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Curtis M. Lutz Obituary
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December 07, 2016

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December 07, 2016

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October 12, 2016
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort you during this difficult time. (John 17:3)
September 30, 2016
When I think of Curt, I remember his grin, twinkling eyes, and his giggle. Whenever John would imitate Stella, Curt would giggle hysterically. Each Valder family member loved each one of the Lutz family, and only John could get away with teasing each of us...my best memory book memory is about a time that I was driving Mayling's Ford Maverick, with Nell in the front bucket seat, and Ann, John, and Curt in the back seat. They were throwing water balloons at Sheila Schnell, sunbathing in her front yard. However, a car followed us, so I said to ditch the balloons, even though we weren't aiming at that car...he pulled around me, blocking my way. A very muscular body builder yelled that we better roll the window down "mighty damn quick", as we furiously rolled the windows up and locked the doors. I threw the car into reverse, and stomped on the gas, as this guy tore the side mirror off, leaving it hanging. But what makes me laugh to this day, was the sight of John, Ann, and Curt all dogpiled on the floor of the backseat and in between the front bucket seats. All I could hear was nervous laughter, including Curt's distinctive giggle, as we made our getaway. Curt was always a loyal friend, who loved deeply, but quietly, without fanfare. Our times together, living in Dickinson, ND, are near and dear to all of the Valders. I like to think that John was there to meet Curt, up in heaven. My love, thoughts and prayers are with each one of you, in this very difficult time. Knowing him has been such a gift, because he was very special.
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