Lorraine and family,
I worked with Kurt on a big Copy Products project at Kodak Office back in the 1980's. And my wife and I ran into you and Kurt outside Kodak once or twice back then. I really enjoyed working with and getting to know Kurt. He was sharp at his job, doing the design work for a pretty hefty piece of the project, and was a very caring person as well. It was a pretty challenging project, but Kurt never lost his ability to keep things in perspective and his knack for lifting us up with his sense of humor.
My sincere sympathy for your great loss.
Dear Lorraine, Matt, Mark, and Ellen,
Bob and I remember the great times we had when we lived near you in the Laurelton Road and Longview Terrace neighborhood. We will remember Kurt with fondness for his wonderful caring attitude and fun personality!
Wishing all of you comfort and peace.
Love, Bob and Jill Bak
Dear Lorraine and family,
It was my distinct honor to care for Kurt during his final days of life's journey. I wish I had known him in the years past. May you feel God's love comforting you at this sad time.
Kate Meyer, LPN
Lorraine and family,
Our sincere sympathy to all of you in Kurt’s passing. We treasure all the wonderful memories from the Brookview neighborhood, schools and sports. And certainly we can’t forget our many conversations at Wegmans. We’re so sorry for you all to lose such a kind, gentle, loving man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Anne & John Schoen
Dear Engel Family,
Kurt was my dear friend during our high school days at JD. He was like a big brother to me, a sounding board and protector. He was such a sweet, goofy, affable fellow, who always was there to make me smile. I haven’t thought of him in many years, but hearing today of his passing brought back memories that made me smile. I’m sure he was a wonderful, loyal, happy husband and father and your memories of him will always warm your heart. My deepest condolences to all of his loved ones. He was surely one of a kind.
Leslie (Boris) Schotz, La Jolla, CA