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Alfred Kaulfers, Jr.

March 23, 1932 - May 18, 2010

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Alfred "Tim" Kaulfers Jr.

KAULFERS, Alfred "Tim" Jr., of Midlothian, died at home on May 18, 2010, of pulmonary fibrosis. Born at home in Roselle Park, New Jersey during a wintry storm on March 23, 1932, he was the fourth and youngest child of Alfred "Fritz" Kaulfers Sr., a veteran of the trench warfare in France in World War I, and Helen Mayer Kaulfers. He is survived by his loving artist wife of 49 years, Jeannette Carlberg Kaulfers; and their three children, Lisa Richardson and her husband, Seth and their two children, Laurel...

Alfred "Tim" Kaulfers Jr.

KAULFERS, Alfred "Tim" Jr., of Midlothian, died at home on May 18, 2010, of pulmonary fibrosis. Born at home in Roselle Park, New Jersey during a wintry storm on March 23, 1932, he was the fourth and youngest child of Alfred "Fritz" Kaulfers Sr., a veteran of the trench warfare in France in World War I, and Helen Mayer Kaulfers. He is survived by his loving artist wife of 49 years, Jeannette Carlberg Kaulfers; and their three children, Lisa Richardson and her husband, Seth and their two children, Laurel and Nathan of Charlottesville; Joy Glass and her husband, Steven, his daughter, Camille and their daughter, Emma, of Richmond; and Major David Alfred Kaulfers and his wife, Monica and their two boys, Christopher Pemberton and Nicholas Timothy, currently living at the Presidio in San Francisco, California. He is also survived by his sister, Helen Dziemian and her husband, Robert; brother, Arthur and his wife, Julia; and brother-in-law, Richard Ferguson. His sister, Alice Ferguson, preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by his favorite nephew, Sgt. Robert M. Kaulfers of the New York - New Jersey Port Authority Police Department who was lost on September 11. He is also survived by four nephews and four nieces, all of the New Jersey area.

He served three years in the Army during the Korean Conflict, mostly in Germany, where he was the Battalion Chief CW Radio Operator having obtained the rank of Sergeant. He was the recipient of The Good Conduct Medal. He graduated from Rider College and received his MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University before moving to Midlothian in 1971 as Commercial Lines Underwriting Manager of Kemper Insurance. He received his Chartered Property-Casualty Underwriter designation in 1977 and taught the Management part of the CPCU for 15 years at the University of Richmond. He was an annuitant of the Commonwealth of Virginia where he worked as a Program Manager in the Office of Risk Management. Tim greatly enjoyed his family and devoted much of his retirement years caring for his grandchildren. He and Jeannette enjoyed vacationing many weeks in Florida and Maine each year where they spent many happy hours birding.

The family will receive friends at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 22, at Saint Edward the Confessor Catholic Church, 2700 Dolfield Drive, Richmond, with a Mass of Christian Funeral to follow beginning at 2 p.m. A committal service will be held 10 a.m. Monday at the Virginia Veterans Cemetery, 10300 Pridesville Road, Amelia. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to his grandchildren's scholarship fund. Online condolences to woodyfuneralhomehuguenot.com.
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