Kurt Kutcher, 50, Beaver Dam

May 22, 2019

Kurt Kutcher, 50, Beaver Dam, went to his heavenly home May 18, 2019, at Dycora Transitional Health in Beaver Dam.

Kurt was born in Beaver Dam on April 1, 1969, the son of Jack and Dorothy (Weber) Kutcher. He was a graduate of Beaver Dam High School and owned A1 Tri-County Distributing Co. in Beaver Dam for several years. Kurt enjoyed hunting, bowling, camping and woodworking. A lover of all animals, he adored the many dogs he had in his life. Everyone who had the pleasure of meeting Kurt got to experience his desire to live life to the fullest.

Kurt left behind his children, Bryce and Kendall Kutcher; his brother, Russ (Cheryl) Kutcher; nephews, Kyle (Amanda) Kutcher and children, Cameron and Brinlee, Drew (Jenna) Kutcher and daughter, Conley; sister, Justine (Harley) Walker; niece, Amber (Mike Ensley) Walker and children, Austin Walker and Audika Wolfe; niece, Auburn (Chris) Breuer and son Asher; and further survived by other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Jack and Dorothy; grandparents, Hugo and Hilda Weber; his favorite aunt, Shirley Lambrecht; and other relatives.

A memorial gathering will be held Thursday, May 30, at Cornerstone Funeral & Cremation Services, 135 Keller Blvd., Beaver Dam, from 4-6 p.m. Inurnment will take place at Highland Memory Gardens at a later date.

The family thanks the staff at Dycora Transitional Health for their support during his stay. A special thanks to Denise Herbst for all her support; we wouldn’t have been able to do it without her. She had a special way of getting to know Kurt and her support given to Amber was amazing. The rest of the hospice team was incredible and will hold a special place in our hearts.

If desired, memorials in Kurt’s name may be directed to the Dodge County Humane Society.

Cornerstone Funeral & Cremation Services in Beaver Dam is honored to be serving the family. Send private online condolences or sign the family’s guest book at www.cstonefs.com.

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