Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Victor P. Utlak
Vic was a wonderful person as I had talked to him numerous times at Boy Scout functions, at Sheetz or at the local grocery store. He always made a point to take the time to converse with me and I always enjoyed our chats. He was a person whom you always enjoyed chatting with and he had so much wisdom in him. When I was in scouts, he would be at the top of my list to invite to our troop functions. What a thrill he was to have with us for those times with the scouts. He will be greatly missed and I, along with others, will have very fond memories of him!
Dear Mrs. Utlak and Family -
Due to a prior commitment, I am unable to come to the funeral home tonight to share my sympathy with you.
Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. He was a wonderful guy and throughout the years I enjoyed his kidding around with me. You're a wonderful family - hang together and know that he's looking down at you with a big smile. God bless.
Love you all bunches -
Mrs. Shutes and Bill
Please accept my deepest sympathies. You have been in my thoughts and prayers. -God Bless
You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. I will remember your husband and father as a very kind man and I hope that you knowing that he is now with our Lord in a much better place will bring you some comfort. I am very sorry for your loss.
To the family of Vic: Carl and I offer our deepest condolences. May Vic be free from his pain and suffering and have a new life to share with his Savior Jesus Christ. You will be in our prayers.
I'd like to express my condolences to Jen & her family. I am so sorry for your loss.
Anne (Dorfi) Glencer
Reyne -- I am so sorry that I cannot be there for you, but I will be thinking of you and your family.
Love ya, Sherry
Sherry Hornyak Salamone
I am so sorry for your loss, know that my thoughts and prayers are with your whole family. I pray that God with strengthen you all through these difficult days and that you will feel the comfort of his presence and his promise.
Lisa Pettis McPeak
he walks to the beat of his own drum now, and we all will miss him, but we also know he is in a better place.
little drummer boy