Johan “John” Peulen, 73, of Dawsonville, died April 20, 2018.
Born on April 5, 1945, he was a Dawson County Resident for almost 10 years.
For many years he worked as an engineer for the brick industry where he remodeled and modernized brick plants. He loved what he did and was very good at it.
He traveled to many places in the world and enjoyed it for many years.
John was always caring, kind and very knowledgeable.
Being retired, he loved volunteering at the RIC-Rack for many years and also volunteered at Christ Fellowship Church.
John was the kind of man, husband, dad and grandpa who would do anything for anyone to be able to help.
He also loved to sit down, tell stories and have long conversations with people.
He loved and cared very much about his wife, daughter and the cat, Kikie, his son and grandsons.
His father, Ludwig Peulen, and mother, Ida Peulen, preceded him in death.
Survivors include his mother-in-law, Emmie Jepp-Gruter; his wife, Marina Peulen-Jepp of Dawsonville; his daughter, Natalie Peulen of Dawsonville; his son, Sven Peulen of Sugar Hill; his two grandsons, Aden and Hunter Peulen of Sugar Hill; and his brother, Ludwig Peulen of Holland, Netherlands; and many more cousins, nephews, nieces and more family members living in Holland and Germany.
Memorial info will be made available and will be in private.
Donations will be accepted to help with family living expenses.
Bearden Funeral Home of Dawsonville was in charge of the arrangements.