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Charlie W. Utz

Service Date: September 18, 2021
Visitation Info: Burlington Baptist Church
Service Info: Burlington Baptist Church
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Charlie Utz, 61 of Burlington, passed away September 9, 2021. Charlie was a staple of the Burlington community as a “Dad” to many and friend to everyone. He spent 27 years working for the Board of Education Transportation Department. He loved spending time with his family, a good sip of bourbon, and playing cards with his friends. He had a love for all things John Deere and his trucks.  Charlie will be truly missed by the numerous people who knew his kindness.

Charlie is survived by his wife of 8 years: Tami Utz, children: Dustin Wayne Utz, Amber Nicole (Drew Preston) Utz, Keshia Lee (Thomas) Walton, step-children who he loved as his own: Ryan Michael Clayton, Kyle Ardew (Sarah) Walton, Ethan Ray (Lauren) Walton, 6 grandchildren, brothers: Anthony (Dee) Utz, Samuel Utz, Michael (Kathy) Utz, Russell Utz, Terry (Melissa) Utz, Robert Utz,  sisters:  Diane Utz, Vietta Utz, Pamela Utz and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. Charlie was preceded by his Aunt and Uncle: Arthur and Margaret Utz, brother: Jamie Utz, and parents: Samuel and Betty Utz.

A visitation will be held Saturday, September 18, 2020 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Burlington Baptist Church. A service will immediately follow at 2:00 pm. The family asks that you come as you are and dress like your own version of Charlie!

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Cowboy Up for a Cure (cowboyupforacure.org) and Kentucky FFA, as Charlie was a member of the Conner High School Chapter (https://kyffa.org/ways-to-give)

Saturday
18
September
10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Burlington Baptist Church

1031 Washington St,
Burlington, Kentucky 41005
Saturday
18
September
2:00 pm

Burlington Baptist Church

1031 Washington St,
Burlington, Kentucky 41005

Charlie W. Utz

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Thursday
1
January
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Charlie W. Utz


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Sorry charlie

The gripshovers love and miss ya budd! This isn’t right, the great go first!
Tommy gripshover


What a great guy

I’m saddened by this, why must the good go first? SMH love the UTZ’s and sorry for yr huge loss !!!


To Everyone in the Utz Family

Our hearts go out to all of you in this sad time. May the memories of a happy life give you genuine comfort. We are so sorry we cannot make the service but we will be with you in prayer.
“When my body won’t hold me anymore
And it finally lets me free
Where will I go?
Will the trade winds take me south through Georgia grain?
Or tropical rain?
Or snow from the heavens?
Will I join with the ocean blue?
Or run into a savior true?
And shake hands laughing
And walk through the night, straight to the light
Holding the love I’ve known in my life
And no hard feelings”
—Rick and Mary (Dickey) Groger


To the Utz Family

We were so very sorry to hear about the loss of Charlie. He always had a smile which then brought smiles, whether in person or just in passing.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Charlie’s loved ones.

Herb and Cindy Cress


Charlie utz

I am so sorry to hear about Charlie,wow it just dont sound real, he definitely will be truly miss.


Haddix

Sorry to hear of Charlie passing he was a good man that will be missed god will surely enjoy having him and to his my thoughts and prayers are with you.


Condolences to Charlie’s family

I am so sorry for your lost. I have you all in my prayers.
Sandra Dinser


Condolences from Colorado

We were fortunate to see Charlie at the Ameristop in Burlington while we were there for a visit. The Utz Family is one of Boone County’s original great families. RIP Charlie! Tony & Susan Revack


Charlie and Family

I work for kenton county school bus garage. God blessed me for knowing Charlie for 23 years. He brought so much joy, always smiling, always cutting up. He will truly be missed. But I know he is making God smile! God bless your family Steve Knochelman.


My high school friend

Thanks for the memories growing up as we rode to and from school. Great memories from a great man. To Charlie’s family, my deepest condolences. Steve & Donna Snelling


Charlie Utz

My heat is breaking. Charlie was a good friend. I had many laughs and lunches with Charlie and Ronnie. Loved the stories he told about my aunt and uncle. Charlie will truly be missed and in our hearts forever. Our Deepest Sympathies may God give you guidance, strength and comfort. Love Anna


Condolences to Charlie’s family

So sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. He will be missed.


Sending hugs and prayers

So sorry for your loss. Have been praying for the family. He will be missed.
Krista