Jim Tutt Obituary, Death – On April 10, 2023, Jim Tutt, who was 64 years old and lived in Louisville, Kentucky, passed away. Both his family and his religion were extremely important to Jim throughout his life. He mainly enjoyed assisting others, but he also enjoyed traveling, making wine, sailing (even if his wife could have done without the boating…), watching his Kentucky Wildcats, and sailing. He was a devout Christian who found great fulfillment in serving others via various missionary endeavors.
Over the course of a decade, he conducted annual missions to the Dominican Republic during which he brought the gospel of Christ as well as humanitarian relief to those who were in need. A Commercial Finance Professional for the past four decades, he most recently held the position of Senior Vice President at Old National Bank. His career spanned four decades and was very successful. His family, friends, and coworkers all had a great deal of respect and admiration for Jim. First and foremost, he was a loyal and loving husband, father, and grandfather.
He also had a strong love for his grandchildren. People will always remember him for the compassion in his heart, the tolerance he shown, and the great sense of humor he possessed. Frankfort, Kentucky was the location of his birth on March 15th, 1959. His sister Elizabeth “Beth” Tutt died before he did and is buried before him.
Jim is survived by his loving wife of 24 years, Karen Tutt; his mother, Rachel Daniels (Jim Daniels); his father, James A. Tutt Sr (Janet Tutt); his siblings, Kim Semones (Herb), Stephen Daniels (Karen), Stephen Pittman (Lori), Cathy Cyboron (Noah); his children, Aaron Tutt (Britanni), Karissa Dear Pitcock (Jake), Andrew Tutt (K
On Sunday, April 16th, 2023, there will be a visitation from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., and the service will begin at 5:30 p.m. Both events will take place at Southeast Christian Church Chapel in the Woods, which is located at 1407 Moser Rd, Louisville, Kentucky, 40299 (directions). The family asks that memorial contributions be given in Jim’s name to either Convoy of Hope or GO Ministries.