Michael J. McCutcheon, 56

Michael J. McCutcheon, 56, of Kyle Rd., New Castle (North Beaver Twp.) passed away at his home on Friday, March 30, 2018 surrounded by his loving family following a courageous battle with lymphoma.

Born January 28, 1962 in New Brighton, he was the son of the John and Bonnie Jones McCutcheon of New Brighton. Mike was married for 30 years to Wendy Lipp McCutcheon who survives.

Mike graduated from New Brighton High School and Westminster College where he played football. He was employed as the Manager at Kay Jeweler’s in Hermitage. He was an avid Pittsburgh and Notre Dame sports enthusiast. He loved attending his nieces and nephews sporting events, jam music and his dogs. Mike had deep connections with many friends who will truly miss him.

In addition to his parents and wife, survivors include a sister, Kim (Randy) Alexander of Beaver Falls; brother, Tim (Kathy) McCutcheon of North Beaver Twp.; his in laws, Ed and Marty Lipp of New Castle; a brother in law, Evan (Heather) Lipp of Shrewsbury, MA; his niece and nephews, Ryan and Matthew Alexander, Nathan and Karly McCutcheon, Jacob (Susie) Lipp, and Coupar Lipp; and his great nephew Shane Alexander.

Visiting hours will be held on Monday April 2 from 2-4 and 6-8 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum. Funeral Services will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday at 11:00 am with Mike’s friend, Thom Brozich officiating. Interment will follow in the Mt. Jackson Presbyterian Cemetery.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Jimmy V Foundation for Cancer Research, 14600 Weston Parkway, Cary, NC 27513.

Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.

7 thoughts on “Michael J. McCutcheon, 56

  1. We are so sad to hear of the loss of Michael. I have not seen Michael in a number of years. I do have many fond memories of our time growing up in New Brighton. Please know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
    Mark and Angela Davis Family.
    Richmond, Va.

  2. II have written so many chapters of my life with Mike, it started back in 1984 and was going strong since and my best friend is now resting in peace with the Lord. My heartfelt condolences go out to Wendy and all of the family. I will miss him so much. I will pray for comfort and peace in the coming months for all of us.

  3. I met Mike in the late 80s, and one of my first thoughts was “Wow! This is not a shy man!” He definitely had a presence. When he walked into a room, you knew it. When he talked, you listened. But he wasn’t intimidating. He was always kind with an easy smile. Getting Mike to laugh and smile was easy. It came naturally.
    There are many fond memories of Mike, Wendy, other friends and me going to Steelers games, concerts, and just relaxing at their home. He was a generous and kind man, and very hospitable. When I visited Mike and Wendy, I always felt welcome and at home.
    Mike’s time was way too short, but he still left a positive impression on this world and he will be missed. Rest in peace, my friend.

  4. My Deepest condolences to the Family, So sorry for your loss.
    My thoughts and prayers will be with you all though this difficult time.
    Many memories of Mike and spending time at the McCutheon house. What a wonderful Family. Kim & Randy , hoping you will find comfort .

    Love, Kim

  5. Bonnie and John,

    Sonny and I are so sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our prayers and thoughts. God Bless your family.

  6. To the McCutcheon family, with deepest sympathy I will keep you all in my prayers. Many memories of football and baseball with Mike ; thank you Mr.and Mrs.McCutcheon for the example of family; Very sorry for your great loss. I will keep you in my prayers. Coach Geno DeMarco

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