Athalie E. (Peggy) Lutz

Graveside services for Athalie E. Lutz (Peggy), Lawrence will be 10:30 AM Friday May 14, 2021, at Lawrence Memorial Park cemetery.

Athalie died Thursday May 6, 2021 after a short illness at the Homestead of Eudora where she lived for two months.

She was born in Parker, KS the daughter of Timothy and Minnie Ryan on May 5, 1927. She married Harold Leroy Lutz on May 10, 1945. Shortly after, they bought a farm south east of Lawrence and made it their home for 75 years. Farming with husband Harold and raising their 6 children was her life.

Athalie is proceeded in death by her parents, 4 brothers, 3 sisters, husband Harold, daughter Beverly Campbell, son-in-law Gene Roseberry and daughter-in-law Suzanne Lutz.

She is survived by her five remaining children Janice Roseberry, Connie Quinn and husband Melvin Quinn, Jerry Lutz, Sandra Ratzloff and husband Keith, Gayle Lutz and wife Cindy, 13 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren.

Friends may call from noon to 8 pm Thursday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, a visitation will be from 6 p.m. – 7 p.m.


Messages & Condolences

From George & Cheryl Hunsinger...

To the Lutz clan, we were sorry to learn of Peggy’s passing. I have known your family for almost 60 years. Peggy and Harold were good people. We never miss a visitation or funeral, but do to incontrollable circumstances, we cannot make it to the services. Sure glad I went to the garage sale a few weeks ago, and got to visit with Sandi, Janice, and Gayle. Sorry i’m not going to get to visit with Connie and Jerry. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. If you all need anything, you know all you need is to ask. God bless you all.

From Stephanie Hooper...

My condolences for Grammy(Peggy), such a sweet sweet lady, so very glad I spent time with her and Brandi, great hearted ppl, she will be missed very much, much love to the entire family.

From Craig Byers...

The Harvey, Byers, and Green families extend our condolences and prayers to your family. Peg was a nice lady and will always be remembered.

From Suzanne Miles...

The residents at Homestead Eudora remember Peggy as a sweet and caring friend who was kind to all.

From Tracy Rose...

My condolences for the loss of Peggy. Such a sweet woman and I am proud to have known her. Much love to the entire family as they remember her fondly.

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