Coleman Tutt

January 7, 1947 - February 11, 2020

Birthplace & Residence

Birthplace:
Brighton, Alabama
Resided In:
Pikesville, Maryland

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Funeral

Location:
Wylie Funeral Home (Baltimore County)
Date:
Sunday, February 23, 2020
Wake Time:
10:00 AM
Service Time:
11:30 AM

Cemetery

Location:
Private
Posted by:
SLB
Posted on:
February 24, 2020
Please accept my deepest sympathies. May the memories as well as the love of family and friends help to carry you through your grief. Be assured that God is close to the broken hearted.
Posted by:
SLB
Posted on:
February 24, 2020
Please accept my deepest sympathies. May the memories as well as the love of family and friends help to carry you through your grief. Be assured that God is close to the broken hearted.
Posted by:
Sharon Gibson
Posted on:
February 22, 2020
I am very sorry for your loss, but do not fear for he is in the best place anyone would want to be. You maybe hurt for your
loss, but you know that he is in the Lord and is watching over him. Now he is resting well. The Lord is also watching over you
to help you through this trying time.

May God bring all His Blessings to you and the family!!!
Posted by:
Christopher Jensen
Posted on:
February 22, 2020
I knew that Mr Tutt,a fellow plumber, was a Great,caring,funny,honest plumber. He will be missed by many,many people.
Posted by:
Edie Stern
Posted on:
February 21, 2020
I knew Mr. Tutt only as a plumber. It was remarkable to learn from his obituary how many other things he also accomplished during his full but too short life. He was a gentleman, a kind and funny person, and an expert. I'll be forever grateful to him for rescuing me from my own botched plumbing job one Christmas Eve. We shared a birthday. January 7 will always be his day. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. His is a great loss.
Posted by:
Joel
Posted on:
February 20, 2020
I was told of Coleman’s passing today. I knew Coleman in High School. We lost touch after HS, however I knew he was a plumber living near Baltimore. Saw and spoke with his brother Luther about 10 years ago. Coleman was a great guy way back then. I am not surprised to see that he stayed a fine pious person. Sorry that I never stayed in touch with him. My sincere condolences to his family and friends
Posted by:
Shelagh Davidson
Posted on:
February 20, 2020
I first met Mr. Tutt when he started updating the plumbing in my house when I moved to Hampden more than 30 years ago. Whenever I passed him driving in the area he would wave and I would wave back. Never a man for superfluous words, when he did speak it was after consideration and with merit. He died before his time.

Many condolences to his wife and family.
Posted by:
Patricia Helfrich
Posted on:
February 19, 2020
What a gentleman! He took care of my house for > 30 years & gave me a couple of bible lessons. I always looked forward to speaking with him. He lived near my Mom & took care of her house also. I wanted his advice about the upcoming election. I'm certain he could guide me just by asking a couple of questions. This is a loss to all of Baltimore.
Posted by:
Brad Streeter and Elizabeth Hlavacek
Posted on:
February 16, 2020
What a lovely and kind human being Coleman was! We were blessed to have met him on many visits, as the master plumber he was. While he got the job done efficiently and professionally, fortunately there was always time to talk about life, and particularly golf, which was his passion. We will indeed miss him.
Posted by:
Dora Atkins
Posted on:
February 13, 2020
Mariam I was saddened by the death of Coleman. I know what your pain feels like. You have my prayers!
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Wylie Funeral Home (Baltimore County)
9200 Liberty Road
Randallstown, MD 21133
410-655-9200

Cemetery

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