Larry Kutcher

Born in Iowa City, IA
Born on Mar 30, 1949
Departed on Aug 8, 2023

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So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with your family.

Our deepest sympathy to the Kutcher family. We were so surprised when we saw that Larry had passed away. We have so many memories of time spent with him and your family. He was a dear friend to all of us. Christopher, I have a Christopher also, but I have the picture of you and Michael sitting in the pew at IC church the day of our wedding June 20, 1987 as your dad was in our wedding. Memories we'll cherish always. Prayers to all of you

I am so sorry for the passing of Larry. I worked with him at Farmstead. He was on of the kindest, most sweet and patient person I ever met. He had a great sense of humor with a contagious smile. He will be greatly missed and remembered always.

A Mass for the response of the soul of Larry will be offered on August 19, 2023, at the Mass of Holy Spirit Catholic Faith Community. May his soul have eternal rest and peace. He was a beautiful spirit and soul!

Larry was a great man. I had the pleasure of meeting him at a family funeral. I found out that we were closely related, at that time I was serving in the Marine Corps and about to get out. I received tremendous advice from him that shaped who I am today. I will miss him and his guidance. My condolences are to the family, and Larry's legacy along with the Baker family name will continue through me. If the family ever needs anything we are standing next to them through Larry.

Colleen and Michael and Family. I'm so sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Thoughts and prayers to you both and the entire family

I first met Larry before he and Colleen got married as I used to work with Colleen at CRST. From the few times I met him he was a good person. My deepest condolences to you all.

My deepest condolences to your family and Chris and Mike.

Chris & Mike- So sorry for the loss of your father. With love and respect. -Chad Siemering

My heart is sad because I never got to meet him. He was so kind and helpful with my research concerning my grandmother. I will cherish the pictures that he sent to me. My prayers go out to all of the family. May God be with you all.

To the Kutcher family, so very sorry for your loss. I cannot remember a time when he didn’t have a smile or when he wouldn’t take the time to see how you were. He was so proud of his kids. Now heaven has gained a truly great one. From another of the GMI crowd that will never forget him.

Dear Colleen, and entire family, I am so sorry for your loss, thinking of you, wishing you peace & love during the days, months, & years ahead.

I worked with Larry at the Big G. He got a "that's 70's show" picture and wrote a message to my nephew. My nephew was so proud of that picture! A man with standards that was nothing short of exceptional. My thoughts and prayers to his family.

It has been an honor to call Larry my friend. Having had a chance to work and live with this incredible man for two years was a blessing. Every day he would teach me something new, whether it was how to hang drywall or matters of the heart, he always had the right answer. He had the most incredible work ethic I have ever witnessed... as long as he had a can of Pepsi in his hand, the job was going to get done. Will miss our chats.

I started my career at General Mills with Larry and worked with him until he left to pursue his passions. Larry was one of the best people I've ever known. He was a man with no enemies. I am truly grateful to have known him. My condolences to his family and his closest. God speed brother!

I worked with Larry at the packing house(Farmstead),what a great person to work with.Enjoyed many a beer together which included good conversation;Larry always had a good story or joke to tell.Anne and I always had a good time with Larry and family at the cabin or snowmobiling in Wisconsin. We treasure the time we spent with Larry and the many memories we have.Larry will be greatly missed

So sorry to hear of Larry's passing. He was always fun to work with. My asian friend at General Mills could not for some reason pronounce Kutcher, and always called him Larry chicken instead. Never made any sense but we always got such a big kick out of it, especially Larry. Always fun to talk with, he will be greatly missed.

For 21 years, Larry wasn't just the Dad of one of my best friend's...he also became MY friend. I'm a better man because I had Sir Lawrence :^) in my life. Thank you Pops. Whenever I get down, I'll always remember what you said- "Life is good." Love ya Buddy.

Truly enjoyed being around Larry. Will always be grateful for him helping kickstart our married life by assisting with our move to Colorado. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family.

I am truly sorry for your loss. My you be comforted by fond memories. I worked with him briefly at big G.He was a bight light. He cherished his children ,worked hard yet knew there was more to life. Julie Hulseberg

I’m so sorry for your loss , I worked with Larry and enjoyed his calm and friendly manner.

Tausha, Mike, Chris and family, Your father was a wonderful man. I enjoyed talking with him about his love of fishing and he would light up when talking about how proud of was of his children. May it comfort you to know, you are in the thoughts and prayers of so many who care.

Larry and I worked directly across from each other in the beef offal department skinning beef heads at Wilson Foods. Also, played poker at his residence with the boys. A truly outstanding individual in every sense of the word. Will be sorely missed.

My condolences to you and your family. I Know You Since Renting on Oakland Rd Many Years And Haning out in the Basement Watching The Iowa Hawkeyes on any Given Saturday. May You Score Big in Heaven

I had the pleasure of working with Larry many years including Wilson Foods and General Mills. I stood in the strike line and unemployment line with Larry. Always a pleasure to work and converse with. RIP Larry

Our deepest sympathies to all the family members. May all your fondest memories of Larry give you much comfort and peace. We will keep our memories of him close to our hearts.

So sorry for your loss, I worked with Larry and he always had a great story to tell. He loved his family very much and after retiring from the Big G he set out to his real passion as a carpenter to flip houses. Larry you will be greatly missed!!

I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Larry at General Mills. He always had a smile and was one of the hardest workers I met at the plant. He will be dearly missed Again my sincere condolences to the Family.

What a great man he was ! Enjoyed being his banker for him and his family at Collins Credit Union. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Gone to soon always easy to talk to, he lived life enjoying it to the fullest. His loss will be felt by anyone he met along life’s journey. I cut his hair for a few years enjoyed the great conversation & must say he also had great hair. His smile will be missed a lesson for all that a smile can bring joy to people you meet everyday! My condolences to all of you may God be with you at this time Juanita DeLong

What a great break buddy, love that we could talk about anything. My condolences to your family.

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with your family.

I worked with Larry many years ago in the cereal department at General Mills. He was one of the hardest workers and also a very nice guy.

Dear Tausha, Mike, Chris and family, You are in my thoughts and prayers. May beautiful memories of your Dad sustain you and may he rest in peace after a life well lived!

Larry was the best! He was a beacon of joy, kindness and laughter… that’s how he’s been etched in my mind. We didn’t know each other well, but I do know he had a true gift of putting people at ease, I believe it comes from being genuine, present, and down to earth - all things Larry embodied. The world has lost such a beautiful soul, but he will live on as a guiding light and guardian angel to his family and loved ones! Sending all of you big hugs and prayers to get through this tremendously difficult time and of course for an easy transition to Heaven for sweet, wonderful Larry.

I'm sorry for your loss. I worked with Larry at the Big G he was always fun, kind, and hard-working. Loved working with Larry, especially when we were in shapes and climbing into that big enrober cleaning out the Big Blobs of fruit. Hugs and Love to all.

Larry was an unforgettable bright spot in my workday (night) at General Mills. He always was cheerful, a hard worker, and just a pleasant guy to work with. My sincerest sympathy to his whole family. You are in my prayers for your hearts to be comforted.

Tasha and family, sending our condolences for the loss of your Dad.

So sorry for your loss! We are thinking of you all!

To all of Larry’s family. Larry was was one of the nicest people I have ever worked with. He was always willing to help out with anything. Also enjoyed his humor. He would get me laughing every night on the string line. My sincerist condolences.

One of the good people on earth. I enjoyed working with him at the Big G. You just felt happier when he was in the area and their neighborhood parties. My condolences to the family. RIP Larry.

You are forever in my heart. I feel so very privileged to have grown up knowing you. You are one of a kind.

Tausha, Michael, Ashton and your whole family-sending you so much love at this time and always. Larry will remain in my heart as one of the kindest people I’ve ever met and I shall cherish his memory, as I’ve always cherished knowing him.

Tausha, Mike and Chris, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I remember many ‘play dates’ with Larry when you lived in Cedar Rapids. He was a fun loving and compassionate man. I will not be able to attend the visitation but know you and your families are in my prayers. Hugs!

Larry was a genuine gentleman. He was one of the good guys , nicest person you will ever meet. Loved to talk to him. He will be greatly missed. So sorry about his family's loss.

Larry was simply one of the most genuine, warm and wonderful people I have ever had the privilege of meeting. He made everyone feel like family. I was so honored to officiate his wedding to Colleen, and will continue to hold that special memory close. Sending all of my love to the family.

I don’t know if I ever remember Larry without a smile on his face. The world just lost a good one. Condolences