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Leslie R. Lutz
January 8, 1935 ~ January 3, 2024 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ led Leslie Robert Lutz to his eternal mansion on January 3, 2024. Born of Evans and Erma (Witmer) Lutz on January 8, 1935, he graduated from the former Marysville High School. He is survived by his two sisters: Joyce Clelan (Richard) and Sondra Spickler (Donald). He was predeceased by his three brothers: Evans, Arthur, and Larry and his wife Elenora (Brown) Lutz and one son Keith Robert Lutz and one grandson Matthew Christopher Lutz. Surviving are his two sons: Brian J. Lutz (Dillsburg) and his two children, along with five of his grandchildren. Leslie Lutz has five grandchildren. Five great grandchildren. And two great, great grandchildren.
Starting his active life, he was a former football player for the Semi pro team of the Baltimore Colts. He started the Little League program in Dillsburg and was quite active in the Cub Scout program for several years and served as president for a time. He continued his success as a Tupperware salesman earning him top marks in the country. He started out working as a tree trimmer then moving on to printer assemblyman then sales. He owned and operated several successful businesses over the years which include: Owner Gateway Unlimited of Dillsburg, Dillsburg Limousine Services, and The Olde Kitchen Shoppe in Lemoyne before retiring to the countryside. He invested his philanthropic time with Mission Central driving his own box truck to pick up computers and Calvary Methodist Church. Within those many years were his hobbies of hunting, fishing, and playing Golf with his son Brian, which he enjoyed many rounds with him. For that he was very thankful.
Funeral services will be held Friday, January 19, 2024, 10:30 am at Calvary Global Methodist Church, 203 Mumper Lane, Dillsburg, PA where he held his membership for over 55 years. A visitation will be held from 9:00-10:30 am prior to the service. Interment will be at Perry Heights in Marysville, PA.
Memorial contributions may be made at Calvary Global Methodist Church at 203 Mumper Lane in Dillsburg, PA, 17019 or The First Baptist Church of Elimsport, 16818 PA Route 44, Allenwood, PA 17810.