Mary Louise Chutter

27 January , 192226 July , 2018

Mary Louise Chutter (nee Masuret) passed away peacefully on July 26, 2018. She was 96 years of age. Mary Lou was born to Canadian parents January 27, 1922 in Tacoma, Washington. She was brought up and graduated from High School in Kellogg, Idaho, where her father worked. She then moved to Vancouver, B.C. to attend Sprott Shaw Business School. She was working for the Bank of Commence in Vancouver when she met her life partner Philip Chutter. They were married in 1943 and were together for 60 years. Phil passed away in 2003. They had a very eventful life. They raised four children, travelled to many countries, explored the B.C. coastline in their yachts, enjoyed their condos in Maui and Palm Desert and had many beautiful summers at the family cabin in Langdale. Mary Lou was predeceased by her brother Earle and her husband Philip. She is survived by her four children Joan Brett (Gordon), John Chutter (Mary), Elizabeth McComb (Scott), Mary Edwards (Scott), as well as ten grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren.


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Shirley Chutter

7 August 2018

Please accept our condolences on the passing of Mary Lou.It was a honor to have known such a wonderful, caring person.She was so kind in helping my family in time of need. Truly a great person.Sincere condolences Shirley and family.

noel and valerie roddick

6 August 2018

joan and family - it is always difficult to loose a parent - no matter what their [or your] age!

mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother - TWENTY great-grandchildren.....simply marvellous!!!
our very best to all of you,

noel and val roddick
westham island, ladner

Leigh Mair

3 August 2018

I met Mary Lou while working for her husband, Phil at Wrights Canadian Ropes. She was always a delight to everyone who worked at Wrights with her wonderful smile and warm personality. My condolences to her family , you have lost a special person.

Donald Day

3 August 2018

I have many fond memories of all of the Chutter families from our summer days at Hopkins Landing and Langdale. I can remember helping Phil build their Pan-A-Bode cabin near what is now the BC Ferries Langdale Terminal. My condolences to all of the Chutter siblings at this time.

Doreen Montgomery Braverman

3 August 2018

I have so often thought of Mary Lou and Phil. I was babysitter to all you kids when you lived on Sea Island. Mary Lou was a beautiful woman. I am so glad to read that she lived a long and happy life. My best to you all.