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Metcalf Funeral Directors

1801 East White Oak Terrace, Conroe, TX

OBITUARY

Frank Dewitt Cuttler

October 23, 1942January 29, 2020
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Frank Cuttler, 77, passed away peacefully in his Conroe, TX home on January 29, 2020. A veteran of the Vietnam War, he served as a Sergeant in the Air Force and was awarded numerous medals of honor including the Purple Heart.

Frank was born on October 23, 1942 in Poughkeepsie, New York to Theresa Dean & Willard Cuttler. Frank was married to Esther A. Cuttler for the past 20 years. He owned his own roofing company and worked as an insurance claims adjuster for most of his career. Once he retired, he enjoyed handcrafting wood crafts and pen making as hobbies.

He was proceeded by his parents Theresa Dean and Willard Cuttler, and his daughter Terra Cannady. He is survived by his wife, Esther Cuttler; his sisters Elaine Salvitti and Pat Hilton; his daughters Brook Shuman and husband Tony Shuman, Lindsie Postert, Kimberly Robbins and husband Brett Robbins, Heather Guard; and his grandchildren Sarah Legendre, Samantha Legendre, Logan Postert, Dylan Cannady, Tristan Cannady, Jacob Robbins, Jeffrey Robbins, and Juliana Robbins, and many other loving friends and family.

Visitation will be February 10, 2020 at 9am with celebration of life at 10am at Metcalf Funeral Directors a reception will follow. Graveside services will be at 1:30pm at the Houston National Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, February 10, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Monday, February 10, 2020
  • Interment Monday, February 10, 2020

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Mike Griffin

February 10, 2020

Frank Cuttler was one of my dearest friends. We met at work when he was assigned to my team. I was managing a team of catastrophe insurance adjusters. We worked where ever there had been a major storm or dissaster. We hit it off right away, and when I assigned him his first assignment it was normal to start fairly slow. But I quickly found out there was no slow in Frank. Right off the bat he attacked his work with vigor and accuracy. I could go on and on about what I just mentioned, but let me cut to the chase, Frank became the lead adjuster for the large company we worked for and won that honor for the company wide top adjuster.

But Frank was more than a top producer, he was a top friend. Even when worked slowed down and we were not together, I would call Frank and when I heard his voice I would say "Frankie....and he would always respond, Mikey.....!! We acted like we hadn't missed a beat even when Frank retired every time we talked it was as fresh as if it were yesterday we had last spoken.
Frank and I spoke about a lot of things, but most importantly we both shared about our Faith in God, and all the many blessings we had been able to see in each of our lives by trusting in Jesus as our personal savior. We would share scripture verses that we had been studying that meant the most to us at that time, and how good God is all the time.
I have no doubt at all that Frankie is in heaven with Jesus right now, something he was looking forward to one day.
But Frank loved his wife Esther more than life itself and spoke of her often and fondly! He loved his family!

I will miss you Frankie, but I will see you again one day when I get there. My God bless his family during this time of loss.

Heather Guard

February 10, 2020

To My wonderful loving step father,Frank Dear Frank, it is an honor to have a step dad like you. I could not ask for a better husband for my mom. And just that alone , you will always have my respect and love forever. You were always there for my sister and her kids . They love their Papa Frank. I will never forget all the good deeds you did for my family. You are such a kind , gentle , friendly person. They say to love thy neighbor as to love thy self. To love as jesus did. You are a great example of that. I want to say to you now, thank you for your guidance, for accepting me, for loving me, showing compassion, for serving our country, for being a good example on what love really is, for all your funny jokes , for being a wonderful and the best husband for my mom, for being a wonderful grandad towards Jacob, Jeffery and juliana and for my sister ,Kim and her husband Brett . Last but not least thank you for being a Godly man. You are my hero. It was such a blessing to have you in my life.

WILLIAM COLINA

February 9, 2020

The condolences of the Colina family.
From Martha, William, from our children: Alejandro, Armando and Andres.
Our messages from Yajaira, Angela and Julio for Frank's eternal Rest.
May God have him in his glory

Henriette Panneflek-Marugg

February 9, 2020

Frank......

I know that this has been said a lot, but it is so true.....

First I would to thank you for being the kind, generous and loving person that you are.....

You speak with a soft and gentle voice.....

You make everybody feel comfortable, important and loved......

You always help those who are in need and those that needs your help in different ways......

I am forever grateful for you for being so sweet and kind to us.......

Thank you for showering my sister with love💕 in every possible way..........

Frank you are going to be missed by everyone in their own way and for their own reasons......

But I am going to miss you for you🌹

From :

Your sister in law Henriette and family

Vivien Marugg

February 9, 2020

Frank , the most kindhearted & gentle , generous person I have ever known . Thanks for always being there for my kids & I . May you rest in eternal peace.

Brook Shuman

February 8, 2020

Sisters

Aaron Land

February 8, 2020

Frank,
Now that I am a father of two beautiful teenage girls, I would have done the same thing as Mr. Cuttler.
Aaron Land

Amanda Correll

February 8, 2020

Frank
So many fond memories.
watching thousands of hours of Wheel Of Fortune.
Wanting to take all those VHS tapes home to watch. Lol
Also, the time he actually let me take you and your sisters...in MY car to the Galleria. He NEVER let anyone drive you, much less the littles. I got all of you back in one piece. I'm pretty sure he knows now that I may or may not have been a little Eddie Haskell.
RIP, Frank. Much love. Amanda Correll

Brook Shuman

February 6, 2020

The heavens rejoice for you. Love you, Brook or as you said, Boo boo

Brook Shuman

February 6, 2020

Dad, you were there. Every day from 2 years old until I left home. In my adulthood you were never more than a phone call away when I needed you. I know your love for me ran deep as does mine for you. You are missed so very much. I treasure the time spent together this last year. I pray now that your heart is made whole by our Heavenly Father and without pain. Please know that you are loved. You are missed. Until we meet again this is not goodbye

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