Frederick Leo Sputh DDS, MSD
May 2, 1944 - July 27, 2020
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Crown Hill Cemetery
Indianapolis, IN

Frederick Leo Sputh, DDS, MSD 76 of Lafayette, was called to his eternal home with the Lord on July 27, 2020.  Born May 2, 1944 in Indianapolis, to Dr. Carl and Ruth Sputh, he enjoyed a happy childhood full of warmth, laughter and creativity.  He was the oldest of three brothers and one sister.  After…

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Peter Chapman left a message on August 27, 2020:
It was a sad day when I heard of he passing of my classmate and friend, Fred. I had known him for almost 50 years, first as a dental student at IUSD, and then together in the graduate orthodontic program. I will remember him for his warmth, his smile, his professionalism, and his friendship and companionship during the trials and tribulations of our professional education. Fred will be sorely missed by his community, and all the patients he took under his wings. My deepest condolences to his wife, Ann, and to his family.
Jana Fitzgerald left a message on August 11, 2020:
So sorry, Ann. Thinking of you ! Prayers coming your way. Miss seeing you. Love. Jana
Karl Kessler left a message on August 3, 2020:
Ann, I'm so sorry to hear about Fred's passing. He was always my favorite customer to talk to. I'm going to miss our chats for sure. Please let me know if there is anything at all you need. Sincerely your friend, Karl Kessler
Emily Everson Gleichenhaus left a message on August 3, 2020:
I’m sending much love to the Sputh Family. I just learned the sad news. I know Fred and Ann made such a beautiful life together. I hope those memories will lighten the burden of grief. Love always, Emily
Mariana Paddock left a message on August 3, 2020:
To Ann, Eric and Amy, grandchildren and the entire family. We will always remember him with Love. The Paddock Family💞
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
W. Eugene Roberts left a message on August 3, 2020:
Dear Ann, The passing of Fred is a great loss not only for your family, but for the entire dental profession. Fred's dedication to IUSD, orthodontics, his patients, and HOF is legend. I have attached one of my favorite photos of Fred at a HOF meeting many years ago. He is surrounded by many of his HOF colleagues as we entertained Jim Baldwin and Charlie Burstone. Cheri and I had hoped to join Chuck and Karen Pritchett for Fred's memorial reception tomorrow afternoon. Unfortunately, John Pritchett is out of town and I will be covering a full day of patients in Greenfield. That is only a day per week practice, so it is very difficult to reschedule patients, particularly right before school starts. I am sure Fred would understand the problem, and hope you do also. Cheri and I would like to send you a special memorial for Fred. Your home address in the HOF roster is old and I am not sure it is current. Please send your current address via: Warm condolences, Cheri and Gene Roberts
Michael Dulin left a message on August 2, 2020:
Ann, This is Mike Dulin. I'm an anesthesiologist in Vincennes, Indiana. You don't remember me but I met you both in the fall of 1972 in Muncie where Fred and I shared a class at BSU. Fred invited me to your apartment for dinner one evening and it was a wonderful evening. Fred was trying to get into dental school and I in medical school. Obviously, we both succeeded. I always wondered what became of him, and after reading the obituary, I realized that he had indeed achieved great things in both his professional career and life itself. My condolences to you and your family. Fred left a lasting impression in me all of these years.
Sarah and Arne Anderson left a message on July 31, 2020:
Ed, Joan and the Sputh Family - so sorry for the loss of your brother Fred. We have great memories of spending time with all the Sputh siblings at Camp Brosius where fun, pranks and laughter abound. Hold on to those memories and more. Love, Sarah and Arne
Barbie and Jeff Dean left a message on July 31, 2020:
It was a great pleasure to get to know Fred over the years, particularly in his work with the IU dental school and its alumni association. Both Fred and Ann are just wonderful and loving people, it is an honor to have them as friends. He had sucha productive life and positive impact. We'll miss Fred so much, and Ann, our love and prayers go out to you and your family. Our deepest sympathies in this time of sorrow.
Jill and Ron Lafferty left a message on July 31, 2020:
Dr. Sputh was such a kind man who lived a beautiful and impactful life. It was an honor to know him. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole Sputh family.
Elizabeth Fenn left a message on July 31, 2020:
Praying for you! Love you so much!
Jane Burnside Hunt left a message on July 31, 2020:
Sincere condolences to Ann and the entire Sputh family. Have great memories of Brosius & many fun times in the neighborhood over the years. Sending love, hugs & prayers.
Scott Holcombe left a message on July 30, 2020:
On behalf of 12 of Fred’s fraternity brother classmates that in recent months greatly enjoyed Fred’s company every week in a Friday Zoom discussion group, our sincerest condolences are extended to Ann and to all of his immediate and extended family members. It was a great blessing for each of us to have had Fred with us these last few months. All of us liked Fred when we were living together in the SAE fraternity house at Beloit College, and now 54 years later with our reconnection, everyone liked Fred even more.
Kirby Kalbaugh left a message on July 30, 2020:
Dr. Sputh was one of the most genuine, kind, and intelligent people I have ever met. His loss to our community is substantial. I was honored to be his IT person for the last 20 years. Prayers to Ann and the rest of the family.
John Prewett left a message on July 30, 2020:
Dear Ann and Family, Although my time with Fred was infrequent and usually fairly brief, he ALWAYS was friendly and engaging. He made you feel valued and respected. If we had more Freds in this world, it would be more kind, loving and accepting. Our Lord Jesus is rejoicing now, while sending us comfort. I am very sorry for your loss of a lifetime love. John Prewett
Scott and Cindy Blackwell Family left a message on July 30, 2020:
Eric and Kelly and Sputh Family, Cindy and I are sorry for your loss. May God bless you and your mother and sister and your family.
LINDA TIMMONS left a message on July 30, 2020:
I was a patient of his many years ago and Dr. Sputh always made my experience with him enjoyable and always made me laugh. Great guy ! sorry for your loss.
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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