Linda Jean Lutzow

May 7, 1954June 25, 2020

Preceded in death by father, William Curtis; brother, David Curtis. Survived by mother, Dorothy Curtis; daughters, Jennifer (William) Prater and Traci (Chris) Lutzow; siblings, James (Tammy) Curtis and Sandra (Dennis) Dace; grandchildren, Victoria, Mike, Kristin, John, Kelli, Cadie; great grandchildren, Alara, Annabella, Jeremy, Kieran and Zaylee; nieces, nephews, family and friends. MEMORIAL VISITATION Sunday, July 5, 2020 from 3-5pm at Westlawn Hillcrest. GRAVESIDE SERVICE Monday 10am at Westlawn Hillcrest Memorial Park.


  • Memorial Visitation

    Sunday, July 5, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, July 6, 2020


Linda Jean Lutzow

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Brianna Jacobs

July 5, 2020

Linda was one of the strongest ladies i’ve met, so independent and wise. she taught me so many life lessons that i still use to this day. she taught me strength, self love and self worth, and to just laugh and make life enjoyable. she took me under her wing in my darkest times and i can never thank her enough. whoever crossed paths with this beautiful lady was blessed. I love you so much Linda, and i will miss you until the end of time.

Victoria Woerth

July 2, 2020

Where to begin.. She was my grandmother my best friend my go to person she always was so loving and made this world a better place she was strong and smart and funny she was the one when she walked into a room it glowed just by her smile alone she taught me to cook and how to be strong this world will never be the same without her but she is and will always be my role model she was sweet and caring and was there for all around and such a hard worker god gained almond very special and I'll miss her. There's many life lessons I learned from her and without her I would t be the strong independent woman I am today may she rest in piece

Maureen Fleming

July 1, 2020

I worked with Linda in Labor and Delivery, too. She performed her job very professionally and efficiently. She had a way of making work pleasant for everyone. She always had a smile on her face and a friendly story to tell.

Linda was above all kind to patients and co-workers. She wore her heart on her sleeve. She is now in a better place. I'm sorry for your loss.

Terri Turner

June 27, 2020

I went to jr. high and high school with Linda. We lost touch after school but reconnected with Facebook and were able to share old memories and family pictures. A wonderful smile and always fun. My condolences to your family. May your memories keep her close in your hearts as they will in mine.

Susan Miner

June 27, 2020

I worked with Linda at Creighton Labor and Delivery. She was such a beautiful soul and very well liked by all who worked there. Many great memories I have of her. I'm heartbroken to hear of her passing and want to share my deepest condolences for her family. May she rest in peace and occasionally look in on us from time to time.

Carla williams

June 27, 2020

Where do i began. We were friends for 36 years. We went through nursing school together. She introduced me to her brother Jim, we married and had 3 children, she was at the birth of all of them. She was much more than a sister in law, she was my sister. Im stunned and lost. I know heaven gained an angel. She was there for me, good times and bad. Ill miss her contagous smile and laugh. Always telling jokes and pulling pranks. Till we meet again. Take care of all our loved ones. I love you..

Jill Sternquist

June 27, 2020

I was an OB resident at Creighton when Linda worked there. Being a resident means you pretty much live at the hospital and are learning on the job. Linda made the hospital feel like home and was always there to reassure you that you were doing a good job. She was always calm and collected (even when things got crazy). Her smile filled the room and she made going to work fun. She was definitely one of the good ones. My sympathies.

Kristin Runge

June 27, 2020

I was so blessed to be welcomed with open arms as a first-time travel nurse by Linda at Creighton University Med Center. She was kind, open, loving, and giving, and will be missed and remembered by so many.