Gregory-Lutz-Obituary

Gregory Andrew Lutz

Encinitas, California

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Gregory Andrew Lutz February 4, 1960 - July 2, 2019 ENCINITAS Gregory Andrew Lutz was born in Orange, NJ and passed away at his home in Encinitas on July 2nd at the age of 59. He practiced law in San Diego for 32 years and was the head swim coach at Torrey Pines High School for 14 years. Gregory...

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So sad to just hear the news RIP you were one of the Best until we meet again
Patricia ❤

I just heard the sad news this morning and my words can not express the heartache I feel. I watched Gregory grow through the years and he had a special place in my memory bank. His parents and family have my prayers and thoughts.
I can not fathom the pain they most be enduring.

I knew Greg from the Metuchen Golf and Country Club summer swim team. My freshman year of high school, my team (Wardlaw Hartridge) swam against St. Joe's. I was pitted against Greg in the 200 IM. I didn't stand a chance! I was double lapped by Mr. Lutz but he was right there to pull me out of the pool when I finished. God Speed, Greg. My condolences to your family

I will always remember Greg at the holidays when we visited together whether at his home or ours. I remember so many times just getting hysterical laughing over stupid things. I use to say to him "you are so funny Greg" and he'd say "it's not me it's you making me laugh". We always had such a good time when we were together and I am sorry we didn't have more time together. He was a kind and gentle guy who just wanted to have fun. You will be missed my cousin, I will always...

I have not seen him in years and years but as a child when we visited together as family, mostly for holidays, I always remember laughing hysterically at nothing - we would carry on together making fun of everything, it didn't matter what it was but we would get hysterical. He had a great great sense of humor and we always shared tears over laughing. I'm sorry we didn't have more time together but he brought so much sunshine into my life and his smile and laughter will make me never forget...

John and I will always remember the fun times together at the Del Mar Race Track - he could pick em! There was hardly a time I ever saw him without one of his children. He was a great Father and a good friend. It is hard to imagine not seeing him after all these years.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and sorry we could not be there for the service.

Much love,

Maggie, John and Jake Pool

I am so sorry to hear of Greg's passing. I did not know him well. I was a current client. My sympathies to all his family and friends.

Georgie, Sonny and the boys and Hubert

Meeting every year at the reunions was the best. Love Hubert & Lynn

He will be missed dearly. We enjoyed his ongoing ancestry communication and the jovial spirit he always included with each note. God Bless him as he moves on to meet with Chucky again.
Love to all of you.
Blessings,
Hubert & Lynn Laubis