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Brian Iutzi

Brian Sidney Iutzi

Wednesday, November 24th, 1948 - Thursday, September 10th, 2020
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Celebration of Life For Mr. Brian Sidney Iutzi

Mr. Brian Sidney Iutzi was born to the parentage of the late Mr. Sidney Christian Iutzi and Mrs. Viola Mae Steinman Iutzi on November 24, 1948 in Stratford Ontario, Canada. He leaves to cherish his memories a very loved devoted wife Mrs. Althea Hawkins-Iutzi of 35 years of holy Matrimony. Two sons, Christian Thomas Iutzi and Nathan Adam Iutzi (Melissa) of Kitchner-Waterloo Ontario, brother Jimmy Iutzi of Brampton, Ontario, Two sisters Carolyn Ramseyer (Rudy) of Stratford, Ontario and Brenda Iutzi-Murphy (Tom) of Woodstock, Ontario. One sister in law Mrs. Lisa Iutzi of Tavistock, Ontario. Three grandchildren, Charlotte Marianne Iutzi, Elijah Peter Iutzi, and Olivia Riina Iutzi of Kitchner-Waterloo, Ontario. Brian was preceded in death by his brother, Mr. Ross Iutzi of Tavistock, Ontario.

Brian was general manager of Oxford Plastics Woodstock, Ontario and general contractor of Bread Distributor, Naples Florida.

Brian’s past-times included diagnostics troubleshooting of several types of vehicles and heavy industrial equipment machinery, he was the “go to” guy for any mechanical problems and issues that anyone would have as he was very knowledgeable, informative, and resourceful in his craft. Brian also enjoyed growing vegetables and gardening. However, his favorite flower was “The Althea”. We will never forget his passion and love of shopping for Althea’s shoes, as she has over 2000 pair purchased by him alone. And we are still finding shoes hidden in drawers and chests to date.

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Brian Iutzi’s Celebration of Life services can be viewed on Zoom: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/7276599602?pwd=dHJUeXJkYncyUHJXYUxsUEZLdXpqUT09 or Brian 's Celebration Of Life: back-up if problem getting on. Https:// zoom.us/. (1) Meeting ID: 7276599602 pass code : 1e2KTE (2) same login click back @ 11:40.

Log on for Live Service, Oasis Naples Church on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 11:00 a.m., 1074 10th Street N, Naples 34102. Flowers and condolences can be sent to Oasis Church.
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Althea Hawkins-Iutzi

Posted at 03:36pm
To the love of my Life Brian Sidney Iutzi together for 37 years, married for 35years. Fly high my best friend & my better Angel until we meet again.

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Posted at 09:22am
Rest In Peace. Love, Carolyn & Rudy, Jim, Brenda & Tom and Lisa xoxo

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iucom@comcast.net Posted at 09:16am

Thank you all for Planting a tree for Brian and all the love and support during his illness you all was my rock and shoulders to lean on. I will miss him so much it is so lonely without him I don't know what to do.Please keep in touch. We did not complete the slide show at the service there was an error I will get the pics to you all. God Bless everyone.
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Christian

Posted at 12:35pm
With love from Christian
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Christian

Posted at 12:30pm
That picture of my father was taken in the spot I always knew I could find him. I have many memories of my father on that couch, in the den on the farm. I remember lying on that couch with my dad after dinner. We would often watch episodes of A-Team, or Knight Rider before I went to bed. When we got our first Nintendo, it was from that couch that dad would handily defeat Nathan and I at Hogan's Alley; the target practice gun game for Nintendo. I will miss you.

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iucom@comcast.net Posted at 07:57am

I am so glad that you have those sweet precious memories from the farm with you dad, there were other pics that you all didn't get to see due to error of the usb I will get the to you. Your dad loved you and Nathan so much. When this Covid 19 is over I want you and Nathan to come to Naples to share in his other memories. Love you my son.
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Susan Stokes

Posted at 11:25am
So he will live on
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iucom@comcast.net Posted at 07:49am

Ty so much Susan you have been my Rock I love you my friend.
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