Kendra Lutz Obituary, Death – On October 11, 2021, Kendra Lutz, a resident of Sutherland, Nebraska, succumbed to health issues at Great Plains Health in North Platte. She was 52 years old at the time of her passing. Kendra’s birth took place on November 26, 1968, in Cozad, the location where she spent her formative years and completed her secondary education. Subsequently, she relocated to Paxton in the company of her parents, Richard ‘Pooch’ and Marian Pollat.
Kendra gained employment at various establishments, including the Ogallala truck stop, NPPD, the Sutherland Care Center, and ultimately Ozzie’s. Kendra and John Lutz entered into matrimony on September 29, 2007, subsequently establishing their residence in Sutherland. Kendra shown a penchant for engaging in gambling activities, engaging in creative projects, displaying an extroverted nature, and possessing a highly appealing personality. The deceased individual, in question, was preceded in death by her father, Richard Pollat, her brother, Mike Wilson, and her brother-in-law, Bill White.
Kendra is survived by her spouse, John Lutz, residing in Sutherland. Additionally, her mother, Marian Pollat, residing in Paxton, and her sister, Deb White, and brother, Joe (Donna) Pollat, residing in Cozad, are among her surviving family members. Furthermore, she is survived by her half-siblings, namely Kenny Wilson, Sheila, Michelle, and Christina. Notably, her special young boys, Skyler Shipman and Joshua ‘Smurf’ Harper, from Sutherland, also remain. Lastly, she is survived by various other relatives and acquaintances.
The scheduled services are set to take place at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at Odean Colonial Chapel, where Pastor Mark Baldwin will preside. The interment will afterwards take place at Riverview Cemetery. The designated hours for visitation will commence at 10 a.m. and conclude at 7 p.m. The funeral service will take place on Thursday at Odean Colonial Chapel, after which the deceased will be cremated. It is recommended that memorials be directed towards the Sutherland Volunteer Fire Department. Expressions of sympathy can be conveyed through the website odeanchapel.com. The responsibility for the arrangements lies with Odean Colonial Chapel, located at the intersection of C and Sycamore.