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Condolences for Curtis G. Baltz

The Curt Baltz family was always a big part of my life growing up. I am very sad to hear of Doc's passing. We were out of state and unable to attend his service. I have so many memories of him (including babysitting Sarah and Guy), and I always enjoy the stories that my brothers still tell on the "Adventures With Doc Baltz". I told Doc many times that because he had giving me a job at his dental clinic (when I was in college), he was the reason for my love of the dental profession, and he was the reason I met and married my husband Keith (who also is a dentist). I will miss him very much and hold tight on knowing that he is no longer suffering here on earth. He is in a much better place. This helps make his passing just a little less painful. Enjoy playing golf with Sharon, Herbie and Nancy! Lori (Krome) Kutz - Appleton, WI
From Lori (Krome) Kutz

To the family and friends of Curt Baltz -- Writing from 'up north' in Wausau Wisconsin, but our hearts are always in the Coulee Region -- please accept our deepest sympathy and our condolences on Curtis's passing from this life to the next. He is in a better place now and may many memories of a rich life offer your comfort as you grieve and perhaps a smile or a time to share a great memory of him. John and Jane Kelly
From John and Jane Kelly

Brother Curtis your journey has been completed you have now entered the Lodge Eternal rest in peace my Brother. To the family we join you in sorrow for the loss of a loved one, but he is at peace now and released from the chains of pain that he has suffered over the last number of months. Now he can can join the loved ones that have gone before him. We have lost a Brother God he is your arms now. Salem Lodge 125 F.& A.M.
From Lester L. Hanson

Respect and prayers to your family and friends...
From mark felix

Sarah & Guy, I want to extend my sympathies in the death of your father. It is because of him I moved from Wisconsin and settled in Kansas. Working for him in West Salem for 5 yrs. and the time he spent here in Kansas made me appreciate what a colorful, one-of-a-kind guy he was. He once tried to send me to the hardware store because he needed a new bubble for his level! I will always be grateful for our relationship history as employer/employee and friend. Prayers you will find some smiles & comfort in memories shared through this difficult time. - Linda (Riniker) Starkey, Cottonwood Falls, KS
From Linda (Riniker) Starkey

To the Family of Dr.Curtis Baltz: I'm writing to you from Naples,Florida, to say how sorry I am to learn of Curtis' passing. What a wonderful record of helping others! Curtis had a great career. You have my sincere sympathy.
From Duncan J. Cameron

RIP Doc. Going to miss you. Many good memories at the watering hole. You were a good man and now part of the ages.
From Mark Johnson (JJ)

My prayers and thoughts are with the family. I worked with Dr. Baltz at the Ho-Chunk Wellness Center in Baraboo, WI as his Dental Assistant. I admired him as a Dentist and appreciated his passion for helping his patients to the best of his abilities. He had a great sense of humor and I loved hearing his stories of his travels and experiences. No matter what the day brought it was always interesting with Dr. Baltz. I will miss knowing he is no longer walking amongst us on this Earth. I raise my glass to Doc and God Bless!!
From Anita Romona Nevsimal (Salinas)

This is not a goodbye. Just a good luck on your next journey. It was my pleasure to have been your friend. Our trips to tooth acres will always be a favorite memory. The hunting and conversations will always be good memories. Always had good food and time for your friends. Good luck on your next step. GO BEARS!
From Ron Corn