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Heroin Memorial - 2015/07/17 - Keith Kutzler - Age 37 yrs - Effort, Pennsylvania

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2015/07/17 - Keith Kutzler - Age 37 yrs - Effort, Pennsylvania

Submitted by: Alison Kutzler - Spouse

Name: Keith Kutzler 
State:  Pennsylvania, 18330

Date of Passing: 7-17-2015
Date of Birth: 5-29-1978
Age: 37 

Tell Us About Them:

He was a father to his two wonderful boys. He was everyone's savior and would give you the shirt off of his back. He loved his family and what he did. His passion was motorcycles, cars, and dirt bikes. He was a coach to his boys in baseball and to many others in wrestling. He loved his tattoos, he loved tattooing people, and he ironically hated needles. His laugh and smile were contagious.


Tell Us About Their Struggles With Addiction:

It began with flesh eating bacteria.... which led to his addiction to the pain pills. I couldn't help him and it pained me to watch. He went to rehab once, and I didn't allow him home when out. He needed to show he changed his ways. Sadly, 10 months later he was back in rehab, this time hooked on heroin. He moved back home after this time to spend more time with his boys. Almost 3 months to the day he was clean, I came home to find him gone.


What Made Them Smile?

His boys, the beach, friends, riding dirt bikes, and his family


What Do You Miss the Most About Them?

Talking to him. He would listen to me for hours. When he was sober he was so supportive and always made me feel.like I could conquer the world. I miss his smile and the quirky little.things we would do..... 20 years together you have a few.


If You Had a Chance to Say One More Thing to Your Angel What Would It Be?

I never stopped loving you

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