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Reverend Theodore E. Cutrell

Indianapolis, Indiana

Age 71

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Reverend Theodore E. Cutrell71, of Greenwood, Indiana, succumbed to ALS and peacefully went to join his Heavenly Father on Saturday, November 12th, 2016. Ted is survived by his wife, Harleen, of 48 years, sons Shaun (Donna) Cutrell and Brandon (Rob) Cutrell, mother Norma Cutrell, father-in-law...

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Ted was a Sentinel Classmate at Asbury College. I informed the Alumni Office and they confirmed his passing. He wrote in my yearbook. He will be missed.

Harleen and family,

I am so sorry to learn of Ted's passing. I drove past CUMC this afternoon and saw the sign. He holds a very dear place in my heart and always will.

May he rest in peace with God. He was a gentleman that Bob and I admired. Although it has been over 20 years since we were in Indy and Pastor Ted was giving the service at Christ UMC. He is definetly someone that you will never forget.

Our family loved Pastor Ted. He was their for our youth and loved them very much. He loved to visit our shut-ins at Christ United Methodist church He was always glad to see us. He will be missed very much. He always had a smile on his face and showed God's love in all he would do. We are so sorry for your loss and we are praying for all of you Peggy and Jack Pierson.

I am so sorry to hear about his death. Ted and I was in youth group at East Columbus United Methodist back in the 60's. He thought the world of my beloved mother, and she loved him as a son. He will be greatly missed.

Ted was very much a part of my family's lives. When I was no longer able to attend church, Ted visited on a regular bases, We talked family's and prayed. I love you and miss you Ted. Enjoy the rewords of a true servant.

Life for good folks like Ted is all too brief. Ted was a good man. Someone I knew well as "Teddy" as a child in Columbus where we went to elementary school to high school together, played football at the Optimist Park and joined in worship and youth group activities at the church. While I saw him seldom and briefly as an adult, his smile and warm greeting was always a gift. I give thanks for his life of faith and abiding witness.
Philip Amerson

Pastor Ted will be dearly missed by all who knew him. He helped myself and my family in our times of need.
I loved that he always had a smile and a kind word. I know we will all see him again someday. Sherri Brickey