1964 - NICK LUTZ Left
(WHEW, TALK ABOUT DREAM DUTY, LISTEN TO THIS E MAIL, FROM NICK LUTZ)
I left the Bennington in 1964 with orders to Hong Kong U.S. Consulate General. We had established a Fleet Post Office in Hong Kong and they needed a 1st class, 2nd class and a 3rd class Postal Clerk. I got those orders I couldn't believe it. I felt as if I had won the Lottery. Note: So did Captain John S. Hill. Anyway, I was discharged in June of 1966.
After a little post Navy trying to find myself, somehow I found myself in the funeral business. I'm a 3rd generation Funeral Director. I'm presently with Service Corporation International as a location manager. I'm a Past President of the Arizona Funeral Directors Association as well as a Past National Funeral Directors Association Policy Board member. I've lobbied in Washington D.C. on many issues relating to our industry.
My wife Marilyn and I just had a built in the Arizona Traditions, a gated adult golf community in Surprise, Arizona.
And so it goes.