Casey John Kulm, 27, of Aberdeen, SD was welcomed to his eternal home on Saturday, June 5th, 2021.
Funeral Service is 1:00 p.m., Thursday, June 10, 2021, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Aberdeen, with Rev. Leland Armbright officiating.
Burial is at Sunset Memorial Garden, Aberdeen.
Schriver’s Memorial Mortuary and Crematory, 414 5th Avenue NW, Aberdeen, is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends may sign the online guestbook and also view the service at www.schriversmemorial.com.
Visitation is 5:00-7-00 p.m., Wednesday, at the mortuary with a Prayer Service at 7:00 p.m. Visitation continues one hour before the service at the church.
Casey was born to Mike and Kathy (Seymour) Kulm on December 28th, 1993 in Aberdeen, SD. After graduating from Northwestern High School in 2012 he decided to pursue his lifelong career as a Paramedic/EMT. He graduated in 2014 from Avera McKennan School of EMS in Sioux Falls, SD. Immediately after graduating, he moved home to begin his career.
Throughout his life, Casey was involved with several organizations, that were very near and dear to his heart. He was a member of the Aberdeen Aqua Addicts water ski team for 20 years, where he discovered his endless love for water skiing and driving boat. Casey also served as a volunteer firefighter on the Conde Fire department, was a member of the Iron Warriors motorcycle club, and was currently working for Aberdeen Ambulance as a paramedic. Over the years Casey had several career paths; he managed Midwest Medical in Huron, SD, began his window tinting career at Auto Trim Design, and Aberdeen Chrysler Center. Besides being a paramedic, he also owned and operated Black Diamond Tint and Accessories.
From an early age, it was evident that Casey had a passion for helping others. No matter the circumstance, he was there without hesitation. Whether you needed help fixing something, needed a place to stay, or a shoulder to cry on, he was the one to call. His admiration for the people around him was always reflected with his contagious laugh and infectious smile.
He had the softest heart and an even softer spot for his family. Whether it was being at the lake, hunting, fishing, or just sitting around home there was nothing he valued more than their comfort and support. Every time Casey had a new idea, it was all hands-on deck to make it a reality. Casey was a father’s best friend, a momma’s boy, and his baby sister’s protector.
He had a dream to build a life on a farm with the love of his life, Jasmine Schinkel. They started their journey last March where they built their house from the ground up. In the process, they continued to expand their animal collection by bringing everything they could home; turkeys, cattle, chickens, sheep, everything imaginable. This was his happy place, his whole world.
Grateful to have shared Casey’s life is his fiancé, Jasmine (Schinkel) Kulm; his parent’s, Mike and Kathy (Seymour) Kulm; his sister, Cassie Kulm; his grandmothers, Verna (Eisenbeis) Kulm and Marjorie (Spatafore) Seymour; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Casey is preceded in death by his grandfathers: Allen Kulm and Kent Seymour, and many beloved friends.
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