Patsy Rose Cutler

April 07, 1942 ‒ February 16, 2016

Delaware, Ohio
Formerly of Mount Gilead, Ohio

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Patsy Rose Cutler of Delaware, Ohio peacefully went home on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016, while at the Bennington Glen Care Center near Marengo, OH. Patsy fought a long and determined battle. Most of us could never have waged the battle that Patsy endured.

Patsy was born on April the 7th 1942. She was delivered in Plain City to the late Charles and Emily Clark. She was one of 5 children born from this marriage. Deceased are, Charles, Jerry, Margret, and Roberta, Survived by sister Elizabeth Kinney of Columbus, many nephews and nieces.

Patsy and her family moved early on to the Delaware County area of Hyatts. She attended Hyatts Elementary School where she loved sports and cheerleading. Busy in many school activities she graduated from Olentangy High School, where she participated in sports, band, and was a member of the National Honor Society. As a cheerleader, during her 7th grade year she met a special boy that was a basketball player Curtis “Butch” Cutler. This chance meeting turned out to be a special marriage for nearly 57 years. They married shortly after graduating from Olentangy High School in 1959-1960 and to this union 3 children were born; Larry (deceased), Laura Decot, of Powell, Curtis Lee (Janna) of Westerville, Grandchildren Margo, Dustin, Nick, Ryan, Jack, Carson, Kaylie, Two great grandchildren, Jay, and Jen.

Up on completion of raising her children, Patsy worked at the ODNR for the State of Ohio. She worked for the division of water and gas for 22 years. She loved to sew; cook, garden, and watch her grandchildren play sports. She loved spoiling her grandchildren and spending time with her family.

Patsy was a believer, and a member of Orange Road Friends Church in Lewis Center. Patsy and her husband “Butch” as he is called were never separated from any part of life. They were constantly joined entirely from day one. Patsy just loved life, and she is going to love her next one.

Patsy and Butch will eventually be together as one at St. Mary Cemetery, Delaware.  A private service will be held at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center in Delaware.

The family would like to think everyone for the numerous cards and prayers, and for all of the staff at Bennington Glen Care Center, who were top notch in their care and compassion. During her final hours Heartland Hospice of Marion was in coordination with Bennington, and they were very caring, compassionate, and covered all so well.

Any contributions can be made in Patsy’s name to Orange Road Friends Church, 3467 E. Orange Rd, Lewis Center, OH 43035.

Condolences may be expressed at

  • So sorry to hear of Aunt Patsy’s passing, but she is at peace and free from pain now. We know she has gone to a better place and is happily reunited with Larry and other family and friends. She was such a wonderful, caring person and will be greatly missed by all those who knew her.

  • Aunt Patsy was a beautiful, loving, and spiritual individual. Uncle Butch and her are a rule model to all of us . I will remember Aunt Patsy’s smile . God gave us a special person . She will always be remember for her love for everyone and especially family.

  • Butch, we send our deepest condolences upon Patsy’s passing. She is now at peace and free of pain and suffering. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Uncle Butch and family so sorry for your lost of my Aunt Pasty and I will miss seeing her when we get together at your home. She was a special person in my life and your family and I know she is in a better place with the rest of our family in God ‘s home and she can now rest in peace. I will pray for you and your family to find peace in your time of sorrow

  • Butch, Laura, Curtis ,Margo, Dustin, Nick, Ryan, Jack, Carson, Kaylie, and Jay and Jen
    We are sorry for your loss. Aunt Patsy was always such a caring, beautiful soul.
    She will live on in our memories forever.

    Patricia and James Cahill

  • Uncle Butch, We are praying for you and the family. So sorry about your loss.

    Jesus, please comfort Butch during these trying times. Give him strength. Amen

    We love you Butch
    Mike and Micky Carter

  • I send my sincere condolences to Butch and family. Pasty was a very special part of me, while I was in the family. Two things stand out, she asked me if she could teach Shawn to swim, as she knew I was fearful of water. I told her I would be more than glad to have her teach him, I would just stay in the house. So Shawn knows how to swim. The other thing is she paid me to clean her house, which was so easy. On one day she left me a note to not clean, but to wrap her Christmas presents. I loved it, as I love to wrap. I always enjoyed spending time with Patsy and Butch.

    Heaven has certainly received a Special Angel. Butch, Laurie, Curtis and grandchildren, take peace and praise God knowing she is in Heaven.

    Love, Susie

  • Our deepest condolences to Butch & the Cutler family.
    We will miss Patsy at the IBEW dinners.

    John & Mari Holcomb

  • Sorry to hear of Patsy’s passing. She is a beautiful lady inside and out. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  • Mr. Cutler, I am so sorry about the passing of Mrs. Cutler. She was the most wonderful, kind and warm hearted person that I’ve had the pleasure to know. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the entire Cutler family. God Bless You All.

  • Curtis,
    Sorry to learn of Patsy’s passing. May you find comfort in knowing that others understand and care. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family,

  • Butch very sorry for Patsy passing. I loved her just like a sister when we worked together State of Ohio . She taught me a lot of things. Will always remember her in my heart and sadly miss her. God will take care of her now.

    Love Patty and Pat Russell

  • To the Cutler Family,
    So truly sorry to hear of Pasty passing.
    Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers.
    (((Hugs))) to all.

  • Dear Butch and Family, our hearts are heavy for you all with the passing of your wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. It’s not often anymore that two people are still so much in love as you were. May God be close at your side. Jim and Jeanne Morgan Witt

  • Butch and Family,
    I am so very sorry to hear of Patsy’s passing. I know this is a very difficult time for you and your family. Please know that I will keep you in my prayers.

  • Few are blessed with the relationship of Butch & Patsy. Everything in life is better shared. She will be missed by many. Bless those that remain to remember. George & Peg Buckingham

  • Butch,
    Roger and I were so sorry to hear about your loss. Please know that you and your family are in our hearts and prayers. Penny and Roger

  • Words cannot express the emptiness we feel along with you at the Going Home of this gal we loved so dearly and had such high esteem for. We loved Patsy very much but know that all the pain and suffering she had are now all gone and she is with her Lord and Savior in a happy and wonderful place. We are still praying for Butch and for his children and grandchildren. We love you all. Just look at and memorize Proverbs 3:5and 6. They will give you a place to anchor all your frustrations and grief. It is a promise from God Himself.

  • Kay and I would like to express our deepest sympathies to Butch and his family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Sprout and I we’re sorry to hear of Patsy’s passing and send our deepest condolences to you and your family in this trying time, knowing Patsy is with her LORD and Savior. I know you will miss her deeply

  • Butch,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We both worked with Patsy at ODNR Water and she was a very kind and special lady. We are very sorry for her loss to you and your family.
    Frank and Rebecca Fugitt