Dorothy J. (Conrad ) Cutler

Died: Fri., Apr. 20, 2018

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Douglas- Dorothy J. (Conrad) Cutler, 88, passed away on Friday April 20, 2018 at Umass University Campus in Worcester, after a period of declining health.
    She is survived by her 4 children, Dawn Wyatt of Putnam, CT, Kurt Cutler of Warren, MA, Craig Cutler of Douglas, and Bruce Cutler and his wife Donna of Spencer; 6 grandchildren, Michael, Steven, Daniel, and Julie Cutler, Jessica Kennen, and Keith Radzik; also 12 great- grandchildren.

    Born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Dorothy was the daughter of William Abbott and Florence Kathleen (Lunn) Conrad and was raised and lived most of her life in Douglas. She worked as an Administrative Assistant to the president for the David Clark Corp., Dana Corp., Hope Air Systems, and AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical until her retirement. Her real passion was her work as a professional organist. She absolutely loved music and played for the Presbyterian Church in Whitinsville for many years as well as the Sutton Congregational church, and Norwich Park Congregational Church. A woman of both talent and knowledge, Mrs. Cutler had degrees in not only music but also in English, German, and business. She was a graduate of Henderson State University in Arkansas. She was also a woman of great faith and her family is happy that she has now found peace with God.

    As to her wishes, Dorothy will be cremated and the interment of her ashes will be announced and held at a later date in Evergreen Cemetery in Douglas where she will join her parents.  To leave a condolence message for her family please visit:

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Nancy Mouradian
   Posted Sun April 22, 2018
My deepest thoughts to The Cutler Family. Dorothy was a very special person. May she Rest In Peace.

   Posted Mon April 23, 2018
My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends for the loss of your dear loved one. Although the death of a loved one brings pain and sorrow. It's comforting to know that the true God Jehovah Psalm 83 :18 provide us with comfort and the assurance of seeing our dear loved ones again.  Jesus words at Acts 24 :15 and Revelation 21 : 3,4  gives us Jesus  promises " There is going to be a resurrection". I hope you find his words comforting in your times of difficulty .

Sue Mattson
   Posted Mon April 23, 2018
I worked with Dorothy at The Hope Group and she and I became good friends. We had great conversations about everything and any thing, whether it be casual, personal or comical. She was a very honest person and one knew where they stood with her. Dorothy and I lost touch after she left The Hope Group but has not left my heart. She will be missed by all who knew her. My condolences and sympathies are extended to the entire Cutler family.

charlie and rose dautrich
   Posted Wed April 25, 2018
to the Cutler family ,
sorry for the loss of your mother . my deepest condolences. my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time loss .

   Posted Sat April 28, 2018
As a Therapeutic Recreational Assistant, I had the distinct pleasure to meet and sing with your mom when she was at Matulaitis Nursing Home. Upon her arrival there, I sat by her side and learned of her appreciation and talent in music, her deep faith in God and the love she had for her family. I asked her if she would like to sing "You Are My Sunshine" and she agreed. She was absolutely brilliant in singing the melody while I harmonized! It was such a special moment. I was saddened to learn of her death but decided it was important for me to share this memory with you because my heart was touched by her life. May the Lord hold you close.

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