My grandfather lied to serve in WWII and Korea, and was a dedicated father and husband of 50 years to my grandmother. He was a retired welder at Champion Spark Plug When it was still the all Amirecan sparkplug. He love to be outdoors wether it be to go fishing with my brother and I, cut the grass or shovel snow. But most of all he loved life, and he lived more of it then most of us ever could in 3 lives. God bless you gramps you will be missed.
VisitationsWujek-Calcaterra & Sons at 6 pm - 9 pm on Wednesday, June 10th
Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons at 1 pm - 9 pm on Thursday, June 11th
Scripture Service at 7 pm on Thursday, June 11th
ServicesInstate: St. Ronald at 10am on Friday, June 12th
Mass: St. Ronald at 10:30am on Friday, June 12th
Dawn and I send our thoughts and prayers out to you and your family Chris. He was a great guy and even through his hard times with his health, he always was willing to shake my hand like he had known me forever. RIP Grandpa Nutz.
The Loss of our grandparents is a hard blow to a family. We often look to our parents and see the place we came from and at times if we think of our grand parents in the same way we can understand our place in time. The way we live our lives and care for our loved ones comes from the past. The past is how we move forward and live with purpose. Celebrate the greatness of your Grandfather because all you are is from Him in one way or the other. Whether it from the way he loved your grandmother or your parent.
Thank you all for your prayers,condolences, and support. Gramps was layed to rest yesterday after a beautiful mass, and a wonderful honor guard presentation of the flag to gram with taps. It is not about the loss of the man but the memories we have and share, and the great times we will never forget. Thank you all again for your thoughts, and those that came to visit as well, it means the world to my family and I.