OBITUARY

Richard Patrick Mikutis

September 7, 1926October 10, 2020

My beloved husband of 68 years, Richard Patrick Mikutis of Port Charlotte passed away on Saturday, October 10, 2020, at the age of 94.

Richard was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan on September 7, 1926 to Peter and Katherine Mikutis. He was a veteran of World War II having served in the army as a military police. He graduated from General Motors Insitute as a mechanical engineer and retired from Ford Motor Company. He was a resident of the Douglas T. Jacobson Veterans Nursing Home where he thought he was already in heaven - they treated him so well. But the covid virus snuck in and ended his life.

He is survived by his loving wife Jeanie; children Michael, Mary Anne, and Paul; 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

The funeral mass will be Friday, October 16 at 11:00 at San Antonio Catholic Church on Rampart Blvd., Port Charlotte. Please visit www.kayspongerpc.com and note your memories for the family to share.

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Services

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, October 16, 2020

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Michael Mikutis

October 18, 2020

One of my favorite memories of my dad is that every morning he would proclaim that "I am going to Work". He had said that many many times after he retired. He liked working on all kinds of projects, and often helped me with mine. Several times as I was done wearing out my tennis shoes, dad would wear them to work around the house, for the "second go around". We would share clothes. In honor of Dad, I wore his socks to the funeral. Now, I can see Dad "Going To Work" in Heaven for us. There are many great memories of Dad and me, his loving son Michael. Thanks for all the wonderful Times!

The Pearces

October 16, 2020

So sorry about grandpa's passing. Thinking of you grandma and Michael. I told the boys today how lucky they were to have known and visited with their great-grandfather. I have lots of memories of grandpa. Do you remember when he used to let me brush his hair and put curlers in it when I was little? I always liked going to your house to play Barbies, play "barber shop" with grandpa, and have peanut butter pie and sloppy joes. Lots of good memories.

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