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Roy A. McCutchen

Everett, Washington

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Roy Allen McCutchen Roy McCutchen, AKA The Buzzard, born November 18, 1949, passed away the evening of May 8, 2019. He walked into the hospital full of life for heart surgery. Many people would tell you he didn't make it because his heart was just too big. Roy dedicated his life to his family,...

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Rest in peace my friend. I meet Roy in high school at Cascade 1966.Have many memories of working on cars and dragging Colby.Have many stories to many to list here.RIP

Kathleen, the whole View Ridge family is so sorry for the passing of your husband.

I grew up with Roy. He was best at baseball and even better at cracking jokes. Also went too school with Jean ! He left his mark on all our hearts and will truly be missed.

I have a big Roy shaped hole in my heart !Words cannot express how much this man meant to this Reimer family. He willingly helped each member of our family over the years time and time again without complaint !He gave of himself constantly when he knew of somebody in need of help !Whether needing his mechanical skills or his opinion or just being someone to have a sympathetic and caring heart and patiently listen !What a great friend we have lost!!! Becky and I send heartfelt condolences to...

Our prayers go out to Roys family,Roy was such a kind man.We live down the road from him and he helped us out with our vehicles numerous times.He will be missed be all.

Our Sympathy to Kathleen & McCutchen family. I worked at the family business for about 15yrs.I have a lot of great memories of the family. Roy was a one of a kind passionate about old cars. RIP Roy you will be missed.

Kathleen & Family, We thank you for your constant support of our Cruise to Colby Car Show for the 17 years we hosted the it. We send heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

Dear Kathleen & Family, Lonnie and I were saddened to hear of Roy's passing. What a wonderful man! We appreciated the time he always took to stop and talk to us. It is true, he had a very big heart. Roy will be missed by everyone! We hope all your memories of your time with Roy will help heal your hurting heart. Rest in Peace Roy. Our sincerest condolences.

I grew up with Roy. We lived in the same neighborhood and went to school together and graduated the same year. He will truly be missed. Jean (Durr) and Selby Irwin