Marjorie J. Cutarelli

September 15, 1928 ‒ January 07, 2012

Marion, Ohio

Marjorie Jean Cutarelli, 83, was called by the Lord at home where she passed away peacefully in her sleep Saturday, January 7, 2012. A life-long resident of Marion, she was born to Hazel and Barney Simmons on September 15, 1928. She attended St. Mary Grade School and graduated from St. Mary High School in 1946.

She was a wife and mother of twelve, a grandmother, great-grandmother and homemaker. She was devoted to her family and spent much of her time involved in their lives. She enjoyed gardening, bird watching, crocheting, puzzles, movies, and above all her family. She loved to play her violin and piano. She had her own business of Bookkeeping and Tax Services during her life and was a member of St. Mary Church.

She loved traveling and spent a few winters in Florida and she even climbed two volcanoes, Mt. St. Helen and Mt. Rainier in Washington.

She touched the lives of many people by her smile and generosity. She loved to tell Bible stories to her children and was devoted to Jesus and Our Blessed Virgin Mary, and surrendered her whole life to Christ.

She is preceded in death by her husband Anthony and son Daniel. She is survived by two brothers Chuck (Thena) Simmons and Don (Linda) Simmons, both of Tennessee.
She leaves her children Peter (Kristy) Cutarelli of Greenville, OH, Benn (Linda) Cutarelli of Marion, OH, Nancy (Tim) Cummings of Marion, OH, Marie Cutarelli of Marino, OH, Tony Cutarelli of Marion, OH, David (Chong Shim) Cutarelli of Tacoma, Washington, Charles Cutarelli of Marion, OH, Margie (Duff) Kraschinsky of Marion, OH, John (Dierdre) Cutarelli of Cardington, OH, Michael Cutarelli of Marion, OH, and Paul Cutarelli of Marion, OH.

Also her 14 grandchildren Tim Cutarelli, Aaron Cutarelli, Beth Guest, Chris Cummings, Jherek Cummings, Trena Cutarelli, Matthew Cutarelli, Nick Watson, Nathan Watson, Rochelle Hall, Phillip Cutarelli, Danielle Cutarelli, Brock Cutarelli, Chase Cutarelli, and nine great-grandchildren Julia, Mia, Tayten, Austen, Samantha, Brayden, Allison, Sicily and Milo. Three step grandsons Ryan Weaver, Anthony Kraschinksy, and Brad Weaver and two step great-grandchildren Oliver and Felix along with many cousins, nieces and nephews.

Marjorie will be deeply missed by her family and friends.

Calling hours will be held Tuesday, January 10, 2012 from 4 to 8 PM at Gunder/Hall & Folk Funeral Directors with Parish Prayers at 4 PM. A Funeral Mass will be held Wednesday, January 11, 2012, 10:30 AM at St. Mary Catholic Church with burial to follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed to the family by visiting www.snyderfuneralhomes.com. Memorial contributions may be made to either St. Mary Church or another Catholic Charity of the donor’s choice.

  • I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Majorie, I wish all of you the strength to get through this difficult time. My families thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • I was saddened to hear of your loss. Memories of Love and Friendship are treasures that I will carry with me always of Marjorie. But now I am afraid that I will lose contact with the rest of you, which some of you don’t really know me now. My prayers will always be there for each and every one of you,Your Cousin Roberta

  • I feel so blessed to have visited with Marjorie for several weeks during the summer and fall of 2011 when we brought Holy Communion to her. She was a delightful woman, a wonderful conversationalist, and just a beautiful Christian woman. You are in my prayers. Peace and all good.

  • To the family of Mrs. Cutarelli,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. My sincere sympathies

  • I am glad I got to talk with Aunt Marjorie this year. I will always remember her as a kind and sweet woman. Our thoughts are with all of you. Sheri, Jessica and Zachary

  • We were shocked to hear of Marjorie’s passing but know she is in the loving hands of Our Lord. We have very good memories of our days as neighbors on Cherry St.
    and of Nancy, Marie, & Margie babysitting for us. We talked with Tony lately and he
    was working with our Nick on guitar lessons. Much Love and Sympathy to all of you.
    Patrick & Regina Kelleher

  • Nick, I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember her as being a very good woman. I will pray for you and your family. Love to you, Kate

  • Ben and Marie, We are so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. We will keep all of you in our prayers.

  • I just wanted to express my condolences at the passing of your Mom. I certainly remember her kindnesses as we were all growing up on Cherry Street. I still, after all these years, think of you all and wish you all well. Your Mom is with the Lord!

  • I’m very sorry for your loss. Mrs. C was one of the kindest, loving, and giving people I know. She helped me when I was down on my luck, and I will never forget that.

  • I remember grandma to be sweet,loving and kind to everyone. Anytime someone needed something…she was right there for you..no matter what. Her voice was soft and genuine and everytime i talked to her i was in a better mood. My memories of her will stay in my heart forever and i will never forget her laugh and smile. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. God did a wonderful job when he created her. I love u grandma….forever…

  • Marjorie Jean Simmons Cutarelli was my mother.
    I will carry her with me until the time I also will have to leave.
    Marjorie was a smart and kind mother not only to me but to all of her other children.
    I would talk to my mother most every day in the latter days of her life. I would call her on my breaks at work. Cell phones made that more convenient. We would talk about almost everything. I asked a lot of questions about what she did and what she liked when she was a child.
    She would talk about her children and how much she loved everyone of them. She would talk about what they were doing and how proud she was of each and every one of them.
    She would talk about her grandparents and her two brothers. How she used to go to grandpas house on the farm and help with the three cows there.
    We would talk about how she would watch her dad work on the well that was in the cellar under their house.
    Marjorie also talked about her grandchildren. She had a lot of them also. But her heart was large enough to hold love for every one of them.
    Mom talked about the friends and neighbors she knew and talked to. I did not know all of them but I listened to her. Sometimes she would ask me if I was still there and I would say [YES. Continue on.] Mom would talk about her love for god also.
    Now I have no mother to call at my breaks. No Mother that will listen to my cries of complaint. No mother to comfort me when I cut my finger. I am just being selfish.
    I also know that I am not the only one that misses Marjorie. I am sure that each of us has our own way of missing her. And with each thought a small tear of loss drops from our eyes.
    Each tear holds strength. and with each tear we get stronger.
    Mother also cried for she was leaving us as well. She did not want to go, however she had another calling. And now that she is where she is now, she is happy. Marjorie is making new friends and meeting up with her family that has gone before her.
    I am no longer sad that she is gone but rather happy that she is with loved ones in another place. I will miss my mother. That woman named Marjorie.
    Marjorie Jean Simmons Cutarelli was my mother.

  • My grandma was such an honest and loving lady. There is not a day that goes by that I dont think about her. She was always there for me when I needed her the most and for that feel lucky. Many days I would ride my bike over to her house across town just to catch up wirh her. I could not have asked for a better grandma.