Leo Martin Stulc, formerly of Tyndall, died May 22, 2021, at the age of 62. He was a resident at Knollwood Heights, Rapid City, SD at the time of his death.
Leo was born September 16, 1958 to Leonard and Mary Stulc. Leo was baptized and confirmed at St. Leo’s Catholic Church, Tyndall, SD. He attended DeWald Country School.
Leo graduated from Tyndall High School in 1976. He attended USD, Springfield, SD, where he received a business degree in 1983.
Leo worked on his father’s farms and was eventually employed by Bader Construction Co., erecting grain bins around the US.
Leo lived in Mitchell, SD, where he was employed at Radio Shack and Syncom Technologies and Tucson, AZ, where he sold automotive parts. He then moved to Las Vegas, NV, where he managed a car wash, and was later employed by the Las Vegas Public School System. He moved to Rapid City, SD to be closer to his family and spent hours volunteering at the local hospital.
As a child you could find Leo taking apart and fixing something, whether it needed it or not. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Leo always had a great sense of humor, sometimes mixed in with a little sarcasm, of course! He enjoyed helping others and always had a good joke available. He had a rivalry with his big brother, Lennie concerning the Packers and Vikings, and texted relentlessly when his team was winning! He loved spending time with his nieces and nephews and looked forward to the holidays when they got together.
Leo was proceeded in death by grandparents Clarence and Rose Stulc and grandparents Francis and Helen Hagarty and parents Leonard and Mary Stulc.
Leo is survived by his brother Lennie Stulc (Susan), Sioux Falls, SD,
nephew, Ryan (Katy), Rapid City, SD, and niece Tania (Mike) Meier, great nieces Genevieve and Camille Meier, Carver, MN.; sister, Jeanne Costello and niece Elizabeth, great niece Ivy Costello, Rapid City, SD; sister Jan (Rick) Schneider, nephew Brad Berndt, niece Emily Burdick, great nephew Vance Burdick, great-great nephew Brett Schneider, all of Rapid City, SD; sister, Donna Hape (Scott) of Bozeman, MT, and nephews Matt and Jack Hape.