It is with a heavy heart that Real Living shares the news of the passing of Bobby Mutter, broker and owner of Real Living Mutter Real Estate of Titusville, FL.

“The entire team at Real Living extends our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Bobby Mutter as we all mourn his passing,” said Allan Dalton, chief operating officer of Real Living Real Estate.

Mutter joined the network in 2012, quickly growing his company from 15 agents to 60, with two office locations to serve the coastal  Titusville market. Mutter was a fervent community servant and a 20-year real estate veteran. He began his career as an agent after retiring his duty as commander of the Titusville Police Department.

As a broker, Mutter understood the impact of community service and supported various causes. In 2015, the region lost nearly 10,000 jobs due to the closing of the Kennedy Space Center. While economic recovery in the area was steady, it was slow and several families struggled financially.

To help, Mutter and one of his company agents, Tami Leliuga Shriver became involved in an initiative to address poverty and homelessness in the area, particularly among children. The team recognized that special occasions, such as homecoming and prom, were expensive and organized a formalwear drive for deserving local high school students. Donations came in as far as 60 miles away from the community.

Children and families were near to Mutter’s heart. He and his team also worked with the local Chick-fil-A and a Lifepoint Ministries to help host a fundraiser for a young mother and cancer survivor. Nearly 300 community members participated raising more than $600 for the family’s medical treatment costs and childcare.

“It was clear that Bobby cared deeply for his community and that his community cared deeply for him,” said Gino Blefari, CEO of HSF Affiliates. “Bobby touched the hearts of many and he will be truly missed by everyone who knew him.”

Prior to his career in real estate, Mutter served as an officer and later as commander for the Titusville Police Department. As an officer, Mutter was said to have exceptional interpersonal skills and a superior talent for gathering information. As commander, Mutter mentored dozens of young police officers into well-groomed and experienced detectives. In addition, Mutter created the department’s K-9 unit and was nationally recognized for his K-9 training efforts.

Bobby is survived by his wife, Clara and his two sons along with their wives, Trey and Linda Powers, Jimmy and Jennifer Mutter; four grandchildren; Sierra, Walker, Stephanie, and CJ and; two great grandchildren; Kylie and Branden.

Services were held Monday, June 25, 2018 at Park Avenue Baptist Church in Titusville. Donations may be made in memory of Bobby Mutter to The Grove Church through their website link here.