Kenneth "Kenny" Krutza

November 16, 1952 - May 21, 2017
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Kenneth “Kenny” Richard Krutza, 64, of Belvidere, IL died on May 21st, 2017 in Rockford, IL.  Born November 16, 1952 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, son of Richard and Virginia (Liebe) Krutza. Kenny graduated from PJ Jacobs High School. He was a retired construction worker working many years with Construction Union Local 792.

Kenny was dedicated to his family. He especially loved and enjoyed his grandkids. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, times spent outdoors and was a skilled craftsman.

Kenny is loved and missed by his mother, Virgina; children, Tracy (Kurt) Ebenhoe, Kevin Krutza, Amy Krutza, Katherine Tilley and Jerry Tilley; siblings, Marge Fecteau, Ruth Foote, Jay Krutza, Randy Krutza, Bonnie Trevino, Jackie Krutza, Jodi Krutza, Rusty Krutza and Tim Krutza; grandchildren, Olivia Krutza, Ryan Ebenhoe, Matthew Ebenhoe, Juan Gilbert, Aidan Grove and Kamya Tilley; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his daughter, Cori Krutza; and his father, Richard.

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Born: November 16, 1952
Died: May 21, 2017

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Barbara Hays posted on 5/27/17

Rest in Peace Kenny, thank you for being the man that you were and all the wonderful memories. You are loved and missed by the many lives you have touched , never will be forgoten.


Mary Gille posted on 5/26/17

Waited on Ken for years at the bank and the whole crew that came from Stevens Point. They were quite a lively group when they first came to Belvidere. As years passed Ken was always so pleasant and loved to talk about his family. I have retired; but still keep in touch with others at work who wait on Ken. My deepest sympathy to all his family.