Michael Lutz Obituary, Death – At the Reading Hospital and Medical Center, Michael J. Lutz, age 49, was found to have passed away. He made his home in the municipality of Exeter. They were a married couple, with him being married to Lisa A. (Wagner) Lutz. He was brought up by his parents, Charles W. Lutz, who was a resident of Hanford, and Elaine Marie (Anderson) Lutz, who was a resident of Lynnwood. The Golden State was the location of his birth. Mike cherished time spent in nature, particularly at Yosemite National Park, where he could engage in activities such as rock climbing and target shooting. The Reading Liederkranz was one of the organizations he was affiliated with.
Spending time with his family was one of his favorite things to do, and he really liked going to Ethan’s sporting events, helping Chuck with his building projects, and working on those projects with his family. Everyone looked up to Mike as a friend in the group. Over the course of more than 18 years, he worked as the quality control specialist for Berks Homes. Because his coworkers eventually became like members of his own family, the position he had was more than simply a job for him.
In addition to his wife, Mike is survived by his two sons, Charles “Chuck” Lutz and Ethan Lutz, both of whom reside at home; one brother, Christian N., who resides in Studio City, California; one sister, Kathleen, who is married to Anthony Carri and resides in Hanford, California; as well as a large number of nieces and nephews, a wonderful extended family, and many friends. Mike will be greatly missed by all of his loved ones. A Celebration of Life Service will be held on the Monday, August 3, 2015 at 11:00 AM in the Schwarzwald Lutheran Church, which can be found at 250 Church Lane Road Reading, Pennsylvania 19606.
At the same site, there will be a visitation with family and friends from nine in the morning until eleven in the morning. In honor of Mike, we ask that you please attend wearing something comfortable. The cremation will be followed by a private interment at a time that is most suitable for the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be given to the American Cancer Society, which can be found at 498 E. Bellevue Avenue, Reading, Pennsylvania 19605. Donations will be acknowledged when they are received. The Lutz Funeral Home, Inc. in Mount Penn is in charge of making the necessary arrangements at this time.