Cordie's Story

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Cordie Mae Frunk Cutter passed away peacefully in her sleep in the early morning of Aug. 17, 2015, after fighting a long and challenging battle with cancer. Cordie graduated from Central High School in Oklahoma City and started her career as a cosmetologist. She set her profession aside after having her children to devote her time to raising them as well as volunteering in PTA, Camp Fire and Boy Scouts. Throughout their school years, she was well known in their Moore schools with the students in addition to the administration. Later she re-entered the work force as an assistant manager at Braums, and most notably, as customer service in Buchanan’s Food Mart for more than 20 years. During her final years of working, she held positions in photo labs at Flashback Photo Lab and The Neighborhood Walmart, where she rediscovered her passion for photography. Love and appreciation were virtues Cordie applied to all she encountered. She never met a stranger and her smiling face was recognized many times during her travels with Lester. She is reunited with her loved ones who preceded her in death; her grandson, Michael Stoltz; parents, Ira and Ophelia Frunk; brothers H.A. and Ralph Frunk; and sisters Betty Nichols and Beverly Robison. She is survived by her loving husband of 53 years, Lester Cutter; children Ruchella Stoltz and husband Timothy and Thomas Cutter and wife Leslie; her grandchildren, Kyle Stoltz and Abigail Cutter, whom she treasures and loves eternally; her sister, Anita Wehrlen and husband Harley; along with many cousins, nephews and nieces. Cordie’s life and caring spirit were remembered at services on Aug. 21 at St. James the Greater Church in Oklahoma City. Graveside services followed at Pleasant Valley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to OU Stephens Cancer Center or Oklahoma Hospice Care, oklahomahc.com. Friends may leave condolences for the family at vondelsmithmortuary.com. The American, Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015
Published on  August 24, 2015
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