Obituary of Paul Joseph Kutz
A funeral mass will take place on Monday, October 10, 2022, 11 AM, at St. Anthony of Padua Church, East Northport. All other services are private.
Paul's family will be attending the service and do encourage all others who wish to join to attend as well. However, they do ask everyone to continue to respect their wish for privacy at this time and to please allow them to have additional space at the church before, during and after mass has been celebrated.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center (littleshelter.org/) 33 Warner Road, Huntington, NY 11743 in memory of Paul and his love of dogs.
A GoFundMe page has been established in Paul's honor to help fund the college educations of his three sons, Matt, Ryan and Sean. If you woud like to take part the page can be found at gofundme.com/f/the-family-of-paul-joseph-kutz...
Paul Joseph Kutz, 53 years old, of East Northport NY was tragically taken away from us on October 2, 2022. Paul was the cherished husband of Nathalie (Landrein) and the devoted father of Matthew, Ryan, and Sean. Paul is survived by his father, Boleslaus and brothers John Kutz (Nancy), Andrew Kutz (Frances), and Thomas Kutz and their families, as well as his beloved in-laws William and Monique Holden, Roger and Kathleen Landrein and their families.
Paul earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting, MBA in taxation and was a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner. Paul was a principal in Kutz & Company Inc. CPA’s for over 30 years, an accounting and financial advisory firm in Great Neck that he founded with his brother Andrew.
Paul was brilliant and was always eager to learn. He had a beautiful smile coupled with deep dimples and brown eyes. Paul was soft-spoken but could be very witty and displayed his great sense of humor when the opportunity arose.
Paul was a devoted and involved Father to his boys, coaching Larkfield Little League baseball teams for years, and was immersed in the East Northport community that he loved. Paul had a lifelong love for his pet dogs, especially current Bernese Mountain dog named Luna Bay.
Paul’s beautiful presence will be deeply missed by all whose lives he touched, from his loving Family, devoted clients, and numerous friends and acquaintances. To know Paul meant to love him, which is why we all hurt so badly as his young life ended so abruptly.