Harold Jack Kutt, the “Greatest Dad Ever,” 90, passed away Thursday, May 24, 2018.
Memorial services are Thursday, May 31, at 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Cut Bank.
Hal was born in Chicago Ill., March 31, 1928. He was raised on a farm in Upham, N.D. He joined the U.S. Air Force in 1948. He spent most of his service time at East Base (Malmstrom) in Great Falls.
In 1952, he was discharged from the Air Force, married June Hunt and began work with Glacier Electric Cooperative in Cut Bank. He was the manager and lineman for 25 plus years in Browning. He retired from the cooperative in 1991.
He loved to hunt, fish, shoot archery and explore nature with his sons and friends. He was (is) very close to the Lord, as his “dog-eared Bible” will attest.
His last few years were at the Marias Heritage Center in Shelby. He enjoyed playing cards, figuring out puzzles, watering the flowers and visiting with his many friends at the Heritage Center.
Hal was a very caring person, lived a Christian life and above all, was “My Dad” whom was my gift from the Lord.
He is survived by his son, Allen (Myrna); grandsons, Scott (Beth) and Bart; great granddaughters, Lauren, Kim and Kassie; sisters, Evelyn and Jeanie; and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Inga and Jack; his youngest son, Sam; his wife, June; two brothers, Sam and Chub; and two sisters, Anne and Agnes.
If you wish, memorials may be made to the Marias Heritage Center, 111 2nd St. S, Shelby, MT 59474.