Dennis Kute

November 15, 1941January 9, 2021

Dennis Kute, 79, of Tampa, Florida, passed away on January 9, 2021. Dennis was born in Louisville, KY to Bernard and Gertrude Kute on November 15, 1941. He went to school at The University of Louisville. He married Debbie Kute on July 5, 1986 in Tampa. He worked as a Sales Manager for National Sea Products and Tropicana during his working career. He was in the Army National Guard and a member of the Carrollwood Country Club, Knights of Columbus, Saint Vincent de Paul and President of Carrollwood Golf Association. He received several accolades from the Knights of Columbus. He loved being the co-chairman of the Knights of Columbus golf tournament each year.

Dennis is preceded in death by his parents, Bernard and Gertrude Kute and his brother, William Kute.

Dennis is survived by his wife Debbie Kute, children Jeff and Cheryl Kute, Angela and Mark Warner, Tammy and Mark Baird, Jennifer Cahalin, Betsy and Jeb Insley, brothers Albert and Bernie Kute and his 9 grand children.

Pallbearers will be Jeff Kute, Johnny Jerez, Michael Jerez and Mark Baird.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM on Wednesday January 13, 2021 at St. Paul’s Catholic Church with Father Bill Swengros, officiating.

Arrangements are by Blount Curry Funeral Home. Burial will be in Louisville, Kentucky at a later date.


  • Jeff Kute
  • Johnny Jerez
  • Michael Jerez
  • Mark Baird


  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021


Dennis Kute

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david milroy

January 17, 2021

I remember Dennis well, and consider him a good friend.

I remember especially sharing time with him and our friends of the Carrollwood senior golf group.

We also shared our time together as members of the Knights of Columbus @ st. paul,s parish

Dennis was outgoing, friendly a very good friend and I shall miss him very much.
Best wishes, Dave Milroy

Beverly Baragar

January 17, 2021

I was sad to hear about Dennis. He was a good person and I know
you will miss him. It has been amost two years since I lost David.
I miss him every day but am grateful for the sixty three years we
had together.
God Bless You, Debbie.