September 21, 1938 – February 5, 2019
Cutler, Terry Robert P.Eng. – It is with profound sorrow and tremendous love in our hearts that we announce the passing of a cherished husband, father, and grandfather on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at the age of 80, surrounded by his loving family at the Hamilton General Hospital. He will be sadly missed by family and friends. He was the beloved husband of Beverley for 58 years. His greatest joy was to spend time with his sons; Rick, Randy(Margaret), and Rob[deceased](Kim). He was devoted to his six grandchildren Natalie (John), Bailey (Jon), Jordan, Katelyn (Trevor), Kyle, and Emily. He is predeceased by his parents Anne and Eldon Cutler and two brothers Vince and Keith. He leaves four sisters Sylvia (George), Diane, Christie (Ron) and Nancy. He spent his career in the corrugated paper industry. Friends and family are invited to Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main St, Dundas, on Friday February 8th from 6-8p.m. and again at Christ Church Anglican, 92 Highway #8, Dundas on Saturday February 9th from 12-1p.m. with a service to follow at 1:00p.m.. Donations can be made to the ALS Society.
So sorry Terry hope Dad is showing you all those great fishing holes up there.
Many hearts reach out to you and your family today in deepest sympathy. Hope you find peace through the healing power of love.
Sincerely Dolores and Michael Guzzo
Hank and I were shocked and saddened to hear about the passing of your dad. Our sincerest condolences to you and your family.
Hank and Marsha
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Terry. He will be fondly remembered for fishing trips, and the love he had for his family. Rest in peace Uncle Terry. Xo
I send my deepest condolences to Bev and all of Terry’s family on his passing. Such a nice man with an engaging warm smile and laugh. I remember it well when he and my brother got together. May there be great golf in heaven.
We send our deepest condolences to the whole Culter family and friends. Terry always came into our store with a smile on his face as he was working away on his next project. He will be missed by all.
Your EMCO Kenilworth Family.
Our deepest condolences to Aunt Bev and family. Uncle Terry’s smile will always Love your niece Cindy and Kerry
We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Terry. He was a very loved man and we will all hold our dearest memories of him close to our hearts. Thinking of you all during this difficult time.
Love George, Janet, Cam and Carley Hotston
My sincerest condolences to the Cutler family. He will be missed.
Randy and families…..We are sorry to hear about your fathers passing. Our condolences and prayers are with you.
Our deepest condolences to Bev and the Cutler family. We are very saddened indeed. Terry will be remembered as a warm and always helpful classmate and friend. He will be missed by all of us.
My sincerest condolences to Bev and family. I have known Terry since our student days, going back to the early seventies. Terry is like glue to all the friends in our Engineering class of 75 by organizing numerous class reunions. Memories of your warm smiles and personality will last forever.
Bill and Patsy Chan
Like all of Terry’s friends I loved him.
When we spoke we both would laugh, not at anything in perticular. I think it was because we enjoyed each other’s company.
I will miss him always. My memories of Terry will keep him alive to me forever.
Rest in peace dear friend.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Bev and family in your loss. Terry was such a great guy, and even just thinking of him lifts my spirits- we will miss his solid good cheer!
Bob and Dale Marshall
Bev and all family
So very sorry to learn of Terry’s passing.
Our condolences to your family.
Tom and Linda Yurcich
To a man, I knew briefly always a smile on his face with a positive gentle tone. Definitely a loss of a great gentleman.
Our deepest condolences to the Cutler family. I am very sorry Terry died. I knew him well. He was a sales representative that often quoted machines for me when I worked in the corrugated box business. He often visited our plant. He was a real gentleman and a pleasure to deal with. He graduated McMaster in Engineering the year before I did. This is a great loss. He should have got more years.