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Andrew L. Kurutz

Born: Wed., Aug. 14, 1918
Died: Sun., Dec. 23, 2012

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Andrew L. Kurutz, 94, of Saxonburg, passed away at 4:09 a.m., Sunday, December 23rd, while in the company of family members, at Concordia Lutheran Ministries, Cabot. Andrew was born in Smithton, on August 14, 1918, the son of the late Julia (Takacs) and Steve Kurutz. He was a driver and salesperson for Keck's Dairy in Wilson PA, and later worked in the Engineering Maintenance Department at McKeesport Hospital. He was a member of the Evangel Heights Assembly of God Church in Sarver. Andrew enjoyed going fishing, hunting, woodworking , and making bird houses and benches. Andrew was a greeter at Evangel Heights and was involved in many church activities and mission trips. Andrew 's mission trips had led him to Israel, France, Germany, the Bahamas, and Czech Republic.

He is survived by his wife of 68 years Helen (Nazaryk) Kurutz, his daughter Saundra (Rev. John) Kuert, of Buffalo Twp.; two grandchildren Lisa (Rev. Jeff) Bogaczyk, of Buffalo Twp., and Rev. Jonathan (Elissa) Kuert, of Kunming, China. He is also survived by three great-grandchildren Jacob, Alyssa, and Jesse Bogaczyk

Andrew is preceded in death by his 4 brothers Joseph, John, Steve, and George Kurutz, and 4 sisters Helen Fasekas, Mary Szabo, Elizabeth Balko, and Julia Englert.

Family and friends will be received on Wednesday December 26th, 2012 from 4-7 p.m. in the Evangel Heights Assembly of God Church 120 Beale Road, Sarver. Funeral Services will be held in the church at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 27th, with the Rev. John Kuert, Rev. Jonathan Kuert, and Rev. Jeff Bogaczyk officiating. Burial will be held in the West Minster Cemetery, Clinton Twp.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Evangel Heights Assembly of God Church 120 Beale Road Sarver, PA 16055

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Ken and Diane DeSalvo

Andy was a great mentor, friend, and brother who blessed Jesus Christ in everything he did. I have unforgettable memories on the Loyalhanna, Buffalo and Bull Creeks and of the times we spent together. Thanks pal.

Chuck and Karen Golembiesky

Sandy and family, We were sad to hear of the passing of your father, Andy. We have very many good memories of him meeting everyone at the door of Evangel Heights. He was a great blessing to all who talked with him. He will be missed. Love and prayers from all our family

Ivan and Tilly Walz

To Sandy and John Kuert and family,

Sorry to hear of your dad's passing. We send our love and prayers and may the peace of God be with you.

With Sincere sympathy,

Ivan and Tilly Walz

Julia Moreman

Aunt Helen and Saundra,

You have my deepest condolences. Uncle Andy always held a special place in my heart because when my Daddy was ill after his stroke, Uncle Andy came to the hospital and we all prayed over and for him. My dad really appreciated that and had faith in the help Uncle Andy's prayers held for him. I will keep him and you all in my heart and in my prayers. May the Lord's light shine upon Uncle Andy for all eternity. Love Tudy and Family

cary and deb barry

May our Father surround you and hold you in his everlasting arms. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

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