Martha Lutz

Martha Lutz

Martha Lutz of Otsego, Michigan, passed away Tuesday, March 5, 2013 at her home. Martha was born September 28, 1944 in Huron, Ohio, the daughter of Lawrence and Violet (Tarring) La Course.

She enjoyed sewing and visiting with friends and family.

Surviving are her husband, Richard ‘Dick’ Lutz; three daughters, Sally (Todd) Tracht, Bambi Lutz, Michelle ‘Missy’ Lunato; two grandkids, Dominique and Nichols; a sister, Peg (Ralph) Bauer; a nephew, Josh Patrick; Glenda (Larry) Hodgman, who was like a sister.

Preceding her in death were her parents; two brothers, Lester and Charles La Course; and a grandson, Michael Tracht.

Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Sunday, April 14, 2013, at Friendship Wesleyan Church, Plainwell.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

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  1. Donna (Reed) Hall says:

    I was sad to hear about Martha’s passing, I have known Martha for many, many years, She is my sister-In-Laws Cousin, Martha was alway’s so kind to everyone, No matter where you saw her, She had a Huge Smile and a warming welcome, She will be missed by all that knew her, Now free to fly in Heaven~~ Rest In Peace Martha~ Love~ Donna

  2. Pam Smecka says:

    I knew her as Marty. She was a good person. Gonna miss seeing her at my aunt Glenda’s she was at her house a lot. Always made us laugh. And for my my baby shower she made my baby beautiful quilts. Gonna miss her a ton. But she is in a better place now. R.I.P Marty gonna miss ya a ton. Pam

  3. Glenda Strojny says:

    I have known Marty for years, she was like a aunt to me. She had the most friendly cheerful personality.There was never a time she hasn’t made me laugh I loved being around her. I was heartbroken when I was called and told the lord has taken her home. She is in heaven with Jesus and all her passed loved ones and not suffering anymore. Rip Marty you may not be down here with us but you will always live forever in our hearts.

    Glenda Strojny

  4. Peggy Bauer says:

    I may not have been there much and I wish I could have been there at the last. You were the best sister a person could have. We may have had sister fights but we always stuck together. You were so kind hearted and loved by many. Till we see each other again. love ya sis

  5. Michelle Lunato says:

    I look back over my life and I have so much to be thankful for. Mommy, you did so much to protect, love and teach me. You will be missed and my heart aches for daddy who is missing his best friend so dearly. Thank you for all that you did and tried to do for me. You will not be forgotten. ~ Always, missy

  6. Richard Clark says:

    God’s Garden
    God looked around his garden
    And found an empty place,
    He then looked down upon the earth
    And saw your tired face.
    He put his arms around you
    And lifted you to rest.
    God’s garden must be beautiful
    He always takes the best.
    He knew that you were suffering
    He knew you were in pain.
    He knew that you would never
    Get well on earth again.
    He saw the road was getting rough
    And the hills were hard to climb.
    So he closed your weary eyelids
    And whispered, ‘Peace bethine’.
    It broke our hearts to lose you
    But you didn’t go alone,
    For part of us went with you
    The day God called you home.
    –Anonymous

  7. Jennifer Oisten says:

    Marty could always make me laugh. I will miss her. R.I.P.

  8. Debra Kise "Dee Dee" says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Martha, we just found out today 4/25/13. She was so special to us, I have heard my mom (Reneca) and grandma (Avenell) tell us many stories about growing up with Martha. Avenell and mom was so excited that we finally had gotten in contact with her and Peggy after many years of trying to locate them. And especially they all came to visit and Martha got to stay a couple of weeks with Avenell. Please accept our condolences and apologies for not founding out sooner. We loved Martha, I loved talking to her on the computer too. Bless her heart, she will be missed.. Love to all, Dee Dee & her family in KY.

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