Manfred Wuttke

  • Born: December 3, 1935
  • Died: November 1, 2020
  • Location: Mount Vernon, New York

Pelham Funeral Home

64 Lincoln Ave
Pelham, NY 10803

Tel. (914) 738-1060

Tribute & Message From The Family

Manfred Oskar Wuttke, 84 of Mt Vernon NY, passed away on Sunday November 1, 2020 at New Rochelle Hospital after a long illness. Known for his kind spirit, was loved by all who knew him.
This man of faith was born in Reppersdorf, Germany on December 3, 1935. The family moved to the USA in 1954 originally in Rocky Point, Long Island. He was a long-time resident of New Rochelle prior to moving to Mt Vernon in 2000.
He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army. Manfred was a member of IUPAT Union (retired in 2000.) He was a long-time member of the Bronx Masons and was a Mason for over 50 years. He was also an active member in the Veterans group Post 8 in New Rochelle, until illnesses prevented him from continuing. He also served as a former Chairman of the Covenant Church in New Rochelle on Mayflower Ave.
He is survived by his wife of over 58 years Eileen. He is also survived by his brother Walter, sons: Michael, Peter, Erik and his wife Salina. He has four Grandchildren: Jonathan, Calla, Eden and Issak.
He is predeceased by his parents Martin and Hedwig Wuttke. As well as brothers Martin, Karl, Twin brother Wolfgang, and sister Hanna.
There will be a wake held in his honor on Friday November 6 from 4-8pm, at Pelham Funeral Home at 64 Lincoln Ave, Pelham NY. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to United Lutheran Church, One Wartburg Place, Mt Vernon NY 10552.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Pete and family;
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace and comfort during this stressful time.

Posted by John Packes - Hawthorne, NY - Friend   November 10, 2020

Eileen, Michael, Peter, and Eric;
I am so sorry for your loss of our beloved Manfred. What a special, dedicated, loving man his entire life. He led a simple and humble life. From my memories, He loved his wife, his sons, their significant partners and kids; his lifelong friends; his masons; his church members; his neighbors and more.
Manfred was our uncle.
He was always there for us.
In fun times. And difficult times.
He always was a stoic man.
I am so sorry I could not be there tonight because of covid.
God bless you all always.
Peter, special blessings for you for taking daily care of your parents for so many years.
Lots of love and prayers.
We are very sorry for your loss and love you all.
Cindy, Mike and Nick Miller

Posted by Cindy Miller - new haven, CT - Family   November 06, 2020

Mr. Wuttke was a true gentleman and friend especially to his fellow veterans and Masonic brothers. He was a blessing to our family during my father's illness, but it is their friendship throughout the years which we will remember most. Our condolences to the entire family, his kindness will be missed.

Posted by Joan Bast & William Rodriguez - Mount Vernon, NY - Friend   November 06, 2020

Manfred was an amazing person with a kind spirit, always looking to help those in need. As a member of United Lutheran Church at Wartburg since 2012, he served on the church council providing his knowledge and support for many years. Fred assisted on Sundays to bring the Wartburg wheelchair residents to and from church services. He was also an extremely talented photographer as he captured beautiful photos of people and nature. Manfred was loved by many at United, we will miss him. He will be remembered as a special and kind man with a strong faith and a loving spirit. May he rest peacefully with his Lord. Our hearts go out to Eileen and his family for their loss. With Our Deepest Sympathy, Carol and Barbara Dingler (United Lutheran Church)

Posted by Carol & Barbara Dingler - Mount Vernon, NY - Friend   November 06, 2020

Manfred was a man of great faith and courage. He was good to everyone and often expressed his love by taking pictures and making copies for people. In spite of illness and infirmity, Manfred was always in good spirits and he was able to lift the spirits of others through his many kindnesses. He rests now in the loving hands of his Lord, whom he served faithfully for many years. I look forward to seeing him again in God's Kingdom.

Posted by Rev. Carol Fryer - New York, NY - Friend   November 06, 2020

Eileen and family, Fred (as we knew him) was one of the kindest men we ever met. He was a true friend to all! We enjoyed our relationship with you and him as well as our lunches in Pelham. We are so sorry for your loss! With love, Dolores & John Brett

Posted by Dolores & John Brett - Scarsdale, NY - Friend   November 05, 2020

He was a great brother and friend. A brother who would lend a helping hand any time you asked. He will be missed

Posted by JOSEPH MANZI - Atlantic Highlands, NJ - Friend   November 05, 2020

Manfred was a great man I loved his pictures he was very dedicated to the United Lutheran church he will be so missed

Posted by Renee Boylan - Mount Vernon, NY - Friend   November 04, 2020

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