Wayne Alan Cutting
August 29, 1949 - April 17, 2023
In Loving Memory
Wayne Alan Cutting
Wayne, 73, passed away on April 17, 2023, in Kamloops, BC. He was born on August 29, 1949, in New Westminster, BC to Chester and Kathleen Cutting.
He is survived by his partner Noreen Dorais and his three daughters, Michelle Yakemchuk (Kevin), Angela Lyall (Jason), and Amy Cutting (Allan)., Grandchildren, Brenden, Brielle, Kalina, Jade, Maya and Aiden and stepsons, Riley and Brian Dorais, half sibling Barbara Martin and his sister in law Linda Lindenbach.
Wayne was predeceased by his wife Marjorie, and his parents Chester and Kathleen.
Wayne was a longtime resident of Surrey, BC. His first home was the old Brownstone school in North Surrey, that his father renovated. They lived there until Chester passed and Kathleen sold the home.
Wayne, Marjorie, Michelle, Angela and Amy spent many happy weekends in Point Roberts,
on the family boat, crabbing and fishing. Huge feasts of crab were enjoyed by all.
Wayne was known in Surrey for his successful business “Ultrasheen Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning”. Marjorie and Wayne built the business from the ground up starting in the early 80’s.
Marjorie looked after the administration and Wayne did the business of carpet cleaning.
He was known for his dedication to going beyond for his customers and took great pride in his work. He made all his customers feel like his best friend, along with Marjorie’s tremendous talent for making Wayne “invaluable”. He is also known for his unfailing integrity and eternal optimism.
Wayne was a wonderful Husband, Father and Grandfather. He always readily hosted all the family holiday get-togethers and looked after the planning and cooking of the many delicious meals.
Wayne and Noreen started sharing their lives together in 2013. They moved to Kamloops in 2016 and made a lovely garden and home and enjoyed yearly winter trips to Wayne’s beloved Jibacoa, Cuba.
His interests included cooking, baking and food preservation. He particularly enjoyed ‘tweaking’ recipes that he found on Utube, in hopes of creating a cookbook one day. His love of gardening showed through yearly in his unbelievable crop of vegetables. His specialty was his enormous and multiple tomatoes. He is also known for his love of fig trees and managed to propagate a lot of trees in the last few years.
The family wishes to thank the angels at the Marjorie Willoughby Snowden Memorial Hospice, for their loving care.
A private service is being planned for a later date. Please contact [email protected] if you would like to receive information.
We will remember you and honour you always. The light you left behind will never burn out.
Arrangements entrusted to
Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-554-2324
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