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Dec 6, 2021, 6:01:35 PM12/6/21
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Lee was always particularly proud that he raised 4 children,
and got them all through college and into higher middle class
situations.

Lee always practiced volunteering, and he did it for
many causes. This was recognized by the City of Bothell
which recognized his 22 years service for the City
on the Library Board and Civil Service Commission. He enjoyed
multiple summer weeks volunteering as a chaparone at both
Boy and Girl Scout camps. He was an dedicated and elected
Precinct Committeeman for over a dozen years. Since he
was active in sports car racing, he made sure to volunteer
in many capacities and was on the IRDC Board of Directors
for a dozen years.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles appreciated his service as
a Past Worthy President, 12 years as a Trustee, and thousands
of hours volunteering. In his later years he contributed
to the Edmonds College Foundation regularly with tuition
and fees for students that needed a bit of assistance to
finish their college programs.





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www.dignitymemorial.com › sheldon-nutz-10508363Sheldon Nutz Obituary -
Lynnwood, WA
Sheldon Nutz age 79 died peacefully in his sleep at home in Bothell,
Washington. He was born in Harvey, North Dakota to Edwin and Ida (Mindt)
Nutz. His parents and brother Curtis (of Queen Creek, AZ) preceded him
in death. Sheldon proudly served two years in the Army. Part of his
military career was served in Germany.

Location: Lynnwood, WA
Phone: (425) 672-1800
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| Seattle Times
Dec 26, 2021 · Sheldon Nutz, age 79, died peacefully in his sleep at
home in Bothell, Washington. He was born in Harvey, North Dakota to
Edwin and Ida (Mindt) Nutz. His parents and brother Curtis (of Queen
Creek,...

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Feb 12, 2022, 4:24:38 PM2/12/22
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On 12/6/2021 3:01 PM, a425couple wrote:
> things should be in Memorial

Lee F--- passed away on

Lee was born ---- -- 1947 in Renton Wa. to Alfred F---- and
V---- June (Kohler) Fjellanger. He grew up living with his family
in aparments over gas stations his parents operated. When Lee was
11, he was predeceased by his only older brother Duane as a
pedestrian victim of the Mercer Island freeway reversible lanes.

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Jun 29, 2022, 10:43:49 PM6/29/22
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On 12/6/2021 3:01 PM, a425couple wrote:
> things should be in Memorial

Lee F--- passed away on

Lee was born ---- -- 1947 in Renton Wa. to Alfred F---- and
V---- June (Kohler) F. He grew up living with his family
in apartments over gas stations his parents operated. First in
Factoria, then 3 miles east of Issaquah for his public school years.
When Lee was 11, he was predeceased by his only older brother Duane as a
pedestrian victim of the Mercer Island freeway reversible lanes. This
unexpected death, along with those of pets, had a definite effect on
Lee's views of life expectations.

Lee very early on learned the value of hard work and fulfilling customer
expectations in gas station and grocery store operations. In June 1965
he graduated from Issaquah High School.

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On 6/29/2022 7:43 PM, a425couple wrote:
> On 12/6/2021 3:01 PM, a425couple wrote:
>> things should be in Memorial
>
> Lee F--- passed away on
>
> Lee was born ---- -- 1947 in Renton Wa. to Alfred F---- and
> V---- June (Kohler) F.  He grew up living with his family
> in apartments over gas stations his parents operated.  First in
> Factoria, then 3 miles east of Issaquah for his public school years.
> When Lee was 11, he was predeceased by his only older brother Duane as a
> pedestrian victim of the Mercer Island freeway reversible lanes.  This
> unexpected death, along with those of pets, had a definite effect on
> Lee's views of life expectations.
>
> Lee very early on learned the value of hard work and fulfilling customer
> expectations in gas station and grocery store operations.  In June 1965
> he graduated from Issaquah High School.
>
>
As my birthday gift in 1962 (I had no driver's license) my mother took
me down to Pacific Raceways for their first big high quality sports car
race. In that race, All-American hero and top-notch quality driver Dan
Gurney drove the above car, The red #96 Lotus 19 sports racer sponsored
by Arciero Brothers to the win. I thought it all was SOOO COOL. I guess
I was hooked. Nobody will ever know about the other turns that might
have been taken, but certainly that day did change my life. Thank you
mother. Thank you father. It has been an exciting time to be involved
with great people in motor sports, from 1962 through so far 2022. Thank
you to all who have helped me in so many ways.
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