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Garland Wayne "Bo" McCutchen Obituary
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September 23, 2018

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January 22, 2018
December 27, 2017
I remember Bo and his parents back when we were all racing motocross together at the OMC in the 1970s. We all had a real nice time together, and lived by the credo, "When in doubt gas it!", which made for quite a bit of excitement. I sure am sorry to hear of Bo's passing, and I'd like to offer my condolences to Bo's friends and family. Godspeed Bo. Jeff Day #27
December 24, 2017
I remember he used to always tell me, "If I die tomorrow, dont be sad because I had more fun than anyone else." And he wasnt saying that to be mean or whatever, he said that because he had so much fun in his life. The guy was a legend in so many peoples eyes, if you knew him for five minutes you can just tell, he was genuine, giving..

I keep getting messages from friends over social media telling me stories, and just the small things he did and it just blows my mind, the stuff we did not even think about back then that you look at now and you are just amazed. If its lending a roof over their head all the way to lending the boots for a bonfire just so they dont feel odd or out of place.

The guy knew how to have fun, I can say that over and over. He could have fun cleaning the pool even, he would just say or make funny jokes that would come to him out of thin air. It was just amazing the humor he had, he could connect with anyone. I look at his life and just hope im half the man he is at least... No one could compare, its said in probably a million of these obituarys but its so true.

He loved his family, he had money to buy whatever toy or gadget his heart desired, but it always ended up in someone elses hands because thats just the guy he was. The last month of his life he bought new rims for his semi, and i was so excited to see him happy for buying something for himself, just rims, just shiny chrome for his hard earned Semi-truck. I remember he came in after i got off work and he did and hes like, "Come check these out they look great." and I went out there with a flashlight in hand, boots and some basket-ball shorts, i was so excited. I was so proud of him and he was pleased at the outcome. It just felt unreal.

Every day i drive home and look at that semi, and was so proud of him, this guy that came from near nothing became everything to everyone. It does bum me out a little bit he never got to drive a mile on those tires and new rims.

Honestly I could go on for hours and hours writing about how amazing he was, how humble he was, but unless you knew him it wouldnt matter. And if you did know him you'd know.

Rest in paradise dad, if there is a heaven, I know you are there cracking a beer open and hanging out with your loved ones. You meant the world to me and I hope I made you proud one time or another. You will forever be my biggest hero, supporter, my everything man.
I miss and love you everyday.