Timothy Wilson “Tim” Lutte
November 10, 1967 - May 16, 2020
Timothy Wilson “Tim” Lutte, age 52, of Newark, DE, passed away on Saturday, May 16, 2020.
Born in Wilmington, DE on November 10, 1967, he was the son of Don Elmer and Patricia Ann (Powell) Lutte. Tim was a graduate of Glasgow High School. He worked for Macy’s and later for Overture Ultimate Home Electronics as a manager. He enjoyed fishing, golf and watching sports.
Tim is survived by his sisters, Tammy Averell (John) and Karen Justison (Johnny); nieces, Lauren Gates (Jack), Katharine Averell and Brooke Justison; and great niece, Gwendolyn Gates.
All services will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Tim’s memory to atTAck Addiction, P.O. Box 36, Bear, DE 19701.
15 Condolences for Timothy Wilson “Tim” Lutte
Karen and family we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you
Mike and Judy Barrett
Rest in Peace Tim. You will be missed. Prayers and condolences for the family.
Matt,Peggy,Steven & Alyanah Powell
Sorry for the lose,, he’s at peace and all his suffering and pain has left his body and now he lives in a wonderful and amazing place! And one day we all shall meet again!
We love you all and our hearts are with you all!,
Matt and the family
My prayers go out to the family. Karen, may you find the strength that you need to get through this difficult time. God bless!
Karen, Johhny and Brooke,
Sending love and prayers at this difficult time.
Janet C brown
I am so sorry for the loss of Tim. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
To the lutte family I am so sorry for your loss thinking and praying for all of you Tami Gochnour. [email protected]
Tammy, John, Lauren and Katie,
I am so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. I know it was devastating to lose him. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God bless. All my love.
With heartfelt condolences to Mr and Mrs Lutte and family, “Tim was a great friend who will remain in our heart and memories forever.”
Dano & Family
I’m very sorry for the loss of Tim. I was a longtime customer of Tim’s at Overture. I’m heartbroken that he’s gone. Tim was an exceptional person. He was extremely knowledgeable. He had the ability to communicate things to non-technical people like me. He was always 100% honest. I trusted him completely. He even came to my home to make sure my system was set up right. He had an ingenious idea for a speaker adjustment that I remember, even though it’s been 15 years. We spoke with each other like friends, and I’ve never had many friends. Your son /brother was an amazing man. God bless his soul.
I was saddened to read that your son / brother Tim had passed. I fondly remember the many times spent at your house laughing and playing cards. Looking back it is hard to believe that over 25 years have passed since last we were together laughing. Words cannot address the hurt that is associated with losing a family member. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace Timmy…you will be missed
Pat, Don, Tammy and Karen my thoughts and prayers are with you all and your family during these tough loss. Tim was a great person and friend who will be missed. God Bless my friend and RIP.
I’m so sad to hear this news. There are few people I remember from middle school so vividly as Tim. I remember his humor, intellect and athleticism as if it were yesterday (particularly playing dodge ball in gym or just joking around in class at Gauger Middle School). Ten minutes ago, I talked about Tim with my best friend Ralph. I then googled him and discovered he passed last month. My sincerest condolences to Tim’s sisters and the entire family. God bless you all.
I had to let you know he touched my life in a positive way. I’ll always remember our laughs. Rest In Peace Tim.
So sorry for for loss 💔🙏