Russell Nutz

Sep 26, 1943 - Feb 19, 2021


Russell Nutz, 77-year-old resident of Little Falls died Friday, February 19 at his home in Little Falls. A funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 25 at 11:00 A.M. at Living Hope Church in Little Falls with Rev. Matthew Parker officiating. The burial will be held at a later date at St....


Feb 25


Thursday, February 25, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Living Hope Church

Haven Rd
Little Falls, MN 56345

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Feb 25


Thursday, February 25, 2021
11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Living Hope Church

Haven Rd
Little Falls, MN 56345

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Russell Nutz

September 26, 1943 - February 19, 2021

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albert paganetti February 27, 2021

sad day just learned of russ's passing he was a good friend and a great man in general, always enjoyed our talks together. he was a man who should be listen to when he talked he had a great way of looking at things. thinking of all of you guys........ albert

Matthew Parker February 21, 2021

Sue Jungk February 21, 2021

Good morning world. It’s hard to explain the feelings I am having on this day. Heaven has gained a wonderful angel while those of us here have a heavy heart and many tears.

Russell Nutz... uncle Russ has made his journey to heaven. There, he will be welcomed and greeted by Our Heavenly Father, his parents and his son Joseph Troy, and many others.

Those of us that grieve at our loss, have a hole in our hearts💔😢. This wonderful man was a great uncle and father figure to me. ( i grew up without a dad in my life)

He had a way of making me feel special even when I was in the backseat while him and my Aunt Sandy were on a date.
Not once, did I feel like I was imposing on their dates. ( I knew it was hard to have a kid tag along on your dates, but they continued to do it with welcoming arms. ( or they hid it well)

He taught me many things, tricked me into eating squirrel, rabbit and venison and other things. They took me camping, fishing and threw me in the lake (to teach me to swim)

I watched him love my aunt with all his heart, cherish her and build their wonderful life together.
They even named their dog, Susie. My thought was that they loved me so much they wanted a Susie around all the time.

Our hearts our meant to fill with love, share that love and keep us alive. What happens when it’s time for a person for move on? The love they have for us lives on with them. Our love for them lives on.
The only thing for us, is a piece of our heart is missing. We need to remember and cherish the times we had together, even though it’s difficult We need to try to keep our hearts open to the little signs we see along the way, knowing and believing it’s them letting us know. They are still there and watching over us.
Uncle Russ, you will be greatly missed. I love you. Thank you for taking (your favorite) 😊 niece into your arms.

My prayers continue for Aunt Sandy, Shannan Parker, Robert Nutz, Andrea Mathison and all of their families
I love you all. Please let me know what I can do to help ❤️❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻

Your favorite niece 😃

Mary Peine February 20, 2021

Sandy, Shannon, Robert, Andrea and families.....I am very sorry to here of Russ's passing. I have always enjoyed the laughter he brought to our neighborhood. He was a great person, heaven has gained a star angel

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