Lori Cutler

June 4, 1960April 23, 2021

Lori Cutler of San Antonio, TX, passed away in the arms of her older sister on April 23, 2021 at the age of 60.

Originally from Needham, MA, Lori lived in San Antonio for the past 26 years, in part to escape the snow, a plan which was thwarted this past February. Although short in stature, she was big in personality. An ardent Boston sports fan, she was thrilled to see the Red Sox win four World Series championships in her lifetime. She loved spending time with her nephews and niece, traveling the world with her family, hunting down shoes that would fit her size 2 feet, participating in her office’s weekly football pick ‘em bets, and losing money at the casino faster than you could park the car.

She is survived by her sister, Sandra Aronson and her husband Neil; and was a devoted aunt to nephews Michael and Benjamin Aronson and niece Arielle Aronson, and aunts Claire Reimer and Frances Cutler Hahn. Also survived by cousins Matthew Reimer & his wife Renee; Nancy Reimer; Susan Rubb & her husband Steve; and Cynthia Cutler Moon & her husband Bobby. Preceded in death by her parents Norman and Frances (Adamsky) Cutler and uncles Alfred Adamsky, Myron Reimer and Kenneth Cutler.

Due to current restrictions, graveside services at Sharon Memorial Park will be private.

Donations in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society or to a charity of your choice.


  • Funeral Services and Burial are Private


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Pat Booth

May 4, 2021

It was such a pleasure to work with Lori. She had such a great sense of humor and always enjoyed making people laugh. She made it a joy to come to work everyday. I have treasured memories of Lori. RIP my friend.

Murugan Maruvada

May 3, 2021

So sad to know Lori is know no more. She is very nice person and dynamic personality. Our thoughts and prayers to her family members. We miss you.

George Zimzores

April 29, 2021

Lori was one of a kind, someone that left a lasting impression that will never be forgotten. She was not only a previous supervisor but a friend and part of my family. She enjoyed many holidays with us and loved all the Greek food my family would make. So many work memories, she shaped me into the the employee I am today. I’m thankful I had taking lots of pictures through the years, they will always be a reminder of all the beautiful memories. God bless!

Gene Saine

April 28, 2021

Lori worked for me for many years, or should I say I really worked for her! Lori always looked out for her employees, took the time to understand their needs, family and gave them great support. Lori was always proactive and thinking ahead about business issues and problems. I picked on Lori about her height challenges,all in good fun, and anyone that knewLori knew she could give it back in spades. I remember the team gave her little red shoes in her size, and a flashing helmet with a flag on top, so she could be seen coming over cube walls. She loved the crazy things we did. Lori will be sorely missed. She’s no doubt looking down on us and smiling.

Tammy Scott-Villarreal

April 27, 2021

I’ll miss you Little Lori!

Sending my deepest sympathy for your loss.


James Gergen

April 27, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Lori for many years. She was always knowledgeable, full of energy, and quick to smile. I can hear her Boston accent even now! She will be missed.

David Schmitt

April 27, 2021

Lori and I worked together in two different states and across various roles for over 20 years. I could always count on Lori to do the right thing the right way no matter the effort it took. She was always dependable and committed to the team’s success, often at personal sacrifice.

Miss you Lori

David Schmitt

Rachelle Dale

April 27, 2021

Our deepest sympathy goes out to Lori's family. Lori was a very kind person always.

John and Rachelle

Angie Baker

April 27, 2021

It’s very hard to put feelings into words right now. Lori & I have worked together in different capacities for 14+ years, most recently as my Boss. You were always there for me when I needed a sounding board and trusted me to run with things. One of my fondest memories is when I got to celebrate the one & only time the Minnesota Vikings beat the New England Patriots years ago. You will be greatly missed, not only as a boss, but as a true friend. My love & prayers are with all of her family.

Pete Cowger

April 27, 2021

Lori and I worked together for many years. She was always in the middle of things with a level of energy that was beyond expectations. She was a devoted and loyal lovely person that became a true friend. We could always count on the person we called "Cup Cake". I will miss her presence, but know she has moved on to a great place.