This guy always met me with a smile, we were never on a first-name basis (though I knew his)... Especially at softball, I didn't hardly know anyone there, he'd happily give me updates on how every team was faring... A pleasure to know you, Steve...
Dear Cutter Family,
So sorry to have lost such a bright light. I will always treasure the days I got to spend with Steve. He was so caring and loving. He was the first person to introduce himself to me when I came to Jackson and his bear hugs and smile are things I will surely miss. He always had a way of making you smile in spite of yourself! Prayers are with you and your family and can't wait for my bear hug when I see him again!
I am very sorry to hear about Steve. I worked with him at Special Olympics Bowling and he was one of my favorites. He would always greet me with a firm handshake and a smile that I will never forget. Again, I'm very sorry for your loss and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
dear steve cutter I Will Miss You At Special Olympics basketball and at next years state summer games
I write this with a sad heart, but a smile knowing you are in heaven with my Mom (Lou) watching over you as you both are singing & dancing the night away to a MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO GEORGIA!!
WILL ALWAYS MISS YOU!!! LOVE YOU,
ED & DEBBIE