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'DEATH CLAIMS PROMINENT MAN Former County Commissioner Nicholas Kutz Passes Away Nicholas J. Kutz, prominent In many business enterprises and a former former county commissioner, . died at o'clock. Saturday morning in his 60th year, at his home In Fleetwood. His death was the result of a stroke apoplexy, which he suffered two weeks ago, since which time he had loet the ue' of his speech. ' In the death of Mr, Kutz, Fleetwood Fleetwood will lose one of Its most useful jiiftn. Throughout the period of the he was very active in every form patriotic activity. He 'was one of leading men of the Lutheran church, and was a trustee of the St. , Paul's Union chapel. . . Up to - the time of his deith he - was the purchasing purchasing agent of the Fleetwood Metal Body Co. " . . Held Civic Positions, Among the positions which ho oc - cupied'were: Secretary of the Fleet wood Building & Loan Association, director Board of Trade, director and secretary of the Fleetwood First Na tional Bank. He was a member Qf St Paul's Lutheran Church, Fleetwood Camp 108, P. O. S. of A., Nest of Orioles No. 25, Castle 374, Knights of the Golden Eagle, Willow Valley Lodge. Knights of Pythias." He was a S2d degree Mason, and was active In every functio nof the Masonic order. He Is survived by one daughter, Florence; a brother, Ira, J of this city, and three sisters, Mrs. Wilson Althouse, Mrs. Wellington Hoffman and Mrs. Annie Selbert, all of Nor - ristown. x ' Born in Kutrtown. Mr. Butz was the son of Benneville and Sarah, and was born In the borough borough of Kutztown, Nov. 18, 1860. Ho received his early education in the district school, and later attended the JSvJTSSI J? 1 . ! " II V - 4 Nicholas J. Kutz t

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 28 Jun 1920, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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