The University Record, January 14, 2002

Obituaries

Kenneth G. Lutterman

Kenneth G. Lutterman, 72, of Potomac, Md., died unexpectedly Dec. 1, 2001.

Born in Black Hawk, Wis., in 1929, Lutterman had a distinguished career in the health sciences, including as associate director of services and intervention research at the National Institute of Mental Health, and most recently as assistant dean for research at the School of Social Work. He was well known for his advocacy of social work research, research opportunities to effectively represent minority populations and services in South African communities affected by apartheid. He also worked with Linda and Peter Biehl on behalf of the Amy Biehl Foundation.

Lutterman’s many honors include the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Public Health Association, the Council on Social Work Education President’s Award for Contributions to the Development of Research in Social Work and the President’s Award for the Development of Research in Social Work from the Society for Social Work and Research.

He is survived by Jean, his loving wife of 49 years; daughter, Ann (German) Lutterman-Aguilar of Cuernavaca, Mexico; and sons, John of El Cerrito, Calif., Ted (Susan) of Potomac, Md., and Mark (Sharon) of Minneapolis, Minn.

Donations may be sent in his memory to the School of Social Work, Social Work Bldg. 1106.

Submitted by the School of Social Work

Marie Dorothy (Pete) Hartwig

Marie Dorothy (Pete) Hartwig died Dec. 23, 2001. Hartwig retired as professor of physical education and associate director of athletics for women in 1976.

Born Aug. 1, 1906 in East Orange, N.J., to Frank and Fannie (Koch) Hartwig, she spent her adult life in Ann Arbor. Hartwig received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University, and worked here since 1930.

Hartwig also served as director of counselor education at the National Music Camp at Interlochen 1944–1982. She was an avid sportswoman and a dedicated educator, having been honored with induction into the U-M Athletic Hall of Honor. Hartwig was a lifelong advocate for women’s sports and for intercollegiate athletics.

She is survived by nephews Tom (Rosanne) Bloomer of Ann Arbor and Harlan Bloomer of Mankato, Minn., and also leaves dearest friend and caregiver Sheryl Szady of Ann Arbor. She was preceded in death by her sister Hope Bloomer.

A memorial celebration of Hartwig’s life will be arranged for a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hartwig Professorship Fund, U-M Kinesiology, 401 Washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, or to Interlochen Center for the Arts, P.O. Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643.