Danny McCutcheon Obituary, Death – It is never an easy process to part ways with somebody whom we adore and love, but there are times when it is necessary to do so. On November 27, 2021, when Danny McCutcheon was 69 years old, he was removed from the company of those he loved and placed in a facility. Danny McCutcheon resided in the city of Wadsworth, Ohio at the time. It is now time for Danny’s loved ones, including his family, friends, and coworkers, to say their final respectful goodbyes to him.
Flowers and candles can be lit as a statement of love and care for a friend or family member who has passed away, and other friends and family members are asked to do the same. If you could spare a few minutes out of your day to express your sympathies to the McCutcheon family by leaving a comment in the online guestbook that is accessible on this memorial page, it would be very much appreciated. Thank you in advance for your time and consideration in this matter. Your input in the form of thoughts and comments is very much appreciated. Every member of his immediate family had preceded him in death, including his wife Barb, his parents Mont and Elva, and his brother Butch.
He was the last surviving member of his family. He was the lone member of his family to reach adulthood and he was the only one who did. He was the only member of his immediate family to have survived, and he ended up being the only member of his family to survive in total. After his passing, he is survived by his children Danny Jr. and Dannette Rager (Robert), as well as his grandchildren Cholista (Jeff), Tyler (Tiffany), Savannah, and Shelby, as well as his great-grandchildren JJ, Riley, and Grace, in addition to his sisters Naomi, Susan, Robin, and Tammy.
In addition, he has great-grandchildren Cholista (Jeff), Tyler (Tiffany), Savannah, and Shelby. In addition, he has great-grandchildren named Cholista (Jeff), Tyler (Tiffany), Shelby, and Savannah. In addition to this, he is survived by a substantial group of people who were friends of his in addition to members of his extended family. He will be much missed.