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Hwy. 3&13 10-4th Avenue SE P.O. Box 491 Carman MB.  R0G 0J0   Canada



Murray Gordon Cutting, born November 11, 1928 in Carman, Mb. passed peacefully at the age of 90 with family present on October 20, 2019 at Carman Memorial Hospital.

Murray was raised on the family farm near Homewood, Mb.  He married the “love of his life” Margaret Ellen Jones from Elm Creek, Mb. on December 15, 1956.  His life will be forever cherished in the lives of his children; Cynthia (Cyndie) Schram (Jeffrey-late), Kevin and Pat Cutting, Shannon and Blaine Rutter, 9 grandchildren and their spouses and 4 great grandchildren.

Dad lived life to the fullest, as a farmer he was a dedicated steward of the land for 40 years and always looked forward to coffee with his buddies at various coffee locations around Carman and Homewood.  Saturday morning breakfast at one of the local restaurants was a ritual for many years.  Dad loved sports, especially hockey and baseball.  Many a game of snooker was played at the Active Living Center.  Countless hours was spent in his workshop tinkering with reclaimed wood for those special projects.  As a result of Dad's generous spirit and jokester personality, he was loved by many.  But most of all Dad loved his family and extended family, we were his greatest treasure.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the following; Carman Handi Van Corporation, Box 1294, Carman, Mb. R0G 0J0 or Carman Palliative Care, Box 610, Carman, Mb. R0G 0J0 (in memory of noted)

Celebration of Life will take place Monday, October 28th, 2019 at the Active Living Center, 47 Belfour Drive, Carman, Mb. at 2:00 p.m.

Family would like to thank everyone for the support we received including the staff at Boyne Lodge and Carman Memorial Hospital.


#1 Clinton and Marsha Murray 2019-10-23 14:48
Our condolences on your loss Shannon and family. Our thoughts are with you as you gather to celebrate his life. May cherished memories sustain you in the days ahead.
#2 Renee Harms 2019-10-23 15:25
I'll greatly miss Murray. Every time he and Margret came to the dinning for supper he would say hi to me. Jokingly he would run into me with his walker. Some evenings I'd find you in the fire place room in a tense but fun card game Forever in our hearts Murray
#3 Shirley Gable 2019-10-23 17:14
It was truly a pleasure to know you. Your sense of humor and love of family was something to be treasured. Rest in peace Murray. My condolences to all the family.
#4 Roger Dupasquier 2019-10-24 12:45
Our condolences to the family. Your good humour will be missed on our pool days.
#5 Sheri Malm 2019-10-24 14:59
I'm thinking of you all and praying the Lord comforts you during this sensitive time. I'll always remember his humour and his infectious laugh - he loved to laugh. He was truly a remarkable, kind and loving man, who will never be forgotten.
#6 Trish And Rick Aubin 2019-10-24 18:50
Deepest sympathy to Margaret and all your family. Murray always had a special place in my heart. His infectious laugh will always be remembered.
#7 Rod and Linda Bell 2019-10-26 08:41
So sorry to hear the news about Murray.... I have such fond memories of times spent with your family. It was always so much fun at your house & Murray’s crazy sense of humour & infectious laugh were part of the reason. ..... Linda (Bolton) Bell
#8 Peter Sanderson 2019-10-28 19:16
my condolences...w hat a great guy he was. and what a great picture. I see a smirk on that face which is so familiar. Brings back memories and I can almost hear him chuckling. celebrate a life well lived.
#9 Darlene Fardy 2019-10-30 09:28
Shannon, Blaine and family. So sorry to hear about the your sad loss. Mr. Cutting always had a smile and loved to joke around with you. His door was always open to us and always greeted us with a smile. Thinking of you during this very sad and difficult time.

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