Paul Kutzke (1970-2017)

Paul Kutzke

Paul Kutzke, age 47, of Kenosha, died unexpectedly on Sunday, November 19, 2017.

          Paul was born in Kenosha on October 28, 1970 to Gary Kutzke and Joyce Lourigan. He was a graduate of Tremper High School and graduated from Gateway Technical College in the sheet metal program. Paul made his living as a handyman.

Paul took the most pride in the love of his son, Alex. He was a small man of great faith. He was a gentle spirit and his compassionate, nonjudgmental attitude made him kind and loving to his friends and family. Prior to his death, Paul endured some personal struggles, but is now at peace with the Lord. After years of being “God’s skin on earth”, Paul is now free and home in a place with no more pain. His infectious humor and contagious laugh will forever ring in the minds of those who knew and loved him.

          Paul is survived by his beloved son Alex Kutzke, his step-daughter Autumn Kidd and by his mother and step-father Joyce and Pat Lourigan and step-mother, Jackie Kutzke. He is further survived by his twin brother Mark (Annette Mowery-Clifton) Kutzke, his brother Eddie (Maria Zubarik) Kutzke, his sister Molly (Bryan) Aiello and by his nieces, Andrea Kristine, Sabrina Joyce Aiello and Amanda (Steven) Marin.     

He was preceded in death by his father and sister, Kristine.

Thank you to family, friends and others for their many prayers, especially Paul’s special friend, Arlene.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Thoughts for Paul Kutzke (1970-2017);

  • Joyce, I was so sorry to learn about Paul’s passing. It’s a whole different hurt when you lose a child. I lost John, at the age of 16, in 1981 and Jennifer at the age of 39 in 2007. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May all your happy memories sustain you. May God wrap His arms around you and give you peace.

    Jean Slagoski

  • Sharon Wernecke says:

    Joyce, I just saw this online, today. I go way back to when you were carrying the twins and then met you, again at the class we took at St. Mary’s Church. I am so very sorry for such a loss. All your family have my prayers. I really enjoyed meeting you, again and having coffee at McDonald’s. Sharon

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