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FORMERLY OF HOWELL
Paul Lutz, 71, died Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010. He was born in Upper Darby, Pa. to the late Paul V. and Muriel Lutz. He was a graduate of Springfield High School, Springfield, Pa. and attended Pennsylvania State University. He was a graduated of San Diego State University with an Electrical Engineering degree. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He worked for Electronic Associates, Inc. (EAI), West Long Branch, and contributed to the Gemini and Apollo aerospace programs (1966-1972) developing products as a contractor and employee. He worked at NASA-Ames and NASA-Houston during these projects. He was president of Technical Associates International (TAI); providing technical instruction, course development, and manuals for nuclear power, flight simulation, and aerospace industries computer applications. Mass Comp/Concurrent Computer Corporation, Westford, Mass. as a course developer and hardware/software instructor; and NSTAR, Westwood, MA as Manager of Corrosion. He was a member of MENSA; lifetime member of Rod Knockers Club; active member of the NRA; active in local and national Tea Party movements. Paul lived in Howell before moving to Shrewsbury, Mass. Paul was an accomplished writer, an avid reader, loved flying small planes and simulators, photography, and a great lover of animals. He enjoyed fishing and guns with whomever shared the same passion. He treasured time spent with his family and friends.
Surviving are his wife, Jeanne Gordon-Lutz. He has two children living in VA, and one from CA, who died in 2010.
Memorial contributions may be made to Fisher House - Boston, P.O. Box 230, South Walpole, MA 02071, fisherhouse.org; Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, One Intrepid Square, West 45th St. and 12th Ave., New York, NY 10036, fallenherosfund.org; Veterans Airlift Command (VAC), 5775 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 700, St. Louis Park, MN 55416, firstname.lastname@example.org; Marine Corps Scholarship Foundations, 121 S. Saint Asaph St., Alexandria, VA 22314, mcsf.org.
Published in Asbury Park Press on Sept. 24, 2010