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Cutter Hartley Stimpson

August 21, 1997 — December 23, 2023


Cutter Hartley Stimpson, born August 21,1997, walked into the loving arms of his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on December 23, 2023.  Cutter’s immense love for his family and friends will be felt forever.  He was a caring, kind, and a remarkable son to Gordon Sandys Stimpson, Jr. and Pamela Hartley Stimpson and younger brother to Gordon Sandys Stimpson III and wife Camille.  He also leaves behind adoring grandparents, Raymond Hartley Jr., and Gary LeFevre Curran as well as uncles, aunts, cousins, and tremendous friends.  Cutter was preceded in death by his grandparents, Shirley Hartley, Gordon (DUT) Stimpson, Sr and Marion Cobb Stimpson.

 Cutter had a passion for people, was full of joy, and was authentically kind.  Cutter will be remembered for his infectious smile, gentle nature, and big hugs. He had a unique gift of making sure everyone he was around was having a good time. He loved to do anything outdoors like turkey hunting, hanging out at the beach, and most of all spending that time with friends and family. Also, he loved music and the lyrics that went beyond the surface of the song. It was rare for him not to break out his phone or a speaker to turn it up! He was considerate, sincere, loving, unselfish, and gave completely of himself to others.  Cutter had big emotions, and you could not be around him without getting a hug and feeling his genuine care for you.  His gentle spirit, huge heart, and kind nature is why so many called Cutter a friend. 

 Growing up in Mobile, AL, Cutter loved all opportunities the area gave him.  He graduated from UMS-Wright in the Class of 2016 where he played football and was actively involved in many organizations and ministries.  Cutter loved Young Life and was often found helping leaders and reaching out to care for his friends.  Cutter spent many summers with his family in North Carolina at CBMC ministry camp. He loved to travel and had the opportunity to spend a summer on a mission trip in Africa with Here’s Life Africa (MedReach) to share the gospel for the time of his life. 

Cutter went to the University of Alabama.  He also went to JH Outback in Mobile and JH Ranch in California, and graduated from the Legacy School of Discipleship at Lake Martin. 

 Cutter will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.  He was the kind of young man that anyone would be proud to call son, grandson, brother, and friend.  A Celebration of Cutter’s Life will be held at 5 Rivers Delta (30945 Five Rivers Blvd, Spanish Fort, AL, 36527) on April 21 at 2pm.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Yellow Cardinal Foundation (P.O. Box 990, Mobile, AL 36601) or any of the ministries above.   Cutter courageously battled anxiety and depression for several years, and it is important to him and his loved ones that the societal stigma of the disease is washed away, the illness’ prevalence in our communities is recognized, and we learn to identify and care for those who may be suffering. 

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