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Darren D. Krull

Darren D. Krull

  • Chief
  • Elwood Volunteer Fire Department
  • Nebraska
  • Age: 54
  • Year of Death: 2022

Darren D. Krull, 54, of Elwood Nebraska, passed away April 7, 2022, in the line of duty while serving his community.

Darren was born on December 19, 1967, in Hastings Nebraska, to Gary and Glenda Krull. Darren grew up in Glenvil, Nebraska, and graduated from Sandy Creek High School. In 1986, he joined the Glenvil Fire Department.

On March 9, 1990, he married his wife, Cheryl (Stolley) Krull. Through the union, he gained three beautiful daughters, Tessa Sadd, Christina Davison, and Roxann Bieck. They resided in Glenvil, Nebraska, when he joined the service and was stationed in Oklahoma. Eventually they moved to southwestern Nebraska, where Darren ended up working for Aurora COOP. Here he enjoyed his time managing and serving the local community.

Throughout his life he dedicated 36 years to firefighting and EMT services and served as fire chief in the communities of Overton and Elwood for a combined eighteen years. Darren lived his life fully dedicated to helping, teaching, and serving others. Darren loved traveling with his wife, spending time with his grandkids, and woodworking in his shop. He also had a special place in his heart for his dog, Ace, who he taught to pray before meals.

Darren was a devoted and loving family man, leaving behind his wife of 32 years, Cheryl, of Bertrand; children, Christina and Christopher Davison of Bertrand and Roxann and Brad Bieck of Aurora; and grandchildren, Clayton, Amber, Tristen, Skeet, Briley, Rhett, Brek, and Piper. He is also survived by his parents, Gary and Glenda Krull, of Glenvil; sisters, Michelle Harm and family and and Amy Krull and family; and many other extended family and friends.

Darren departed this earth knowing he served his community and was a leader for his fellow firefighters. We cherish the memories and take comfort in knowing that he is in the hands of our lord.

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