Judy Erwin
Paul, I recently learned of Kukula's passing from our mutual friend, Ann Sheridan. I hadn't seen Ann in years and it was a delight to catch up with her and reminisce about our time together on the Dukakis Campaign. That was until, she shared the tragic news about Kukula. I was crushed. I have very fond memories of working closely with Kukula in the small press office of the Chicago Campaign headquarters. Always relying on her unbelievable talent, good judgement and delightful disposition. I was, and continue to be, a techno dunce, so she rescued me many times in trying to produce anything on the computer. I also fondly remember joining the two of you in your Chicago apartment for one of Kukula's wonderful home-cooked meals. What a treat after eating out of paper bags during campaign season. I loved seeing pictures of your two beautiful children and the many fabulous photos of Kukula. I will treasure my memories of working with Kukula and her beautiful smile. You and your kids will remain in my thoughts and prayers.

With sympathy,
Judy Erwin
Chicago, IL
Ramsay Harik
I have just learned of Kuku's passing, and am deeply saddened. I knew her through her cousin, my best friend Pradeep Singh, and was always struck by her warmth and kindness. Now, in that tragically paradoxical way of obituaries and eulogies, I feel know her much better, and am so impressed by what she did with her life, and how many people she touched. May her memory be a blessing upon us all.
Ramsay Harik
I have just learned of Kuku's passing, and am deeply saddened. I knew her through her cousin, my best friend Pradeep Singh, and was always struck by her warmth and kindness. Now, in that tragically paradoxical way of obituaries and eulogies, I feel know her much better, and am so impressed by what she did with her life, and how many people she touched. May her memory be a blessing upon us all.
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