Cutler, Bernita Fay Mason


Our Hevenly Father has called home his faithful servant, Bernita (Bea)Fay Cutler.  Bea was born in Pontiac, Michigan on July 9th, 1938.  She was called home, Tuesday, September 2, 2014.

Bea is survived by her loving husband of 60 years, Ronald Cutler, Sr.; their 4 children, daughter, Donna Moore, daugher Denise Haskell and her husband Gary, son, Ronald Cutler Jr. and daughter, Diane Blankenship.  She also has 8 grandchildern and 10 great grandchildren.

Her strong will to live, her unwavering faith in God, and the love and prayers of family, friends and many supporters carried her through her battle with ALS.

A light has gone out, without as much as a flicker, and what we have left is the precious memory of how brightly it burned, the warmth it gave us and now there is a new bright Star shing in the Heaven.

Please send the family condolences on this website.



10 replies on “Cutler, Bernita Fay Mason”

Kim Beatty says:

Aunt Bea, I will always appreciate you & Uncle Ron taking me in after high school. Not only did I love having that quality time with both of you, I was also given the opportunity to build some great memories with Grandma Mason. I love you and you will be greatly missed.

Anne and Cal Lewis says:

To Ron and Family.Our deepest sympathy to you all. R.I.P Bea.What date will the funeral be.

Don & Marsha Perry says:

Bea touched so many lives & enriched each one with her special God given gifts of love, joy, and
kindness. Ron, Jr., Donna, Denise & Diane we can only imagine the loss each of you feel but also the relief you feel for the end of her suffering. Now she is with her Father, Savior, & Holy Spirit.

God be with you all & we are comforted in knowing that some day we will all join her in singing: GLORY TO GOD IN THE HIGHEST!

Peace is with her & we pray it will be with each of you!


Don & Marsha

Tracy Cruz says:

My thoughts and prayers go out to all family and friends.
May each of you find that one memory or picture that helps you remember her for all the laughs and loving times you shared.
God Bless all of you through your very tough emotional times!!

Miriam, Allan, Eric & Lisa Clayton says:

Sweet Auntie Bea and Uncle Ron! Auntie Bea was already an angel to so many! Her status is forever confirmed in reality. Stillwater Trail neighbors and Holy Covenant ECDP friends like me will always remember her kindness, encouragement, wisdom, prayers and love – for our kids AND us parents. We felt part of the family. OH how she LOVED her family!

“Well done good and faithful servant!” Matthew 25:21

Requesting my mansion in Heaven be in the neighborhood with Auntie Bea once again!

Love you all! Hugs and grace to Ron, RJ, Donna, Diane, and Denise and the entire family!

Kevin & Druann Brown says:

Bea was such a beautiful person. She always had a kind word and lived life to the fullest. We loved her so much and know that she has a place in heaven that we can only hope for. We will all miss her dearly and shall meet her again.
Our condolences to Ron and her kids and grand kids and great grand kids. We love you all and know our prayes are with each and everyone of you.

Donna,Tom, Brandon and Dillon says:

Bea was truly a special lady. She loved life and showed her love to all around her. We were truly blessed when Ron and Bea entered our lives. Bea was not only a good friend, but became like a mother and grandmother to our family. We shared many laughs and special times. We cherish those moments and will always hold those memories in our hearts.

Ron, Donna, RJ, Denise and Diane- Our hearts go out to each of you and we love you all. While this was a heartbreaking journey, may you find comfort in knowing she is at peace. She is no doubt in heaven spreading her wings.

Christine Barker says:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends. We looked at this picture and realized how much Diane looks just like her momma! Cherish each memory and know that the time each one of you had with this beautiful woman is a blessing from Him!

She is having a party in Heaven – I have no doubt about that!

Much love – Christine & Scott

Mark, Cindi & Sarah Robertson says:

Auntie Bea and Uncle Ron have been considered grandparents, friends and angels in our lives for years. Now Aunt Bea has her wings. Our prayers are with all of us that are left here on earth without her beautiful smile.

Our love to you all!

Chrissy Stephan says:

Thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. May loving memories bring you peace and comfort.


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