Lewis Leon McCutcheon
Lewis Leon McCutcheon, 69, of Carbondale, passed away April 1, 2009, at Heritage Park.
Lewis was born May 22, 1939, in Dumas, Texas, to Leon and Anna Mae (Brown) McCutcheon.
Lewis moved to Aspen in the mid-1960s from the Texas panhandle. Over the years he rode rodeo in California, lived in Meeker, Rangely and Bisbee, Ariz., but returned to the Roaring Fork Valley in the 1970s. Lewis was a cowboy, a prospector, a bartender, a construction worker, and a master storyteller who remembered everyone he ever met, and made friends with most of them. He was a beloved brother and a great friend.
Lewis is survived by sister Eloise (James) Trafton; and nephews Curtis Lee and Maurice Lee.
He was preceded in death by his brother Max.
A memorial gathering is scheduled from 3-6 p.m. Sunday, April 19, at the Eagles Club in Glenwood Springs.
The family suggests memorial contributions be sent to Hospice of the Valley.
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