Kenneth McCutchen

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April 20, 1929 - December 15, 2015

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Saturday, December 19th at 11:00 AM Rose Hill Burial Park


Rose Hill Burial Park


Kenneth B. McCutchen, age 86, of Westerville, passed away December 15, 2015 at Sunrise of Gahanna. Retired Middle School science teacher. Member of Heritage Christian Church of Westerville. Survived by sons, Richard (Sharon) McCutchen of Cincinnati and Jeff (Debbie) McCutchen of Westerville; daughter, Melissa McCutchen of Westerville; grandchildren, Audrey, Grace, Nora and Ross McCutchen; sister, Ann Moradfar of Voorhees, NJ; many nieces, nephews and friends. Preceded in death by his wife, Irma Jeanne McCutchen, parents, Kenneth and Donnelle McCutchen and sister Jean Stulting. Graveside service and interment will be held Saturday at 11 a.m., Rose Hill Burial Park, Hamilton, OH. In lieu of flowers, conributions may be made to American Stroke Assn. or Columbus Colony Elderly Care.


Bob Jackson Family - Dec 20, 2015

We are praying for peace and comfort for all of you during this difficult time. We will miss his kindness and positive attitude he had about life.

Susan R. Stulting - Dec 19, 2015

I am thankful for Uncle Benny (Kenneth B. McCutchen)who added spice to life, as seen in the picture his family selected for this site, showing his style of being animated (with upraised eyebrows and an excited grin)as he communicated jokes, intellectual debates, and stories. My brothers and parents and I enjoyed listening to these in Huntsville at his sister’s (my mom’s) house at dinner and as our together our famiies hiked on trails in wooded mountains near Huntsville as he taught science on the way. The character of all of his grown children attests to guidance from both parents and the sure cornerstone of Jesus(Y’eshua) Christ(Messiah).

Manville Family - Dec 19, 2015

Our prayers and thoughts are with your family
The Manville’s

Hamm Family - Dec 17, 2015

Our sincere condolences to your family during this difficult time. May you turn to “the God of all comfort” to help you cope with your loss. (2 Cor. 1:3,4) And take comfort in knowing the hope he has in store for our dead loved ones. (John 5:28,29)

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