Leroy Stutz Obituary, Leroy Stutz has passed away unexpectedly – Death

Leroy Stutz Obituary, Death – We are sorry to inform you of the passing of (Ret) Colonel Leroy W. Stutz, and we would like to extend our condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time. We must break the news to you that he has passed away, and we do so with sorrowful hearts. During his time in the United States Air Force as an officer during the Vietnam War, Colonel Stutz was a pilot and served in that capacity. He was held as a prisoner of war for a total of 2,284 days, which is equivalent to 6.25 years. He was seized by the enemy. Colonel Stutz was welcomed into this world on November 13th, 1939.

This date marks the anniversary of his birth. Colonel Stutz was awarded a variety of decorations and medals for his service in the military, which he received once he had completed his career in the armed forces and was eligible for retirement. Among the many accolades that have been bestowed upon him are the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Silver Star medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, the Legion of Merit medal with one Oak Leaf Cluster, the Bronze Star with a V for Valor and One Oak Leaf Cluster, and the Prisoner of War Medal.

Colonel Stutz has made it a point to pay the Tinker Airman Leadership School a visit on a regular basis for the better part of the past sixteen years. When he arrives, he addresses all of the classes that are enrolled at Tinker’s Airman Leadership School and relates his experience of being taken captive and surviving to them. He also gives them advice on how they may do the same. He acts in this way in order to serve as an example to others regarding how to triumph over hardship. When Airmen first begin their training on the Airman’s Code of Conduct and leadership,

his life serves as an example for them to follow, and he is an exceptional educator. Because of this, his story has the potential to be utilized as a teaching tool. We would want to take this opportunity, on behalf of the whole teaching staff here at the Tinker Airman Leadership School, to thank you for the service you have provided to our country over the years. We are appreciative of the hard work and service that you have provided.

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