Eugene Cutcher Obituary, Death -On November 15, 2022, Eugene “Butch” Cutcher, age 78, of Point Place, Toledo, passed away peacefully into the arms of Jesus at Hospice of NW Ohio. He was surrounded by his devoted family at the time of his passing. At the time of his passing, he was surrounded by the people who were closest to him, including his friends and neighbors. On September 13, 1944, he was born to his parents, Eugene Cutcher and Ann (Georgoff), who had both passed away prior to the time of his birth. He was the only child of his parents.
Butch possessed a gentle and kind demeanor, and he treasured the time he got to spend with his loved ones and close friends. He was an avid sports fan in general and a die-hard supporter of the Michigan Wolverines in particular, and he was looking forward to watching the game between Michigan and Ohio State. When he was younger, he used to spend a significant amount of time at Milan Speedway competing in drag races. In those days, the track was his primary place of employment. During the time that the Vietnam War was going on, he had served his country with distinction in the Air Force.
He had worked at the BP Refinery for a good number of years before he became disabled and was eventually forced to retire.
Butch is survived by his son Vincent Cutcher, his daughter Marlene Lerch, his son Eugene “Tony” Cutcher and his wife Sarah, eight grandchildren, including Jeremiah, Audrey, and Eric Lerch, Savannah Hill (Alex), Madyson Cutcher, Aniyah Corbin, Abby Cutcher, and Mackenzie Kitchen, and two great grandchildren, Amelia and Amara Hill. Butch is also survived by eight great grandchildren, including Savannah Hill (Alex), Madyson Cutcher There are seven Cutcher brothers: Robert Cutcher, Donald Cutcher, Thomas Cutcher, David Cutcher, Jim Cutcher, and Richard Cutcher.
Robert Cutcher is married to Kathy, and Donald Cutcher is married to Clara. Sisters: Patty (Doug) Burns, Barbara Cutcher, Michelle (Rick) Hakius), and Joanne Cutcher. His immediate predecessors in death were his brothers John Cutcher, Ed Cutcher, and Michael Cutcher, all of whom had passed away before him. To his neighbors, Linda and John Trease as well as Jamey Leach, who were always there for him whenever he required their assistance, a very special thank you goes out to all of them.