Evans Funeral Home
"Compassionate Funeral Service"
Carrington and New Rockford, North Dakota
701.652.3003 or 701.947.2911
Secondary Number ~ 701.650.9937
Charles Kutz, age 63, passed away on Monday, September 14, 2020, in Tyler, TX.
Charles Mienrad Kutz was born March 20, 1957, in Carrington, ND. He grew up in Sykeston, ND and graduated from the Wahpeton School of Science, in Wahpeton, ND focusing on mechanics. He had been a resident of Tyler since 2004, formerly living in Charlotte, NC where he worked as a diesel mechanic a MAC truck dealer. After moving to Tyler, he worked in the car port installation business and later owned Homeland Outdoor Products for some years before he retired. He loved fishing and hunting, subsequently planned to spend many hours doing just that. He was an avid gun collector. He also loved refurbishing antique cars, trucks, and other vehicles. He enjoyed owning and operating newer models, including motorcycles.
He was preceded in death by his father, Mienrad J. Kutz; mother, Leona (Lonski) Kutz; and brother, Michael James Kutz.
Survivors include his son, Jeremy Kutz; three sisters, Jerlynn Sortini of Oregon, Barbara Williams of Arkansas, and Charlene Hamami (Mohammed) of New Jersey; three brothers, John Kutz (Pamela) of North Dakota, Robert Kutz (Dayle) of California, and Martin Kutz (Ann) of North Carolina; and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves his dearest friend, Vicky Sklavenitis.
Funeral Rites for Charles “Chuck” Kutz will be held at 2:00PM. on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, and a rosary will be held Monday evening at 7:00PM both at the Hilliard Funeral Home. His interment will be at St. Elizabeth’s Cemetery in Sykeston, ND at a time to be determined.
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Very sorry on the loss of Chuck. He was a good gregarious guy liked by all who knew him.
Will keep in our thoughts and prayers!
So very sorry to hear of Chuck passing away.
He was a great guy who would do anything for anybody and always had such a big smile on his face and his laugh was contagious!
Would always say hi when we would meet and always had a story to tell.
May God bless each and every one of you and bless Chuck with everlasting life in Heaven!
We want to send our deepest Sympathy to the family. We rode the bus with most
of the family but i am not sure how many came
strolling on. I remember you all were so lucky on the bus
last and off first. To lose a love one puts a big whole in our
hearts. Keep him alive in your hearts and minds..