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Fredna McCucheon

Fredna McCutcheon

Friday, October 15th, 1926 Saturday, May 9th, 2020

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Fredna McCutcheon passed away peacefully in her home at the age of 93 on May 9, 2020 in Irving Texas. She was born to father, Fred Pilant and Mother Elma (Knight) Pilant on October 15, 1926 in Dallas Texas. Fredna was a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. In her younger years, she loved bowling and so enjoyed playing on a league. She was a great Canasta card player and belonged to several card clubs where she made lifelong friends. Trips to WinStar Casino and Las Vegas were also high on her list of fun things to enjoy!

Fredna is preceded in death by her loving and devoted husband whom she spent 74 years by his side, Carl McCutcheon; father, Fred Pilant; and mother, Elma (Knight) Pilant. She is survived by daughter, Pam Cason and husband Scott; daughter, Debbie Schweitzer and husband Paul; grandchildren: Christopher Cason, Cory Cason, Stephanie Ratcliff and husband Kevin, Justin Schweitzer, Emily Hubbard and husband John, and Brett Schweitzer; great grandchildren: Makayla Schweitzer, Alyssa Schweitzer, Brayden Ratcliff, Bryce Ratcliff, and Maggie Hubbard; Sisters: Polly Cowsert, and Peggy Bedair and husband E.L; numerous other loving family and friends. The family would also like to acknowledge her caregiver, Marvine Walker who brought great joy and comfort to her during the last year and a half.




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Anita Roseman

It was a sad day to learn of the passing of the matriarch of the McCutcheon family. The world lost a devoted mom, grandmother and great grandmother.
As a young adult growing up, I will forever remember being included in many of the family gatherings. Pam and Debbie’s mom and dad always treated me with much kindness. I always left a family occasion wishing I had a family like that. I know your mom and dad enjoyed those slot machines, but they hit the “Jackpot” as families go.
“Mimmy” was the constant protector, and it was comforting to know she cared.
I know she has left a huge hole in many hearts. Take comfort in all the sweet memories shared of Fredna and Carl. The cascade of love they left for their family runs deep in their two daughters. They left a legacy of a family much loved by them both.
Extending my most heartfelt sympathy to the family,
Anita Edwards-Roseman
Comment | Posted at 09:41pm via Condolence
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cburkett5@juno.com

I was blessed to grow up in a neighborhood with Fredna. It was a wonderful time of life (50's). She and her husband were a great couple and wonderful neighbors to my family. I was blessed to re-connect with Fredna during Ruby Milburn's last years. She was another wonderful neighbor and friend. May the family savor even more wonderful memories than I am blessed to have. Beautiful lady, inside and out. Peace to your hearts.
Comment | Posted at 08:26am via Condolence
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