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  • Matt
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      Obituary of Bennie Mikulin
      Houston Post
      11 Dec 1992

      BENNIE MIKULIN, 64, born in Dime Box, Texas on March 25, 1928, passed
      away Wednesday, December 9, 1992 in a local hospital at 4:45 p.m. He
      retired from Schlumberger after 30 years of services and fulfilled
      his dream of opening his own machine shop. He was a member of SPJST,
      Sons of Hermann, WOW, NRA, and Schlumberger Retirees Club. He served
      in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the Korean Conflict and
      was stationed in Goose Bay, Labrador and Greenland. Bennie touched
      many lives, through his work in the Boy Scouts of America, as a
      manager/coach in the East End Little League, and as a substitute
      father to many. He is preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and
      Albina Mikulin, brothers, Joseph, John, Edward, William, Alvin
      Mikulin; and daughter-in-law, Harry "Bubba" Finn. He is survived by
      his beloved wife, Evelyn Mikulin; sons, William H. Mikulin and wife
      Suzanne; Barry W. Mikulin and Thuy Parker; daughter, Benette Saez
      Mikulin; granddaughters, Kelln, Kristen, and Catherine Mikulin;
      brothers, Tom Mikulin and wife Normalie, Emil Mikulin; sisters, Mary
      Holleman, Rose Collins, Hattie Lott and husband Milo; mother-in-law
      Lillian B. Flinn; sisters-in-law, Josephine Nimtz, Billie Jo Mikulin,
      Alice Mikulin, Laura Nance, Dorothy Mikulin; beloved friend, Jackie
      Townsend; special boyhood friends, Pete Nimtz, Arthur Mitschke,
      Dorothy Jean Blaha Davis; numerous great-nieces and nephews; and a
      host of friends. The pallbearers are: Steve Farmer, Doug Gantka,
      Frank Hill, Alex Mac Kinnon, Kurt Masters, John Lee Schneider, Kirk
      Townsend, Rick Warne. Honorary pallbearers are: John David, Dennis,
      Glenn, Albert, and Bobbie Mikulin, Ray and Jimmy Collins, Vickie
      Prentiss, Dale and Ear Hatfield, Rosemary Lott, Debbie Gamble, Peggy
      Mawyer, Bruce and Steve Mikulin, Master Mikulin, Mike and Pat
      Mikulin, Kathy Caton, Jeffrey Mikulin, Antonio Saez, Dean Keisler,
      N.L. Huvar, Paul Trott, Tammy Lobaugh, Lola Townsend, Becky Maass,
      Kay Gantka, Sharon Rhoades, Rubye and Wilson Hill, Vicki, Christie,
      Carole Cifelli, Dr. William Masters, Dr. Mark Benefield, Schlumberger
      friends, employees of Intercontinental Machine and Krewe of
      Thalasar. Funeral services will be Friday, December 11, 1992 at 3:00
      p.m. at South Memorial Park Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. John
      Riley officiating. Interment will follow at South Memorial Park

      South Memorial Park
      Funeral Home
      12400 Telephone 485-2711