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Max Henry Cutlip

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Background Information

Employment History

Member

National Extension Association of Family


Deacon

Clarksburg Baptist Church


Home Supervisor for the Administration

Farmers Home


Member of Sunday School Class

Dr. Thomas


Affiliations

Dr. Thomas’s Sunday School Class

Member


Clarksburg Baptist Church

Member


Education

Master of Science degree

West Virginia University


Master of Science degree

Iowa State University


Web References(2 Total References)


www.davisweaverfuneralhome.com

Surviving are two sons, John “Pete†Schnably and daughter-in-law, Bonnie Schnably, Bridgeport, WV and H. David Cutlip and daughter-in-law, Lynn Cutlip, Salem, WV, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren, Rena Cutlip Mason and husband Larry, Falls Church, VA and James George Cutlip, and wife Charlotte, son, Max Henry Cutlip, Perth, Australia, Jamie Schnably, Petrolia, CA and Casey Schnably Stroud, husband Matt, son, Donald Craig Stroud, Vandalia, IL, Amber Schnably Bailey and her husband Tommy, daughter, Bella Dawn , Floyd, VA and Caroline Menighan, Anapolis, MD, many nieces , nephews, other family and friends.
Mrs. Cutlip was a member of the Clarksburg Baptist Church where she served as Deacon and was a member of Dr. Thomas’s Sunday School Class. She graduated from West Virginia University in 1941 where she received a Master of Science degree in 1965 and completed a year of graduate school at Iowa State University. Mrs. Cutlip previously worked as the Home Supervisor for the Farmers Home Administration from 1941-1947 in Grant, Hardy, Pendleton, Randolph and Harrison Counties. Mrs. Cutlip worked for the Cooperative Extension Service of West Virginia University from 1954-1980 in Lewis, Monongalia and Harrison Counties until she retired in 1980. She was a member of the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science, West Virginia 4H All Stars, West Virginia University Alumni Emeritus Club, Epsilon Sigma Phi, Retired Federal Employees Association, West Virginia Retired Teachers Association, Daughters of American Revolution-James Barbour Chapter, Queen Esther Chapter, #11 O.E.S., the American Gold Star Mothers and the West Virginia University College of Agriculture and Forestry. She was awarded honors in the Gamma Signa Delta- Honor Society of Agriculture, the National Distinguished Award for Extension Home Economist and the National Pfizer Scholarship Award for Extension Home Economist. Her family was well known in the field of education. Love of family and friends, along with the enjoyment of working with people and families during her employment was a most important factor in life’s journey. Mrs. Cutlip too, was concerned about the education of children, through her employment she created an awareness program concerning school dropouts in West Virginia.


www.davisweaverfuneralhome.com [cached]

Surviving are two sons, John "Pete" Schnably and daughter-in-law, Bonnie Schnably, Bridgeport, WV and H. David Cutlip and daughter-in-law, Lynn Cutlip, Salem, WV, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren, Rena Cutlip Mason and husband Larry, Falls Church, VA and James George Cutlip, and wife Charlotte, son, Max Henry Cutlip, Perth, Australia, Jamie Schnably, Petrolia, CA and Casey Schnably Stroud, husband Matt, son, Donald Craig Stroud, Vandalia, IL, Amber Schnably Bailey and her husband Tommy, daughter, Bella Dawn , Floyd, VA and Caroline Menighan, Anapolis, MD, many nieces , nephews, other family and friends.
Mrs. Cutlip was a member of the Clarksburg Baptist Church where she served as Deacon and was a member of Dr. Thomas's Sunday School Class. She graduated from West Virginia University in 1941 where she received a Master of Science degree in 1965 and completed a year of graduate school at Iowa State University. Mrs. Cutlip previously worked as the Home Supervisor for the Farmers Home Administration from 1941-1947 in Grant, Hardy, Pendleton, Randolph and Harrison Counties. Mrs. Cutlip worked for the Cooperative Extension Service of West Virginia University from 1954-1980 in Lewis, Monongalia and Harrison Counties until she retired in 1980. She was a member of the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Science, West Virginia 4H All Stars, West Virginia University Alumni Emeritus Club, Epsilon Sigma Phi, Retired Federal Employees Association, West Virginia Retired Teachers Association, Daughters of American Revolution-James Barbour Chapter, Queen Esther Chapter, #11 O.E.S., the American Gold Star Mothers and the West Virginia University College of Agriculture and Forestry. She was awarded honors in the Gamma Signa Delta- Honor Society of Agriculture, the National Distinguished Award for Extension Home Economist and the National Pfizer Scholarship Award for Extension Home Economist. Her family was well known in the field of education. Love of family and friends, along with the enjoyment of working with people and families during her employment was a most important factor in life's journey. Mrs. Cutlip too, was concerned about the education of children, through her employment she created an awareness program concerning school dropouts in West Virginia.


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