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For my brother Varick F. Cutler, who passed away this week. May peace be with you.
Posted by Pierre Cutler on November 19, 2007 6:20 AM | Permalink
Love you Varick, I will miss you. Even though we haven't seen much of each other over the years at least we knew where each of us were if we needed each other. Say hi to Mom for me and Grandma & Poppi. Love your cousin Marian
November 19, 2007 4:15 PM
Varick Cutler was an extraordinary, selfless man who cannot be summed up in a few sentences, so I am not going to attempt it. He was an amazing individual who always put the needs of his fellow man before his own. He was a devoted father who spoke often of how proud he was of his children. My deepest sympothy goes out to his parents, siblings, children, and anyone who knew him. Varick will be greatly missed because he was deeply loved. With all my love and warmest memories. I will miss you, Varick.
Moriah Campton |
November 20, 2007 9:30 PM
I'm so sorry for your loss!! My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family!!
Sue Cutler |
November 21, 2007 7:38 AM
Pierre, I am so sad to hear of your brother's death. We were very good friends for about a year or so. I will miss him very much. God bless you and yours. Suzanne Shelvock
Suzanne Shelvock |
November 21, 2007 11:18 PM
My condolences to your lost. I met your brother once this past spring while watching his daughter compete at various track meets. He seemed a very humble man and very proud of his daughter. For the brief time that I knew him, I thought he was a very nice person.
Again, my condolences to you and your family.
Troy Kemp |
November 22, 2007 10:38 PM
Varick was my coach at SDSMT the one year I played. Man, he could tell great stories. At the time, we all called him 'Cutty.' A couple years after I was done, he tired of the nickname, and the guy's came up with 'Juice.'
He had the smoothest hook shot I have ever seen in my life. He also liked to show off (when we asked him to) by draining half-court shots while seated in a chair on the sideline.
He had a positive impact on all the guys who played for him. He is missed.
Aaron Costello |
November 27, 2007 3:03 PM
To Aaron, Troy, Suzanne, Sue, Moriah, Marian, Joe, and Paul...thanks for your comments and calls.
Varick will be missed. The family is in awe at the loving response to all who have sent us messages and support. The funeral on Saturday was a true testimonial to Varick. The church was overflowing, standing room only. We were humbled by everyone's presence.
Pierre Cutler |
November 27, 2007 6:43 PM
Pierre and family,
Varick was a customer of ours here at Canyon Financial of Boise. We were shocked to hear of his passing.
We always treasured Varick's visits to our office. He loved to come in and talk politics, sports and life in general. He wasn't the type of customer to just come in, make a payment and leave, but usually stayed for thirty minutes or so. He really got a kick out of ribbing our manager, who is a former Boise State Cheerleader, about the BSU vs. Boston College football game (BSU lost). He loved to wear his BC vs. BSU t-shirt when he came into the office. When BSU played Washington this season, he came in showing off his UW t-shirt.
I had many personal conversations about South Dakota as I graduated from Black Hills State University in Spearfish. He truly loved that area and often talked about retiring there.
Another thing he was passionate about was his children. He always had a glimmer in his eyes when he talked of his children and their accomplishments. He was very proud of them!
We are truly saddened by the loss of such a wonderful man.
You and the family are in our thoughts and prayers.
David, Robyn Ann and Janine
David Deming |
November 28, 2007 9:26 AM
I played high school basketball with Varick at North Tonawanda Senior High. Please let me express my condolences to his entire family. Varick was a wonderful person and an incredible basketball player. I have wonderful memories of being his teammate and watching that "over the head" smooth jumper. He was a prolific scoring machine in the State of New York from 1968 to 1971. May God bless Varick and his family.
Carrol (Carl) Dzina |
April 30, 2008 8:12 AM
I met Varick Cutler when I was very young man..actually a pre-teen. I lived across the street from LaSalle University in Philly and was a big fan and friend to their basketball teams. That team was coached by Paul Westhead and starred Joe Bryant(Kobe's dad). I remember Varick as a lumber jack big guy with the coolest ponytail..ala Bill Walton. I remember Varick playing me one on one and giving me pointers on the game of basketball. Mostly I remember him as a warm, kind gentleman who knocked people around under the basket. I came across the info of his death when I saw a map of New York State and passed North Tanawanda, I remembered that Varick was from there and I googled him. Funny how I remembered where he was from after like 40 years...Rest in Peace Varick
Gene Golbourne |
January 13, 2009 4:09 PM
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