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Dale Wayne McCutchan

Dale Wayne McCutchan, 60, of Monticello, MO, a farmer and cattleman, died Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008 in Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Ill. Dale was born May 7, 1948, in Blessing Hospital, a son of J. D. and Ella Mae Parker McCutchan. He married Cindy Lloyd on May 24, 1975 at the Canton Christian Church in Canton. She survives.

Dale was a graduate of Lewistown High School and Central United Methodist College in Fayette. He served in the U. S. Army Reserves for 10 years.

He attended the Monticello Community Church in Monticello and enjoyed working with his cattle.
Dale was a past director of Ursa (Ill.) Farmers Co-Op, past state president of the Missouri Angus Association, past president of Missouri Farm Bureau, past member of the Lewis County Fair Board, where he was open beef department superintendent for several years, Missouri Angus Hall of Fame, a member of Marion and Lewis County Cattlemen Association and a member of American Angus Association and the Missouri Angus Association.

He is survived by his wife, Cindy McCutchan of Monticello; his mother, Ella Mae McCutchan of Monticello; one daughter, Jill Putnam and her husband, Brad, of Maywood; one son, Dan McCutchan of Canton; one brother, David McCutchan and his wife, Ruthie, of Monticello; three sisters, Linda Penn and her husband, Larry , of Canton, Sharon Biesterfeld and her husband, Bill, of Lansing, Kan., and Patty Buswell and her husband, Terry, of Chapel Hill, Tenn.; two grandsons, Eli and Jackson Putnam of Maywood; and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his father and one nephew, Jamie Penn.
Services were held in the Davis Funeral Home in Canton, and he was buried in the Forest Grove Cemetery in Canton.
Dale was a descendant of Robert and Margaret (Callison) McCutchan.

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