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Francis Kurtz, 73

Marlborough – Francis “Al” Kurtz, 73, died Thursday afternoon, July 11, 2013 after a long period of failing health. He was the husband of the late Mona (Golden) Kurtz, who died in 2008. They were married for 43 years.

He was born in Scranton, Penn., the son of the late Walter and Theresa (Tremmel) Kurtz, and moved to Marlborough in 1990 after living in Connecticut and Revere.

Mr. Kurtz was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and later worked for the Raytheon Corporation in Marlborough as an HVAC technician for many years prior to his retirement earlier this year.? His greatest love was his beloved family and he cherished his time with all of them.

He is survived by one son, Tim Kurtz and his wife Joliana of Trophy Club, Texas; one daughter, Loree Fletcher and her husband Robert of Bellingham; two sisters, Gloria and Theresa; four grandchildren, Megan, Jagger, Danielle, and Nicholas; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by one son, Daniel Kurtz. He was also survived by his “extended family,” the Brown family, who were very dear to him.

Burial was private.

In lieu of flowers, Mr. Kurtz's family asks that in his memory everyone makes it a point to spend time and enjoy their family as he always did.

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