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Frederick H. "Fred" Lutz
Date of Death: December 24, 2020
Rachel & Ken Wilkins
Janet Stanley
Cindy Scott
Judy Luta
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Frederick H. Lutz, 82, passed away Thursday, 24 Dec. 2020 at the MedStar Washington DC hospital after a month’s-long battle with heart failure. Fred was born in 1938 in Meridian, Mississippi to Maxine and Jacob Lutz, now deceased. Fred attended University of MD for a year before joining the Army. He served State side from …
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Rachel & Ken Wilkins left a message on March 5, 2021:
We are so sorry for your loss. We bought a Cricket from Mr. Fred two summers ago and he was the absolute nicest man we could have met. He even showed us the inside of his house and all his figurines. We are so sorry to hear of his passing. God Bless. Rest in Peace Mr. Fred
Janet Stanley left a message on January 24, 2021:
Dear Fred: you left us too soon. I hope you are racing through heaven in your cart with Tyler sitting beside you. All my love, Jan
Cindy Scott left a message on January 22, 2021:
Fred was a one of a kind. Wicked sense of humor and always the salesman. I always enjoyed talking to him at Whippet events. He will be missed by his Whippet family. God speed, Fred.
Sam Lee left a message on January 12, 2021:
I've been blessed to work with Fred at Miller Toyota since 1997 before he sold at Warrenton Toyota to be closer to his Winchester home. I appreciate the quality of Fred's stories as he delivered many supportive insights, stories delivered with great humor at work and his personal life. It is a true quality that I appreciate working alongside his many character talents, and his Toyota salesperson professional career.
Lori Lievre left a message on January 9, 2021:
My prayers & condolences to you, Bobbie, as I know you are missing your Fred. What a beautiful obituary that is a reflection of the wonderful person Fred was. The words describing Fred are so appropriate as in the short time I knew him, that is what was so apparent; a gentle-hearted, calm-natured, genuine guy. I always enjoyed his company when he would be with you. Prayers for peace & comfort during this time.
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Judy Luta left a message on January 5, 2021:
We will all miss Fred's kindhearted ways and easy smile. He was always a pleasure to be around. May God grant him eternal rest and peace to his loved ones.
Lisa Klepp left a message on January 2, 2021:
Fred and Bobbi where one of the first people I met at the Blue Ridge Training Club and he was truly a wonderful and kind man! This world was blessed with Fred’s kindness and of course his wonderful smile! My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
Andy Hatch left a message on January 1, 2021:
I was introduced to Fred by a mutual friend who had sold Toyotas with him for many years when Fred was looking for someone to help him sell carts at a show. I so enjoyed the pleasure of working with him that I did several shows with him and Bobbie. I had over forty years in sales and never met a nicer or more honorable man. Fred would do anything to help a customer, and his customers always became friends. Miss you my friend.
Mike Makhzani left a message on December 31, 2020:
Rest in Peace Fred. I always called you uncle. It was a pleasure knowing you and working with you. I will never forget you, your kind nature and willingness to help.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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