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Obituary for Irving T. Cutter, III

Irving Cutter of Hot Springs Village died on August 16, 2017.

He is survived by his wife, Hilde Cutter; son Irving Cutter IV (Andrea); daughter Kristine (Stephen Canter); grandchildren Taylor, Sarah, and Thomas Canter, and Austin and Alicia Cutter. He was preceded in death by parents Virginia and Irving Cutter, Jr., and sister Susan.

Born in 1941 in San Antonio, Texas, Irving also lived in Japan before moving to Austin, Texas, where he graduated from Austin High School in 1957. After attending Schreiner College in Kerrville, he got his B.A. from the University of Texas in 1962. He served in the U.S. Army for two years in Germany, where he met Hilde Dauner. After marrying in 1964, they moved to Austin, Texas, where he began a career with IBM that took him from Austin to Poughkeepsie, NY, and then to Corpus Christi, TX. While in Poughkeepsie, he got his M.B.A. from Union College. After retiring from IBM, he worked for the Corpus Christi school district before moving to Hot Springs Village in 2007.

Irving was a lifelong active member of the Episcopal Church, serving in a variety of roles over his years. He was also active in Optimist International, most recently serving as the Treasurer of the Optimist Club in the Village. He enjoyed supporting UT football, reading, travel, and following the many activities of his grandchildren in Indiana and Oklahoma.

A funeral is scheduled at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Hot Springs Village, Friday, August 25 at 10:00am.


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Friday

25

Aug

10:00 AM
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

199 Barcelona Road
Hot Springs Village, AR 71909

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