Michael J. McCutcheon

May 30, 1951November 4, 2018

McCUTCHEON, Michael J. November 4, 2018 of Strykersville, NY. Beloved husband of Bambi (nee Kirsch). Dearest father of Megan (Lary) Hebdon, Shannon (Joseph) Yox, Katie (Alex) Sigeti and Ryan McCutcheon. Cherished grandfather of Trey, Jayden, Trevor, Rylee, Cameron, Ava, Keira, David, Damon, and Maddox. Dear brother of Dennis (Marjorie), Debbie (Don) McArthur and the late Timothy (Mary) McCutcheon. Also survived by nieces and nephews. There will be no prior visitation. Friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday at 11AM at St. John Neumann Parish Strykersville Site. Please assemble at the church. Mike loved to get together with family on Sunday sitting on his deck watching everyone enjoy themselves, whether swimming or playing with a smile on his face. He will be missed. Flowers gratefully declined. If desired, contributions may be made to the Strykersville Fire Company. Online condolences may be shared at


  • Funeral Mass Saturday, November 10, 2018

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Shannon Yox

March 5, 2019

It seems like an eternity since I’ve talked to you. I miss you dad. So much. I miss your sweet smile, your contagious laugh, your hilarious stories, your logic, your advice, and your hugs. I want so bad for you to be here to tell me the drs are just practicing medicine, to give trey horrible advice for college and Jayden driving tips. I want to watch your face light up when you watch Ava clog and to listen to you pick on her when she makes some genius comment. And to hear your response after one of Davids stories. There’s so much that I want for you to do. I know your with all of us but it’s just not the same. I just need my dad. I need a hug. I need to walk in the house and hear you yell “hi honey”. I need you to send me on a donut trip. I miss you so damn much. Can you just send us some comfort? The kids need some too. All of us do. We all are just trying to navigate life without the pilot. Help us out here would ya?! I love you dad. More than words can say.

Megan Hebdon (McCutcheon)

November 25, 2018

Its been 3 weeks and I'm still at a loss for words. Ironic, being I am your exact clone and we always have the words. I miss you, Dad. You were my rock. My forever logic in my head. I just want one more day on the deck. One more day of laughs and beer and bets when we disagreed on something. Idk why I want that, cause I always lost. Every single time. I want one more phone call. Where I tell you a crazy story that happened and you laugh and say "oh I'm so proud". I want to rewind time to that last call Sat morning and remind you how much I love you. We said it but I wish I would have said how much. I'm so grateful we just had our TN trip together and you and mom surprised us last Xmas. I'm trying so hard to remind myself of the good times but right now, it's so hard not to focus on the simple fact that I cant call or see you again. It hurts. There is a permanent hole in my heart. I'd give ANYTHING for one more anything with you. A daughters first love is her Dad, and no one can top mine. I love and miss you beyond words. I'm not sure how to move on from a loss so huge. We will take care of Mom. She will be okay. We will make damn sure of that! While you are up there, say Hi to Grandma and Uncle tim and tippy. Drink beer on the deck and never be in pain again. And for god's sake, send me some healing. I love you, beyond words, forever and ever.

Dean Simons

November 9, 2018

Fri. 11/9/2018 I just found out about Mike ‘s passing. Memories? Wow,parties, fishing trips in Canada, The Toilet Bowl, hunting, general hellraising,so many memories I can’t remember them all! My only and biggest regret was losing touch over the years.So long Cutch we will miss you.

Susan Halaszi

November 9, 2018

Your picture brings back so many memories. Always a twinkle in your eyes. So glad Les and I had the pleasure of knowing you and your wonderful family. Rest in peace dear friend.

Dianne and Larry Eaton

November 7, 2018

So many wonderful memories of such a great man! Always had a joke to tell every time we were together. The love he had for Bambi and their family was so strong. They were his life. We loved singing the oldies around the table or at the camper. Rest in peace our beloved brother. We will miss you. Til we meet again. We love you!

Mary McCutcheon

November 7, 2018

My condolences to Bambi and children as well as Mike's siblings. What a wonderful photo to remember Mike's sweet smile.

Brian Clark

November 6, 2018

I had the pleasure and honor of knowing Mike and working with him at the Ford dealership in Arcade. Mike always had a joke or a story to tell and all of them made me laugh. Those memories still bring a chuckle.
Your Buddy "Stu"
(Mike would get it,lol)

Annette Clawges

November 6, 2018

Mike will be missed by everyone. He loved his family with all his heart. He always had a joke to tell. He loved his beer with friends and family. Mike always could put a smile on everyone's face. He was a wonderful brother in law and always looked out for me. Prayers to Bambi and her family. Mike will be a wonderful angel looking over all us!

DEBBI Bennet

November 6, 2018

Bambi and Family, So sad and shocked to hear of Mike's passing. He was a great man and will be missed by so many. I pray for comfort, strength and peace for all of you. You have so many good memories that you can cherish forever. Debbi Bennet

Lori Kapuscinski

November 6, 2018

Dear McCutcheon Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I only knew Mike a short time but always looked forward to Wednesday because I loved seeing his smiling face and hearing his jokes. We will miss him !!! My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.