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Obituaries » Vince William Cutter
November 16, 1991 - July 29, 2017
Cutter – Vince William Cutter passed away suddenly at his parents’ home July 29, 2017. Born November 16, 1991. He will be forever and deeply missed by his parents, Chris and Heather Cutter, Brothers Kyle Cutter of Brooks, Steve Cutter of Wardlow, and Rick Smith of Patricia. Grandmother Joy Zeer of Wardlow. Aunts and Uncles; Jo-Ann (Craig) Schnell, Lonnie (Elaine) Zeer. Ian (Corrinne) Zeer, Marne Cutter, Jackie (Tim) Muir, Iona Cutter, Dawn (Carl) Maalerud, Michelle (Dennis) Meeches, Nieces Sadie and Kylie Smith, numerous cousins, and very many friends and coworkers. Vince was predeceased by Grandfather Ike Zeer of Wardlow, Grandparents John and Georgina Cutter of Erickson Manitoba, and Uncle Louie Zeer. Vince attended Berry Creek Community School from Kindergarten to grade 12, graduating 2009. He worked at the Lakeside Feeders, riding pens after high school. Worked a short time on the rigs, then started work at Alberta Prairie Meats in Duchess. Vince then went to Nova Scotia for about six months to visit some friends and see the country. Coming home from the east, he started working at Westmoreland Coal Company at Sheerness. Vince loved adventure, he was always riding 4 wheelers sideways, or dirt bikes doing wheelies. Thinking up some kind of crazy adventure and talking his friends or brothers into doing it too. Camping, fishing, boating, riding, team roping and learning to play the ukulele. Creative thinker, very mechanically inclined, could drive anything he got in and drive it well. Vince had a huge heart, cared for others, considered every ones feelings and was forgiving. Fun sense of humor and always had a big smile. He always took the time to have a visit. The celebrations of Vince’s life was held August 3, 2017 at the Pollockville Hall. Friends Ty Griffith played his guitar and sang, Royden Griffith gave a tribute. His Uncle Tim Muir gave the Eulogy , played his guitar and sang with his wife, Vince’s Aunt Jackie Cutter. Pastor Alvin Penner gave the word of hope and prayers. For further information, to light a virtual candle, upload a photo, or to leave a message of condolence for the family, please visit www.thomsfuneralhome.com or call (403) 501-1010.
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