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Charles Cutler

Charles Newell Cutler

Wednesday, August 1st, 1945 - Sunday, October 13th, 2019
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Obituary

Kennebunk, ME, and Lowell, MA. Charles Newell Cutler, 74, of Kennebunk, ME, formerly of Andover and Lowell, MA, died suddenly of natural causes while traveling with his family on Sunday October 13.

Charlie was born August 1, 1945 in Framingham, MA, the son of Richard T. and Ethel Blades Cutler. He graduated from Babson College with a bachelor’s degree and received his master’s degree from N.Y.U. He was a veteran of the US Army from 1968-1970, serving a tour of duty in Vietnam and obtaining the rank of Staff Sergeant by the time of his discharge. He married the love of his life, Phyllis Jane Seabrooke, of Stratham, NH, during a period of “R&R” in Hawaii on Valentine’s Day, 1970. They were among the first people in the world to be matched via a computerized dating service.

Employed as a Certified Public Accountant, Charlie worked most of his career in Boston for MetLife (originally New England Life) until 2005, then joined S.B.L.I. Financial in Woburn, from which he retired after 10 years with the company.

A man who set goals for himself, Charlie lived up to his main aspirations, three of which he had written down to be remembered by: 1) make every vacation an adventure; 2) take the family on “mystery trips”; and 3) always be there for his kids. One goal that he had shared with his wife, which was to celebrate their 50th anniversary together, he missed by only a few months.

Charlie and Phyllis were very active in serving their communities. In Boston they volunteered at Rosie’s Place and in Kennebunk they supported the Community Outreach Services food pantry. He was a member of Seven Mile Road Church in Kennebunk, joining just after it was planted, and a former member of Harbor of Hope Church in Chelmsford, MA.

He is predeceased by his parents Richard and Ethel and his brother Kenneth Cutler.

Survivors include his wife Phyllis of Kennebunk; children Julie Cladwell of Tilton, NH, Mark Cutler of Andover, MA, Brian Cutler of Georgetown, MA, and Tobi-Ellen Cutler of Lowell, MA; a brother Harold Cutler of Sudbury, MA, and a sister Sally Eykel of Norfolk, MA; and grandchildren India and Ireland Caldwell, Emilia and Sophia Cutler, Gabriel Cutler, Erick Schenkel; and his beloved dog Georgie.

Memorial Services will be held at 1:30 pm Sunday, November 24, 2019 at Harbor of Hope Christian Church at 68 Princeton Street, Chelmsford, MA, and 10:30 am Monday, November 25, 2019 at Seven Mile Road Church at 71 Portland Road, Kennebunk, ME. Attendees should wear colorful clothing to reflect Charlie’s joy of life.

Should friends and family desire, memorial contributions may be made to Rosie’s Place: 889 Harrison Ave Boston, MA 02118, http://www.rosiesplace.org/give; or to Community Outreach Services: P.O. Box 1175 Kennebunk, ME 04043, http://coskennebunks.org/support/.

To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, please visit Charlie’s Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral.com.

Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043.
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    Sunday, November 24th, 2019 | 1:30pm
    When
    Sunday, November 24th, 2019 1:30pm
    Location
    Harbor of Hope Christian Church
    Address
    68 Princeton Street, Chelmsford
    CHELMSFORD, MA 01863
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    Notes
    A service will also be held 10:30 am Monday, November 25, 2019 at Seven Mile Road Church at 71 Portland Road, Kennebunk, ME. Attendees should wear colorful clothing to reflect Charlie’s joy of life.

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Sandra Rich

Posted at 08:12am
Phyllis & family, I am so saddened to learn of my cousin Charlie's recent death. I have such fun memories of my family's visits to Sudbury & playing with the cousins when we were small. I am thinking of you all, including Joe & Kenny, with love. -- Sandy (Cutler) Rich
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A'ndrea Scoins

Posted at 09:49pm
This tree is planted in honor of Charlie Cutler. Pop, you will always be remembered as a selfless man that lived life with passion, generosity, love, and adventure.
Loved by so many. Pop you made the world a better place. Let this tree grow strong and bring joy to whoever comes across it.
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Westy Egmont

Posted at 01:48pm
You just had to like Charlie. He was incredibly real, down to earth and a good man. Over my nine years of shared life in Andover I found Charlie the man who would and could for countless tasks. He loved his church. He led and served and brought a terrific sense of sincere interest and commitment. A family man, Charlie was part of a duo and team that was a picture of family.

To you “kids”, you were blessed. It was not just vacations but his family focus and community involvement that made you you, and he lives his beliefs and stayed ckntstant around his priorities, even while having a serious career and being successful.
May he Rest In Peace and May your hearts be full of the wonderful memories created together.
Westy
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William Holder

Posted at 11:33am
Saddened to just learn of Charlie's passing. My sincere condolences to Phyliss and family. So enjoyed our talks when meeting at Quest Fitness especially sharing our experiences as associates at New England Financial. Bill Holder
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lesley whitley

Posted at 11:33pm
All our family was saddened by the loss of your husband, dad,and grandfather,Charlie Cutler. He was a special person and someone who was respected and admired. How lucky we all were to be a part of his lifetime travels. Lesley Whitley and family.
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