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Kathleen D. Lutz

Kathleen D. Lutz

Kathleen Dorothy Lutz (nee Soler) peacefully passed away at home, surrounded by her family on January 3, 2018 at the age of 81 years. She is reunited with her beloved husband, Dennis.

Kathleen was a devout Catholic who reflected her faith in all aspects of her life, including raising her children. She was someone who always displayed an exceptional example of unconditional love. She was there for her children and had many talents that were not taught in a classroom. She was a baker, a cook, a seamstress, a quilter, a gardener, a teacher, a volunteer, a card shark, a reader, a mother, a grandma, a great-grandma, and most of all an example of Godliness. She spread love wherever she went and her dedication to the Lord was radiated in her words and actions.

Kathleen was preceded in death by her husband, Dennis, parents Martin John ("Marty") and Lucy Soler, brothers, Leo Soler, John Soler, and Donald Soler, and sister, Lucille Lutz.

She is survived by her 10 children, Raymond (Cecelia) Lutz, David (Karen) Lutz, Annette Plourde, Thomas Lutz, Diane (John) Clark, Matthew (Joyce) Lutz, Katherine (Mike) Beckman, Keith (Miranda) Lutz, Dennis (Heidi) Lutz, Bridget (Tharshan) Sabesan; brothers George Soler, and Joseph Soler, and sisters Ann Reinhart, Agnes Farrell, and Mary Olson; 26 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

A visitation for Kathleen will be held at Williamson White Funeral Home in Amery on Sunday, Jan. 7th 2pm-5pm and funeral at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Amery Monday, Jan. 8th at 11am with viewing one hour prior to mass. The family invites all to celebrate Kathleen's life with a luncheon immediately after services. Interment will be held following the luncheon at Clear Lake Cemetery.

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In lieu of personal monetary gifts, please make donations in memory of Kathleen Lutz to Feed my Starving Children, Wisconsin Right to Life, or St. Joseph Catholic Church, Amery.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Williamson-White Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 222 Harriman Avenue North Amery, Wisconsin 54001.