Patricia A. Cutler

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Patricia Anne Cutler

Patricia (Pat, Patsy) was born on September 27, 1937 in Denver, Colorado to John James and Theresa Dawn Elliott. She graduated from Aurora High School in 1955. She was married to Larry Bartel Cutler on June 5, 1955 in a triple wedding ceremony. Patricia and Larry happily raised 4 children, and gave them all a wonderful childhood. Patricia retired from Caterpillar Tractor Company after 30 years and enjoyed many years of retirement.  Larry passed away on July 8, 2006.

Patricia was a longtime member of Central Christian Church where she had many, many brothers and sisters in Christ, and was very active in charitable activities.

Patricia went to be with our Lord on July 27, 2015. She is survived by her son, Barry Cutler (Susan Cutler), daughters, Denise Cutler, Debbie Cutler (Harry Spikes), and Dixie Nydam. 7 grandchildren: Maggie (Mike), Jason, Jeramy, Kristin, Kimberly, Elizabeth, and Carrie, and 6 great-grandchildren: Levi, Bryanna, Devin, Jackson, Andrew, and Fisher. She is also survived by numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Patricia’s example of how to live a Christian life in all aspects, will be with us all, until we meet again.

Visitation will be on Wednesday, August 5th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Bullock Colonial Chapel. Services will be held at Central Christian Church on Thursday, August 6th at 10:00 a.m. with burial following at Fort Logan National Cemetery.


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  1. I am very sorry for your loss, It is true that we all will pass away, having faith in Christ is so very important asking for forgiveness is just as important for our salvation. I have met Mrs Elliott Cutler and she is the most caring loving person, I wish I could have been more involved in getting to know her.

  2. I was very blessed to have known and work with Pat…She was a wonderful, caring woman, and I am so extremely sorry for your loss.  Please know my thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time…May you find comfort in the memories that you share with her.

    God Bless  you all,

    Karen LaRue and Family

  3. My dear, dear friend, you will be missed!  You are the example of how a person lives a good and Godly life!  You were the best wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all you met!  You will be missed, but will live through your family as wonderful examples of love.

    Thank you, Barry, Denise, Debbie and Dixie for sharing your mom with us all.  We are certainly better for having known her!  I know she and Larry will be watching over all of you!

  4. I have thought of Pat so many times over the years.  We were latch key kids and she was our surrogate mom.  I am so sorry to hear of her passing, but know she's with Larry now, and all you kids have an angel watching over you.  Rest in peace, Pat.

  5. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Pat's Family. I worked with Pat at Caterpillar and she was a 1st class Lady.  I know she will be missed by all that knew her.

  6. You are gone, but never forgotten.  Now I have a family of eight, since I promised Pat in her last days, that I would be there for her children as long as I would be able.  She was more than a sister-in-law, she was my SISTER in every sense of the word.  We grew up and old together.  God will take care of her, you can bet on that!!    Love, Connie

  7. Blessings and comfort to my Sista girlfriend, my sweet adorable niece, Elizabeth, and all the rest of the family of Pat Cutler.  I only met Pat a couple of times but she was a very kind lady and she sure was loved by many people.  I know how much she meant to her family and I pray that you will all be given peace and beautiful memories of Pat.  Love Jennifer Chaplin.

  8. I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your precious Mom. I loved Pat and so did my Dad, Eddie Ragain. Pat would come and sit with me several times at the hospital during my Dad's many surgery's. Dad would always tell me what a wonderful Christian lady Pat was and such a dear friend. Dad and Pat are together now in heaven with a whole host of friends and family that have gone before them. May God comfort  you as only he can. If you need anything. Please don't hesitate to contact me.

    Susan Ragain Mishler'

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