Jack DUTCHER
1924 - 2020
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DUTCHER, Jack L.

Age 96, passed away Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at

Hospice of Dayton. COVID-19 took him much too easily due to his age. He was born

September 12, 1924, in Kansas City, Kansas, to Lon and Evelyn Dutcher. Preceded in death

by his parents and his sister, Betty (Dutcher) Converse

and brother-in-law, George

Converse. He is survived by his daughters, Patricia Noreikas and Jeanne Smith; son, Douglas Dutcher; son-in-law, Denny Noreikas; and his four grandsons, Ryan Noreikas, Marc Noreikas, Christopher Smith, Jackson Smith; nephew, Jerry Converse; niece, Judy (Converse)

Logan-Brown. Jack was a WWII Navy veteran, an accountant, engineer, and successful entrepreneur and wonderful father and grandfather. We will miss his sense of humor, his

willingness to help others and his love of his family. RIP Dad.

Arrangements were completed by the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME-Beavercreek Chapel.

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Published in Dayton Daily News on Nov. 22, 2020.
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December 1, 2020
This message is for Doug from the Dabbelt family. Linda’ s sisters (Paula, Beckie, and Heidi) and her brother Bill send our prayerful thoughts to you. Doug, you often spoke so kindly about your dad through the years we knew you. You expressed that he always looked out for you and he was generous especially when he entertained you and Linda at the Paragon Restaurant during the holidays! We know you have experienced many losses but you should feel proud that you and your family took loving care of him and that’s why he lived such a full, long life. We hope you are healthy and keeping busy and making new friends. Just remember that your sister Patricia always has your best interests at heart. We all still live in the same houses so feel free to visit anytime. Again we are sorry for your loss. At this time of the year, all of our memories awaken about Linda and you are always a part of them. Stay safe.... Paula Paprocki
Paula Psprocki
Acquaintance
November 23, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief, and find comfort from knowing that God draws close to the broken-hearted.
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