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Arthur Dennis McCutcheon

Arthur Dennis McCutcheon, 80. of Lookout, WV went to be with the Lord on April 10, 2011 in God’s perfect time. He is survived by his wife, Ann, of Lookout, and children Dennis II (Cindy) of Guatemala, Kate Smith (Kent) of Lookout, DeAnn Bennett (David) of Lookout and Mark (Cheryl) of Greensboro, NC. Dennis is also survived by his brother Garland (Delores) of Lookout; brother-in-law, Larry McCabe of Toledo, Ohio, and his uncle, Lewis Holliday. of Lookout, 12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his sister, Loretta McCabe, and his parents Jason and Cleo McCutcheon of Lookout.
Dennis was a retired WVU extension agent and served as the State RHEP advisory board chairman and a member of Rivers and Bridges. He was a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army; and served as administrator of Penn Alps Inc. of Grantsville, MD.
He was a faithful member of Lookout Baptist Church, an avid woodworker and lover of all things created.
Funeral services were held at Lookout Baptist Church in Lookout, with Pastor and son-in-law, David Bennett, officiating. Burial was in the Jennette Cemetery in Lookout.
In a letter from his wife, Ann, she writes, “The boys built him the plain pine box he wanted; the girls lined it with a pretty blue & white quilt and we had a “celebration” service at the church. A nephew, in full Scottish dress, played Amazing Grace as we walked from church to cemetery; an active Army grandson presented me the flag that covered his coffin and a
4-H lady played Day is Done (Taps) on the bugle.”
Dennis was very interested in his McCutcheon genealogy and was a descendant of John McCutcheon (Augusta Co., VA) through his son Robert and Margaret (Callison) McCutcheon.

West Virginia
Family Line: 
Robert and Margaret (Callison) McCutcheon

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