Alexander Funeral Home-Newburgh Chapel

5333 Old Indiana 261, Newburgh, IN


Aaron Raymond Lutz

August 25, 1989May 8, 2019

Aaron Raymond Lutz, 29, of Newburgh, IN passed away on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 surrounded by his family, after a long illness.

He was known for his mischievous smile, sense of humor and the ability to make people smile, despite how he felt. He will always be known as one of the sweetest, unselfish and caring person you would ever meet. Some of his favorite things were family holidays, hanging out with friends, gaming, Jeeps and motorcycles. He lived a short life full of adventures, close relationships with family and friends, vacations and living his life the best he could.

He is survived by his father, Ted Lutz (Yvonne) of Newburgh; his mother, Marilyn Demont (Gregg) of Newburgh; brothers, Dustin Maasberg of Evansville and Dr. Adam Thomas of Columbus, OH; sister, Candace Merritt (Dustin) of Chandler; nephew, Easton Merritt of Chandler; grandmother, Mary Jo Lyon; grandfather, Lee Rowlett (Donna); aunts, Sheryl Lutz-Brown, Debbie Feller (Mark), Carolyn Chappel (JC), Sandy McClure (Roy); uncle, David Rowlett; and cousins, Oliver Lutz, Christopher Feller (Melissa), Shawn Seng (Steve), April Downey (Jason), Kim Feller, Danielle Wilson, Brian Feller, Michelle Feller, Tyler Chappell, Justin Chappell, Madison McClure.

A Celebration of his Life will be held 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at the Warrick Education Center, 3199 Highway 261, Newburgh, with a memorial service beginning at 1:30 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made to National Kidney Foundation of Indiana, Inc., 911 East 86th Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46240.


  • Celebration of Life Sunday, May 19, 2019
  • Memorial Service Sunday, May 19, 2019


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Yvonne Lutz

May 15, 2019

I will miss our long conversations we use to have, the kidding around with each other and the pranks we use to pull. I loved your laughter and I thought if I could make you laugh, it was a good day. You have a piece of my heart that I will always treasure. I love you and will miss you always.

John Stull

May 15, 2019

Aaron was my patient at Welborn Clinic East - one of my very favorites for his winning smile and ever-present cuteness in the midst of his medical problems...and for his lovely and caring parents - a great blessing for me! I have thought of him often in the intervening years. My favorite memory is the time I returned from vacation with a newly started beard. Passing the room where he was having a blood pressure check, he looked up at me, his jaw dropped, and a squeeky little voice said “...What...happened...to... your...face?”. I wish in my thinking about him and this story I had reached out to you all earlier. My very best to you in your grief and in your happy memories of Aaron’s life!!

Candace Merritt

May 15, 2019

Dear Aaron,

Everyone who knows you says that you’re the nice guy who will do anything for them, but I hope you know I’m the sister that would do anything for you! I will miss your smile, your jokes, and holidays will never be the same. I had planned for you to pass your gamer skills to Easton, I know how much you adored him. He would have adored you!

Since last week, I’ve had to stop myself from texting you. I keep looking for a selfie or update that will never come. I was looking forward to you picking frames for your glasses. You missed my first Mother’s Day, which I know you would have been right there, we even pulled out the A-1 sauce for you.

Your last hug I gave you in a rush, your eyes said you didn’t feel well and you were covered in bugs (ha), but I wish I knew it was going to be our last. You were unstoppable in my mind, always part of our family. Now there’s a huge hole and I don’t know what to do. I miss you and love you forever!

Carolyn Chappell

May 15, 2019

My dear nephew, I will miss you so much. You were a wonderful person who went through so much during your lifetime with your health issues that I just can't imagine. I had so many people praying for you a lot. I was glad you had many birthdays to celebrate. I enjoyed sending you birthday cards and gift money over the years. I wanted you to enjoy your birthday every year. You had so many people who loved you because of the nice person your were. May you rest in peace. Love, Aunt Carolyn

Ted Lutz

May 14, 2019

My son, I am going to miss us talking and seeing you practically everyday. There is hollow feeling when I walk by your room, expecting to see you. I see empty chair you used to sit either to chat, or share in TV show. I am going to miss us going to gun range just to plinking at targets. Almost every night we would get in online game and platoon together for past few years. When I was finished I told him I love you , and he would say, I love you too Dad. That’s what I am going to miss the most.

Marilyn Demont

May 14, 2019

My sweet baby. You made the world a better place with your smile, your spirit, your laughter, and your presence. I am so honored that I was picked to be your Mother. As tough as our journey has been I would go back and do it all over again with you. You will be missed by all who loved you. Your soft voice and and your kind smile brightened so many others lives. You never lost that beautiful smile no matter what challenges you had to face. You possessed so much courage and never gave up. You fought until you could no longer keep up the fight. I am counting the days until I see your smiling face again. I love you son with all my heart. Until I see you again my sweet child.