OBITUARY

Dale Lowell Luttrell

January 5, 1948December 1, 2018
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Dale Lowell Luttrell, 70, of Ceres, peacefully passed away Saturday evening December 1, 2018, surrounded by family at his home. Dale was born in Turlock, CA on Jan. 5, 1948 to the late Raymond and Ruth Pauline (Stevens) Luttrell. He was preceded in death by an infant sister, Gail.

He graduated from Denair High School in 1966. He continued his education at California State University Stanislaus graduating with a degree in History. Dale was a retired retail clerk with 40+ years at Richland Market. He was well known for his quick smile, swapping tales and his love of metal detecting and gold panning.

Dale is survived by his wife Debra (Henley) Luttrell of Ceres, sons Corbin Luttrell of La Porte, TX and Blake (Cara) Redding of Hughson, CA, daughter Kimberly Luttrell. Dale was a loving grandfather to Kyle, Kameron, Trevor and Luke Redding and Mathew, Lyndsay and Nicholas Vargas, and one great grandchild.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 11:00am in the Heritage Chapel at Lakewood Funeral Home in Hughson.

  • FAMILY

  • Raymond J. Luttrell, Father
  • Ruth Pauline Stevens, Mother
  • Debra Ann Luttrell, Spouse
  • Corbin Luttrell, Son
  • Blake Redding, Son
  • Kimberly Luttrell, Daughter
  • Kyle Redding, Grandchild
  • Kameron Redding, Grandchild
  • Trevor Redding, Grandchild
  • Luke Redding, Grandchild
  • Lindsey Vargas, Grandchild
  • Nicholas Vargas, Grandchild

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Dale Lowell Luttrell

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Kim Luttrell

January 26, 2019

Dad, I miss you everyday..My heart aches and my tears don't stop. I never got to say goodbye, because no one told me you were very sick until 4 days after you died. I will never forget the "Good Ole days" just you, me and grandpa and grandma. 50 years of memories I will keep inside. I was so blessed to have a dad like you and grandma and grandpa, they sure don't make them like our family anymore. Please come visit me...I know you know the way, for if I could see you just one more time to say how much I love you and wish you had not left this way.
I love you Dad......I will see you soon.....
Love, your daughter
Kimberly Lynn Luttrell

Vissa Robinson

December 12, 2018

I was so sorry to hear that Dale had passed. He was the face of Ceres. Even if someone did not know his name, they knew that face and smile. Dale took Ken and I on my first gold panning trip. Also my last. I was wet and my back hurt and Dale just kept telling me how great I would feel when we found something. We didnt. But I treasure the adventure. May all your memories give you some smiles during this hard time. Prayers for all of you

Leroy and Darlene Thompson

December 12, 2018

Dale was a great friend. Always ready to go fishing. He was fun to listen to and very proud of his family.

Marjie Reich

December 12, 2018

Dear Debbi and Family,
We are so very sorry for your loss. We first met Dale when our children Corbin and Katie our daughter began having play dates in the summer of 1992. Dale was always full of sunshine, warm smiles and plenty of laughter. We will keep Dale in our hearts and memories forever. We are blessed to have known him.
With love,
Ron & Marjie Reich

Sharon Coats

December 7, 2018

I'm so sorry for your loss, he was a wonderful friend throughout school. Also, one of Ken's buddies! I have so many wonderful memories, not just one! Also, his mom and dad were two of the kindest people I have ever known.

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