Edward Lutz © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Edward Lutz, 80 of Mound Valley, Kansas died October 9, 1965 at the farm home of his daughter at Cherryville, Kansas.
Born January 25, 1885 at Richland, Kansas, the son of William and Mary Lutz, he moved to Durham, Oklahoma in 1912.
He was married to Nannie Hensley at Cheyenne, Oklahoma April 6, 1921.
He moved from Durham, Oklahoma to Mound Valley, Kansas in 1941. He farmed in the Mound Valley vicinity until his retirement in 1947 he moved to Mound Valley.
Surviving besides the wife of the home are his three sons, Alfred of Heston, Kansas; Burl of Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Cleo of Caney, Kansas; his daughter, Mrs. Donal Frobe of Cherryville, Kansas; three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Sutton of Lecompton, Kansas; Mrs. Bertha Simmons of El Dorado, Kansas; and Mrs. Ida Krouse of Topeka, Kansas; his brother, Theodore Lutz of Durham, Oklahoma and nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 12, 1965, at the Mound Valley Methodist church with Rev. Arlin Peffey of Chanute officiating.
Burial was in the Mound Valley Cemetery, Mound Valley, Kansas.
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