Georgia A. Louttit Obituary

Georgia A. Louttit

<p>Boardman - Georgia A. Louttit, 78 of Boardman, died Thursday afternoon October 29, 2020 at her home. She was born November 5, 1941 in Youngstown, a daughter of Ralph and Eulalia (Hodge) Green and had been a lifelong area resident.</p> <p>She was a 1959 graduate of Boardman High School and was a homemaker. She had a tremendous green thumb, had a creative hand when sewing, loved animals and took so much pride in her house that it was known as &quot;Georgia&#39;s doll house&quot;.&nbsp;</p> <p>She leaves two sons, Ken (Cheri) Louttit of New Middletown, and John (Tina) Louttit of Newton Falls, their father, her former husband, Henry (Pat) Louttit of Austintown; a daughter-in-law, Debbie Louttit of Florida: two brothers, Ron (Mary Jane) Green of Boardman and Fred (Ted) (Lois) Green of Michigan; a sister, Eulalia Schuller in Georgia; a foster brother, Kenny Turscak of Canfield; five grandchildren, Meghan (Joe), Michael (Shelby), Ian, Dylan and Seth Louttit; a great-granddaughter, Jessa Louttit; her close companion, Dave Hilton of New Middletown.</p> <p>Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Dean Louttit and two brothers, Ray and Jim Green.<br /> &nbsp;<br /> A celebration of Georgia&#39;s life is being planned for a later date.</p> <p>Georgia never met a stranger and made friends wherever she went. In honor of her life, the family requests that you play your favorite music, drink a glass of your favorite wine and dance the night away.</p> <p>Condolences may be sent to www.beckerobits.com.</p>
November 5, 1941 - October 29, 202011/05/194110/29/2020
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Boardman - Georgia A. Louttit, 78 of Boardman, died Thursday afternoon October 29, 2020 at her home. She was born November 5, 1941 in Youngstown, a daughter of Ralph and Eulalia (Hodge) Green and had been a lifelong area resident.

She was a 1959 graduate of Boardman High School and was a homemaker. She had a tremendous green thumb, had a creative hand when sewing, loved animals and took so much pride in her house that it was known as "Georgia's doll house". 

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