. Jesus said, "Let your light shine before men, that they may see your fine works and give glory to your Father who is in the heavens." (Matt 5:16) Kieran shone so brilliantly. He will continue to shine in our memories until we see him in the resurrection when Jehovah reunites us with all of our dead loved ones here on a paradise earth.
A memorial service was held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Sunday, May 20.
Memorial donations to the Bible education work that Kieran was proud to be a part of can be made payable to "Watch Tower" and we also want to thank the paramedics, emergency response personnel and physicians who worked so hard to try to save Kieran and in support of them, donations can be made to the public access defibrillator "PAD" Haliburton County and can be arranged through the Gordon A. Monk Funeral Home Ltd., PO Box 427, Minden, ON, K0M 2K0.