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David Lutz

David William Lutz

Monday, September 10th, 1956 - Thursday, April 1st, 2021
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Obituary

David William Lutz

64, of Seabright, passed away on Thursday, April 1st, 2021 in the QEII Health Sciences Center, VG Site. Born in Moncton he was son of the late Henry and Bertha (Ryan) Lutz.
Dave was an avid and competitive bowler, enjoyed hunting, gardening and antique cars. He loved spending time with his granddaughter who always made him smile.

Dave was an electrician at the HMC Dockyard for over 34 years; he enjoyed working in the ‘shop’ and made many wonderful memories.

Survived by his wife Jeanne McRae, Seabright; son, Chris, Halifax; daughter, Caryla (Peter Sonier), Dartmouth; granddaughter, Harper Sonier; sisters, Alexandria “Sandra” (Douglas) McLaughlin, Riverview, NB; Kathleen “Katy” (Allen) Wilmot, Lower Coverdale, NB; Sharon Crossman, Riverview, NB. Predeceased by his sisters, Annie Sprague and Ruth Cole.

A graveside service will be held 11am Tuesday, April 6th in the William Black Memorial Cemetery, Glen Margaret. Rev. Jeremy Eastwood officiating. Due to COVID 19 restrictions social distancing will be practiced and masks are required.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the William Black Memorial Cemetery.
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Service Details

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 | 11:00am
    When
    Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 11:00am
    Location
    William Black Memorial Cemetery
    Address
    10621 Peggys Cove Road
    Glen Margaret, Nova Scotia
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    Notes
    Due to Covid 19 restriction social distancing will be practiced and masks are required.

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Roger and Jane Bureau

Posted at 04:34pm
To Jeanne- Our heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Though we have known the two of you for only a very short time we have been so blessed by that connection and the generosity of David in volunteering his help in working on our property on Woodens River Road. A true neighbour and friend.
Roger and Jane Bureau
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Stan Au

Posted at 03:41pm
Dave was my friend and work partner for many years. We shared many accomplishments and work-related trips together. The laughs, the chats, the jokes are all fond memories which I will never forget. He was my hunting buddy and would share his catch with me if i didn't get anything. We were so much alike I considered him a brother. He will be missed dearly. My condolences to his family.
 

Caryla Lutz Posted at 10:30am

Sorry for your loss too Stan. Thank you for working literally working alongside dad for so many years. Caryla

Richard White

Posted at 06:12pm
Dave rewound an old jigsaw motor for me years ago that I still use today. Whenever I use that jigsaw I think of Dave, I am so sorry to hear of his passing, RIP Dave. My condolences to the family.

Rick White
Blandford NS
 

Caryla Lutz Posted at 06:26am

Hi Rick - thanks for sharing. Dad could fix anything! And I’m happy to hear dad will always be in your thoughts when using the jigsaw Caryla (daughter)

Ryan Pettipas

Posted at 01:30pm
I had the pleasure of working with and being Dave's bench neighbor for the last 4 years until his retirement. Through that time I was an apprentice electrician and now a journeyman and I owe a great deal of my success to him as a mentor and friend. I'll always remember whether it was on a job or on break, we would poke fun at eachother or be in tears from the jokes and conversation. My thoughts and prayers are with this family through this diffucult time, I'm going to miss him dearly.
 

Caryla Lutz Posted at 06:28am

Ryan thanks for sharing these pics of you and dad. They make me laugh and I can see he got a real kick out of these filters!

Susan Britton

Posted at 12:51pm
I remember a time when I was a child, during one of our visits To Grampy and Grammy’s place, a wrestling match with uncle David. My sister Lorena and I We’re trying to tie a ladies scarf around his neck… I remember his smile, I remember his laughter and the fun we had teasing him.
 

Caryla Lutz Posted at 06:29am

This is a wonderful memory! Thanks for sharing.
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