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Martin “Marty” Lucht, age 88, of New Rockford died Monday, January 20, 2020, at CHI St. Alexius Health, Carrington, ND.

Martin Henry Lucht, was born January 29, 1931, to Alma (Sievers) and John Henry Lucht in New Rockford, ND. Marty grew up in New Rockford, attending school there until he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. He was stationed in Japan as a Weatherization Specialist during the Korean War.

Marty was honorably discharged on September 17, 1952. He then returned to New Rockford; working at the local bakery as a baker, then he worked at Standard Oil Company, and New Rockford Chevrolet for 43 years. Martin was united in marriage to Eloise Treon on September 17, 1955.

He was Chairman of Emmanuel Lutheran Church for several years. He was also a member of the New Rockford Fire Department and New Rockford Ambulance. In 2004, he received the North Dakota Outstanding EMT Award in Bismarck. Marty was also Manager of the American Legion and member of the Legion Firing Squad for several years.

Marty is survived by his loving wife of 64 years Eloise; four children, Allan (Julie) Lucht, Germany, Larry (Irene) Lucht, Stephen’s City, VA, Scot (Kim) Lucht, Rochester, MN, Heidi (Jay) Schneider, Devils Lake, ND; twelve grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Alma and John Lucht; four siblings, Ruby Bass, Erna Lucht, Earl Lucht, and Doris Thompson.

Visitation will be Friday 9:00AM-4:30PM at Evans Funeral Home, New Rockford and will continue from 6:00-7:00PM at First Lutheran Church followed by a Prayer Service at 7:00PM.

Funeral Service will be Saturday, January 25th at 10:30AM at First Lutheran Church, New Rockford.

Burial will be held at Prairie Home Cemetery, New Rockford.

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  1. Sad to hear this news. Great memories of working with Larry in the summer of ’77. While I didn’t know your dad well, he always seemed like a genuine class act and I know my parents felt that way. My condolences to all family and friends.

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  2. I am sorry to hear about Marty’s passing. Marty was such a nice man. He was a valued leader in our little church. I remember walking to school past the Chevy car dealership and occasionally waving to Marty as he was working. I was always happy when on my return visits to New Rockford I had a chance to visit with Marty and Eloise. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

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  3. So sorry for your loss – Marty was truly one of a kind and will certainly be missed! He was a dear dear friend of my Grandpa (Richard Klemin) and memories of Grandpa usually include time at the Legion or BR Chevy and Marty was ALWAYS a wonderful part of that and as we grew up, he always had a warm smile, chuckles, kind words and best wishes for whatever we were doing, genuinely interested. Nice, nice man!!

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  4. Scott and Family,
    I’m so sorry to hear of your loss!! Your father was truly a very nice man and will be missed by many! May God wrap each and everyone of you in his arms and comfort you. Cyndy Laber, Mandan

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  5. So very sorry to hear of Marty’s passing. My condolences to Eloise and family. Marty and I were best of friends. We went through the grades in the Park School together. Later we both worked at the Chevy garage for many years. He will surely be missed by all.

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  6. Allen,. I saw in the paper that your dad died. I just lost my mother in November. My condolences to you and your family.

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  7. Marty was a co-founder of Community Ambulance Service and volunteered 48 years – from 1971-2019 – as a First Responder, EMT, CPR Driver and finally as a non-medical volunteer. During my years as Squad Leader Marty was my “go to” guy whenever I needed advice or help with anything at all. He gave very willingly and kindly of his wisdom and helping hands. Marty and Eloise have always been good friends to Richard and I and we will miss Marty immensely. Our sincere condolences to his family.

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  8. Sending our sympathy to Eloise ( a fellow Oberon girl) and her family at this sad time.

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  9. Marty was the epitome of humble and kind. A wonderful man who will surely be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Lucht family.

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  10. Our condolences to Eloise and family. Marty was a friend of my. Marty and I (Christ) when to outings together for general motors outings. Also through the Fire Dept. and American Legion. Marty will be missed by many.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Christ and Judy Heintz
    30 Country Road
    Rugby, ND 58368

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  11. So very sorry to hear of Marty’s passing! He was the sweetest! My condolences to Eloise and family!

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  12. Our heart goes out to the Lucht family from the Berglund family.
    Marty worked at the Silver Crest Bakery in New Rockford when my dad,Harold Berglund asked Marty to work for him at Harold’s Standard Service station, that was in the late 50’s. Marty and my dad were very good friends, later Marty then when to work for Herman Allmaras Chevy garage in the parts department.
    I have found memories of Marty.

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  13. Marty and Eloise were my next door neighbors while growing up in New Rockford. I spent many Friday or Saturday nights babysitting their young sons. It was a pleasure knowing such fine people as they were always so kind to me. May God grant Eloise and her family peace and happiness as they remember the goodness this man always showed. RIP, Marty.

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