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Waltrip Funeral Directors

1415 Campbell Road, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Edward S. Cutrer

October 5, 1926November 27, 2010

Edward Sitman Cutrer lovingly passed away on November 27, 2010, with his family by his side. He was born on 10-5-1926 in Baton Rouge La He was the youngest son of Thomas Ellie Cutrer and Agnes Catherine Case Cutrer.

Ed graduated from Istroma High School in Baton Rouge La He married Betty Lou Sauer on May 4, 1947 He attended University of Houston while working full time. He graduate from Uof H in 1953

Ed worked for many years in the title industry starting Capital Title in the 70's, and later retiring from Stewart Title.

He was a man of many passions - scuba diving, traveling abroad and domestically, hunting, gambling, eating ice cream and watching football (especially, watching the Longhorns get beat). He made many memories entertaining friends and family at his house at Lake Livingston, and taking them Jr's Night Club for a little boot scoot'n.

He is preceded in death by his parents Tom and Agnes Cutrer; son Steven Edward, daughter Carol Diane, his wife Betty Lou, and brother John Thomas Cutrer.

He is survived by his children, Gale Carson and son-in-law Carl Carson, Phyllis Cutrer and Jan Cutrer and her partner Tammie Thomas; grandchildren, Steven Cummings, Julle and Jace Cutrer-McCarthy; brother Homer C Cutrer and wife Jeanne; sister Catherine Marroy and husband Ronald; sister-in-law Mary Cutrer.

Visitation with the family will be held at Waltrip Funeral Directors from 10 am to 11am on Wednesday December 1, 2010, with a memorial service to follow at 11am.

In lieu of flowers, you may make donations to the University of Houston Alumni Organization or a charity of your choice, in Ed's name.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, December 1, 2010

  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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Don Knobloch

December 9, 2010

God must have needed a Commercial Real Estate Closer.

Beth Forrest

December 6, 2010

May God keep you and hold you in the palm of His hands. Mr. C had a way of bringing out the best in all of us. I was always proud to say that I worked for Ed Cutrer. He was appreciated and will be greatly missed.

Ron Harlow

December 5, 2010

As a young child, my uncle Sibby came across as the rough, gruff relative I better not cross! But, as I grew older I came to appreciate his sense of humor and softer side. But most of all, I saw what a supportive and steadfast brother he was to my Dad. I enjoyed his company at Mom's birthday party and am so glad we could all get together. Love to you both, Mom and Dad.

December 5, 2010

We have the pleasure of meeting Ed the last year at our Bally's luncheon. Very sadden to hear and our prayers go out to his family.

December 3, 2010

Blackie,you and your family are in our prayers.. Joyce and Jerry McGill

Delia Jimenez

December 3, 2010

I had the pleasure of working for Mr. C from 1991 to 1997 and he taught me so much. I remember him saying I don't want to hear about the labor pains I just want to see the baby. Oh, the memories working for him. He had such a great sense of humor. He was a wonderful man.

Jeri Larson

December 3, 2010

I had the great opportunity to know and work with Mr. Cutrer. He was a wonderful person and a mentor to many. We all loved Mr. C.

Tammie Thomas

December 3, 2010

Your Dad always made me laugh, from his funny antics to his unusual phrases "Don't be the boy who cried fox". He was incredibly loyal, protective and proud of you 3 girls. Each of you carries a significant part of him into your own lives. Gale with your 'need to know' thorough research and profound love of family, Phyllis with your love of adventure and infectious laughter and Jan with your incredible work ethic and unbiased love of others without judgment or desire to make them change. He lives on through you all and I am fortunate to get to see his character in action everyday. My love to you all.

December 2, 2010

I am so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. I've known him for several years -- meeting him at the gym. He was a friend that I truly enjoyed visiting with at the gym and at our gym luncheons. The family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Jo Ann Webb

December 1, 2010

So sorry for your loss of your brother and best friend Homer..You and your our in our thoughts.Rory and Cathy Cutrer Paradise, Ca

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