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Elmhurst Cemetery

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Submitted by: Nyree Coffman

Herman McCutchen
May 22, 1928-Sep 8, 2021

Herman McCutchen, 93, longtime Guymon resident went to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday morning, September 8, 2021 at the Heritage Community Manor.
The son of Clovis Pervis and Mabel Kathryn (Young) McCutchen, William Herman McCutchen was born May 22, 1928 in Gould, Oklahoma. He attended school in Duke, Oklahoma and Wellington, Texas. Herman learned the shoe cobbler trade from his father at a young age and worked to help take care of the family.
Herman was united in marriage to Betty Joy Stanley on December 24, 1948 in Dodson, Texas. They made their home in Shamrock, Texas where Herman opened his first boot and shoe repair shop. They then moved to Hereford, Texas in 1953, to Springfield, Colorado in 1954 and to Guymon in 1956 where Herman opened City Shoe Shop on Main Street in Guymon. In the 1970’s Herman and Frank Bugner opened the Boot Barn. He retired in the 1980’s for a brief two day period and decided that wasn’t for him. He opened a boot and shoe repair business out of his home and continued doing what he loved until the ripe age of 88. Herman also loved motorcycles and antique cars, as well as classical music and the symphony. Herman was an active member of the Guymon First Baptist Church, serving as a deacon for many years.
Herman and Betty enjoyed spending their retirement traveling and visiting grandchildren. Betty passed away in May 2017. Herman and Wanda Fischer were married on June 2, 2018 and enjoyed each other’s companionship.
In addition to his wife Betty, he was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Roland “Rolie” McCutchen in 1972; sons-in-law, Tom Millican, Tony Byers; and two brothers, Jimmy and Billy Joe McCutchen.
Survivors include his wife, Wanda Fischer of Guymon; three daughters: Jenna and husband, Bob Conner of Blanchard, Oklahoma, Joann and husband, Randy Andrews of Stillwater, Oklahoma and Deann McCutchen of Guymon; five grandchildren: Joy Millican of Yukon, Jean Florea of Oklahoma City, Amy Mason of Oklahoma City, Ryan Andrews of Edmond, Matt Andrews of Stillwater; seventeen great grandchildren; ten great-great grandchildren and one brother, Bobby McCutchen of Weatherford, Texas.
A celebration of life will be conducted Saturday, September 11th at 1:00 p.m. at the Guymon First Baptist Church. Interment will follow at the Elmhurst Cemetery.
There will be a time of visitation with the McCutchen family on Friday evening, September 10th, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Bunch – Roberts Funeral Home. Memorials in Herman’s name can be made to the Heritage Community or First Baptist Church. Memorials will be accepted at the Bunch – Roberts Funeral Home, PO Box 1112, Guymon, OK 73942. Friends can sign the online guestbook and leave condolences at www.bunchroberts.com.

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