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In Memory of

Nancy Cuttitte Barbier

May 30, 1930 - May 5, 2017

Obituary


Nancy Cuttitte Barbier, a long-time resident of the Houston area, died May 5, 2017, at St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way, Washington. Born May 30, 1930, in Dallas, Texas, Nancy was a successful homemaker and businesswoman. As a Sales Promotion Manager for Stauffer Chemical Company for many years, she was the first woman to enter and succeed in the male dominated Agri-Chem business in Texas. Her interest in learning new things led her to completing college courses in Psychology and earning a pilot's license.. She retired in 1984 and lived an active social life in...

Nancy Cuttitte Barbier, a long-time resident of the Houston area, died May 5, 2017, at St. Francis Hospital in Federal Way, Washington. Born May 30, 1930, in Dallas, Texas, Nancy was a successful homemaker and businesswoman. As a Sales Promotion Manager for Stauffer Chemical Company for many years, she was the first woman to enter and succeed in the male dominated Agri-Chem business in Texas. Her interest in learning new things led her to completing college courses in Psychology and earning a pilot's license.. She retired in 1984 and lived an active social life in Huntsville, AL, Missouri City, TX, and Seattle, WA. She was married to Joe Cuttitte for 28 years until his passing in 1976, and then to Frank Barbier for 34 years until his passing in 2012. She spent the last 5 years of her life in the Seattle area surrounded by her family and numerous friends, living an energetic and independent life at Evergreen Place and Meridian at Stone Creek retirement homes.

Nancy loved socializing and organizing social events of all kinds. She was a lifelong bridge player and greatly enjoyed parties, movies, and plays. She was an avid reader and loved reading nonfiction books, especially biographies. She is survived by her niece, Sharron Tomlin from Houston; her son John Cuttitte and his wife, Jacquie Cuttitte; four grandsons, Jory Cuttitte and wife Amanda Cuttitte, Jack Cuttitte, Curtis Cuttitte and Clayton Cuttitte, all from Seattle. She had two great grandchildren, Josselyn Cuttitte and Jaxson Cuttitte, all who brought great joy to her later years.

She was much loved by all and will be greatly missed by all. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to your favorite charity in her memory. Forest Park Lawndale, Houston, has been entrusted with arrangements. There will be a visitation on Tuesday, May 16, from 11:00am to 2:00pm, at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, 6900 Lawndale St, Houston TX 77023. Burial to follow at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery at 3:00pm.