A very loving husband, father and playful grandfather, Paul Weiler Cutler, 69, died July 26, 1998.
Born September 5, 1928, to Frank Doral and Dorothy Weiler Cutler in Salt Lake City. Married Joan Woodbury on December 23, 1955 in the Salt Lake Temple. He lived a short time in Delta, Utah. He was a graduate from the University of Utah. Served in the air traffic control for the E.A.A., was an Air Force Commission Officer for two and one half years. He served as the first Bishop of the Riverton 7th Ward and was loved as the Father of the Ward. He had a special love for the children. He served a mission in the Northern States from 1950-1952 and also a mission with his wife in the Texas, San Antonio from 1988-1989.Survived by wife, Joan of Riverton; two sons, Keith Woodbury and Julia Cutler, of Ft. Mead, Maryland; and Bradley McKay and Susan Cutler, of Kearns; one daughter Charyn and Eugene DuGuette, of Phoenix, Arizona; seven grandchildren, Christopher, Heather, James, William, Ethan, Trevor and Shelby; two sisters, Noreen and John Omer; and Joan Anderson; both of Holladay.
Funeral Service will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in the Riverton 7th Ward, 12500 So. 2700 W. Friends may call Thursday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Broomhead Funeral Home, 12600 So. 2200 W. Riverton and Friday one hour prior at the Church. Interment Wasatch Lawn Cemetery.
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