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Written by Jim Beecham   
Sunday, 16 October 2011 00:57

Bob Lutz N8JSC 8-5-1916 to 3-17-2007


Bob was an Extra class Ham and long time LARK member who loved people. He celebrated every individual and had a special love for children. He demonstrated this love as Boy Scout leader in Detroit and Hamburg Township, but most of all by being Santa Claus for twenty five years in Hamburg Township. Bob was active in the Kiwanis Club, senior citizens groups in Pinckney and Hamburg Township, served on the Township Zoning Board, the Hamburg Fire Department (Celebration Chair) and sat on the Board of the Maxie Boys Training School. Friends, visiting his home, remember that he would make them select and take with them one of his brass collectables.

Bob gave much to everyone he came in contact with and he will be missed by many.

 
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