Geoff Hutt Death, Obituary – This evening, we received the devastating news that one of our most treasured BOA members, Geoffrey Hutt, had gone away a few days ago. As a direct result of this news, our hearts are filled with a tremendous sense of loss, and we are grieving his passing. In the 1970s, Geoff began playing Ultimate with the Slough squad, and in later years he worked as an official at BOA championships. During the 1970s, he was an integral part of the Slough squad.
During this trying time, we would like Geoff’s family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and that we offer our condolences to them. We are sorry for the loss of Geoff. Since that point in time, he has been working as an attorney for the legal office of Hutt & Robertson, LTD. in the capacity of practicing with the firm. In addition to his membership in Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, he served on the Board of Directors of the Peoples Bank of Montross, the Westmoreland County Planning Commission, and the First District’s Ethics Committee of the Virginia State Bar.
He also served as chairman of the Westmoreland County Planning Commission. In addition to that, he was admitted to practice law before the State Bar of Virginia. He has held the role of President of the Northern Neck Bar Association in the past, and he previously served in that capacity. In addition to that, he was a member of the planning commission for Westmoreland County and served as a commissioner there. It was a terrible accident when his automobile went off the road and into the river below the Prospect Hill Bridge in Westmoreland County. The bridge is located at Prospect Hill. When the grownups discovered the youngsters, there were two of them swimming beneath the bridge, and they were looking around to see what was going on around them.