Richard "Dick" Raymond Tuttle

Richard “Dick” Raymond Tuttle, age 57, of Markesan, Wis., passed away on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, at Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah with family by his side.

Dick was born on May 10, 1956, in Phelps, Wis., the son of Earl and Florence (Schrader) Tuttle of Watersmeet, Mich. He graduated from Florence High School in Florence, Ariz. Dick worked as a fabricator for Karavan Trailers in Fox Lake. He enjoyed Musky fishing, making his own lures and woodworking, going to his grandson’s ballgames and spending time with family.

Survivors include his special friend, Evelyn Cotter of Markesan; two brothers, Earl Tuttle of L’Anse, Mich., and Robert (Peggy) Tuttle of Watersmeet, Mich.; uncle, Elmer “Bucky” Schrader of Iron River, Mich.; aunt, Ann (Anthony) Renda of Alsip, Ill.; and cousins, Judy Hall, Albert (Diane) Schrader Jr. and David Schrader, all of Watersmeet, Mich., and Evelyn (Blaine) Mansfield of Land O’ Lakes, Wis. Dick is further survived by Evelyn’s children, Linda Walker, David (Debbie) Hahn, all of Markesan, and Joel (Lori) Hahn of Ripon; Evelyn’s grandchildren, Felicia (Kenny) Kiefer, Stephanie Walker, Carter and Cameron Hahn; Evelyn’s step-grandchildren, Scott (Ashley) Bahr and Chrissy (Clint) Whitehouse; great-grandchildren, Jaeden, Kolsen and Dawsen Whitehouse; and several nieces and nephews. Dick was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Walter; Judy’s husband, Ferdie Hall; aunt, Laura Schrader; uncle, Kenny Schrader; sister-in-law, Mary Watters and his faithful companion, Shawnee.

There will be a memorial service and inurnment in Michigan at a later date. A memorial is being established.

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