Melody Lutz

Allentown, Pennsylvania


June 7, 2020
Allentown, Pennsylvania


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Melody Lutz, 59, of Bethlehem Township passed away peacefully and surrounded by love at home with her family and nieces, nephews and her animals. She worked for Easton Hospital for 28 years.She is survived by her mother Shirley Faulstick; sister Jamie and husband Erik with whom she resided; three...

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I am a former coworker of Mel's.She was a riot always seeing her and Lisa together.Always very nice God bless her.

I remember you as a dear childhood friend of mine, Mel Mel, on Nesquehoning Street. I will remember our childhood memories and keep you in my heart, may you rest in peace Mel Mel.

Friends Always, Lisa Henley

In loving memory of a wonderful cousin. May God hold you in his loving arms and may you rest in peace.

My sister, mynrock. Life was so unfair to you but your selfless love for me and my kids will never go unnoticed. There was never a day that we didnt speak. You were my routine for the last 12 years when you became sick. I protected you I cared and loved on you as you did for everyone else. Although we know you are with our savior Jesus Christ, your love and warm heart will truly be missed. I will forever live out all your my promises to you and forever hold you dear to my heart. Until we meet...

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

I was Mels boss at Easton Hospital. I interviewed her and hired her. Mel was a hard worker. I could always depend on Mel doing a great job. Mel was funny, kidded, telling jokes, and always was nice to everyone. She will always be remembered. I am truly sorry for your loss of Mel.

My Rock.. My best friend.. You Were Such A Beautiful Loving Caring Person that I Was Blessed To Have In My Life for 32yrs..
I Am so Heartbroken But I Know That You Are In A Better Place Now And Suffer No More..
I Love You Mel And I Will Miss You So Much... Until We Meet Again My Friend... ❤

Rest in peace Mel. We grew up friends from the same street in South Side Easton and stayed that way for many years. We both worked at Easton Hospital, and reminisced about our childhood laughing our butts off. May you be in God's embrace, at peace and no pain my friend. Until we meet again to remember the good old days.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.