certified in 1935 as one of the first members of the American Board of Urology.
In 1977, Dr. Kutzmann was elected to the status of honorary membership in the AUA, notably recognized for his efforts and endeavors on the behalf of organized urology. He was a prolific author of numerous publications concerning diverse topics in urology, was a member of various medical societies, served as president and secretary of the LA Urological Society, and served several roles on the executive committee of the AUA including nine years as secretary, one year as president, and several years as a member and representative of the western section. Dr. Kutzmann was also associate professor in urology at the College of Medical Evangelists in LA and eventually emeritus associate professor in urology at Loma Linda University.
Dr. Kutzmann's patients held him in high regard. In 1964, Dr. Kutzmann moved his 30-year-old medical office to a different location in the LA area. The event inspired one of his patients to plan a