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King L. Tuttle

d. February 24, 2018

King L. Tuttle, of Greenview, went home to be with his Lord on February 24th at the age of 82, after a long battle with cancer.

King was born on August 9, 1935 at Sandridge, the son of Leberyl and Grace Tuttle. King married Shirley M. Beadle on January 9, 1982, at the First Baptist Church in Petersburg.

King was preceded in death by his Father; Mother; Sister, Joy Todd; Sister, Betty Kinney; Sister, Bonnie Mann; and Brother, Wayne Tuttle.

Mr. Tuttle owned and operated Tuttle’s Welding Shop in the community of Greenview since 1964. He was known for his faithful services to the farmers in the area. He served on the Board of the village of Greenview for 20 years. Mr. Tuttle was a member of the First Baptist Church of Greenview where he served as a Deacon for 45 years. (Started in 1973) He loved his Church and His Lord and was a faithful husband and a loving father.

Surviving are his wife, Shirley; daughter, Pamela Mathes (husband Joe) of Elkhart Lake, WI; son, Jeffrey Tuttle (wife Debbie) of Greenview; daughter, Betty Jo Davis (husband John) of Rosewell, NM; step-son, Paul Beadle (wife Pam) of Indianapolis, IN; step-son, Don Beadle (wife Hyong Son) stationed in South Korea; step-daughter, Teresa Hake (husband Gary) of Nashville, IL; step-son, Dale Beadle of Springfield; step-son, David Beadle (wife Amy) also of Springfield, IL.

He is also survived by three sisters, Margaret Hopkins of Fort Collins, CO, Geraldine Karrick of Apache Jct, AZ, and Linda Walker of Apache Jct. AZ; three brothers, Glenn Tuttle of Greenview, Howard Tuttle (wife Linda) of Springfield, David Tuttle (wife Deb) of Rochester; and one sister-in-law, Mary Lou Tuttle of Apache Jct., AZ.

King had 14 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren, who he loved dearly. Also, one Aunt, Marilyn LaMaster.

Cremation rites have been accorded by his personal wishes.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday March 3, 2018 at the First Baptist Church in Greenview from 10:00 until time of memorial service at 11:00AM.  Private burial of cremains will be held afterwards.

Condolences

  1. Prayers, peace, and strength for all of you at this time! I know Uncle King will be missed by all. My heart goes out to all of you at this time. May God be with you.
    Janet and all-Bonnie’s daughter

  2. King will be missed by many. He was a wonderful Christian man who was kind and wise.
    God speed my friend.

  3. You have my deepest sympathies at the passing of a great man.I will long remember his big smile and his willingness to help others. Greenview has lost a wonderful soul. God Bless you all.

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time….

  5. So sorry ! He is in Heaven with all that have left us! Look after my sons King until I get there! You all have my sympathy. Shirley take care of your self now!

  6. King L. Tuttle was my great grandfather. He was a very special man. He would have been so happy to see everyone who is faithful praising the lord. He has always been a holy man. The one thing that I will always think about for him was mints. Not the ones that you twist the sides but the actual small baglike packages.he always had them during church whenever we went with them to go to theyre church. I will never forget grandpa. Thank you for reading this.-Lorisa Riggs

  7. King was always a cut up when he came to KY.

  8. Our heartfelt condolences to you all, I met him and Shirley 11 years ago came to Ky. Prayers for the bereaved family from Philip, Adel, Jacob and Jeelian Kinney.

  9. I was Betty and Jim Kinney daughter in law, King was one of my favorite people whom I had met. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I often ask Betty about him and Shirley. Sending prayers for all the family.

  10. Your in our thoughts and Prayers during this time of loss. We Pray Gods Grace and Peace be with you all. Such fond memories from all the Family reunions we had with you. God Bless!
    Richard Mann and Family

  11. Thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

  12. My heart goes out to the family. King was a man that did not deserve to suffer with cancer. I pray for a cure someday God is in control He is good. This is not the last only the beginning; King is with the Lord and joined with others including Jesus. Let this be a living testimony not of sorrow and pain. Let God heal all wounds and follow his path. My prayers and thoughts to all the family. I wrote a poem based upon the Hymn The Old Rugged Cross. As Billy Graham said in all sermons look toward the Cross. Jesus Christ suffered and death was not his victory; his victory is the resurrection Heaven. Look toward the Heaven of God and may the peace of God be in your lives. Forgive and follow the Cross King followed the path and now he is in Heaven. God Bless all of you Christ is with all of you. I loved King and I love all of you in Gods way. The Holy Eucharist that in my life. Thanks to be God. Glory to be God and praise his Holy name. The peace of God is with you.

  13. Our heartfelt condolences to the family, I know how difficult this moment in time is – for you all. I wish you fond memories, loving thoughts and prayers for you all to heal. Remember those we love don’t go away they are in our hearts everyday. Love Linda and Reginald

  14. King Tuttle was as good a man as God ever made. It was my privilege to have known him.

  15. Aunt Shirley….we are so sorry for your loss. We really loved King and happy you got to spend so many great years with him. We love you and are thinking of you❤️

  16. King Tuttle was my great grandfather and he is an amazing man. Heaven gained another wonderful angel. RIP grandpa I love and miss you❤️😢


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