OBITUARY

Kenneth Wayne Northcutt

January 30, 1946February 11, 2020

Kenneth Wayne Northcutt, 74, passed away Tuesday, February 11th, 2020, after a lengthy illness. His Memorial Service will be at 2 p.m., Saturday February 15th at Ridout’s Elmwood Chapel. The family will receive friends Saturday from 1:00 until service time at the funeral home.

Pastor Eugene McCarley will be officiating. Ridout’s Elmwood Chapel will be in charge of arrangements. Mr. Northcutt was born January 30, 1946, in Childersburg, Alabama. He was a father, grandfather and retired minister with the Church of God, having pastored from 1967 to 2009. He started preaching at age 16 and dedicated his life to pastoring and service for The Lord. He attended Lee College pursing a ministerial degree.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Herschel Northcutt and Ruby Nell Griffin Northcutt and sister Linda Northcutt Skipper.

He is survived by his sons Scott Northcutt (Adriana), Kevin Northcutt (Patricia); brother Ed Northcutt (Claudia); sister Debbie Northcutt VanCleve (Sam); grandsons Liam Northcutt, Kevin Northcutt and Marcum Northcutt; step-granddaughter Savannah Cleckler and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 15, 2020

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James Prince

February 16, 2020

From the entire Prince Family, we send our Prayers and Condolences to Scott, Kevin and entire Northcutt Family during this time of great loss.
We remember the good times we had with the Northcutt Family when they were Pastoring the Mountain View Church of God at Bryant AL.
Sincerely-Bishop James and Carol Prince, Michael Prince, Margaret Prince Jones, Sharon Prince Stover.

Christy McCarley Calhoun

February 15, 2020

Bro. Northcutt was such a kind and gentle man. He was such a close friend to our family. We are praying for you Scott and Kevin and so sorry for your loss.

Shelida Knight

February 15, 2020

Ken was a great brother in law and a great man of God. He was always humble and kind. We were blessed to have him in our family for many years. I’m so thankful for him being there for us when our son passed away and giving such awesome words at his funeral. He was always there for us. I know he is in heaven and rejoicing in his newly and whole body. Love and prayers for his family.

Kenneth Dismukes

February 14, 2020

Ken was a special friend to Martha and me. After he moved to Fultondale, we lived nearby and we spent many hours together. He was a wonderful man, full of love and compassion, a loving pastor. We will miss him.

Calvin Woodring

February 14, 2020

My condolences to Ken's family. Ken and I were friends at Lee. He led a summer witnessing team to New Mexico in 1970. I was a part of the team. He was a fine team leader, compassionate preacher and good friend. I will hold Ken in my heart and memory. God bless his dear family.

Brian and Pam Adkins

February 14, 2020

Bro Ken was our pastor when we moved to Alabama in 1989. We will never forget those times with him and the precious church at FCOG. Today he is more alive than he ever was...walking the streets of gold and talking with his Savior and precious loved ones who have gone on before him. Well done good and faithful servant! We’ll all see you soon 💙

Carol Crawford

February 13, 2020

Worked with him at Wal-Mart a very sweet man he will be missed

Sherry Ray

February 13, 2020

Bless his heart, he is no longer suffering from sickness, and he made it home.
He was a wonderful father-in-law to me, and a wonderful grandfather to Savannah...his "Number One Sweetie Pie." He never stopped loving us, and we never stopped loving him. Thankful for all he did for me and Savannah.
There will always be an empty chair at our family table, where he used to sit at family gatherings and holidays until he had to enter the nursing home. Thankful for the memories, and we will miss him.
Look forward to seeing him again one day.
Love you Ken
Until then.....

Jerry Martin

February 13, 2020

So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. My wife, Carolyn, and I were friends of Ken at Lee College during the mid 1960's. May our Heavenly Father surround his loving family with His peace and comfort during this time.

Clara Guthrie

February 13, 2020

Ken was a real good friend and co-worker. He will be missed!

FROM THE FAMILY