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Glen C. Cutlip

December 27, 1934 ~ December 22, 2021 (age 86)

Obituary


Glen C. Cutlip, age 86, of Killbuck, Ohio, left his earthly body, Wednesday, December 22, 2021, completely surrounded and embraced by the love of God. 
A celebration of his life will be held with family and friends at a later date. Those wishing to share a memory or make online condolences may do so by visiting www.alexanderfhinc.com. 
Family suggests memorial contributions be made to, The Christian Appalachian Project (http://www.christianapp.org). 
Glen was born December 27, 1934 in Diana, West Virginia and was the son of the late Amos M. and Elizabeth C. (Tanner) Cutlip. 
Glen was a life long student of all major world religions, psychology, metaphysics, and a variety of philosophies, eastern as well as western.  He received a doctorate of philosophy in Metaphysics and the equivalent of a doctorate, in other areas, by the sheer volume of his reading and research. Based on his relentless pursuit to understand God as well as himself, and based upon years of reading and research, he developed his own personal philosophy that he referred to as the Transonic Consciousness.  He described this as, "the consciousness of the I am, of all, within everyone". He was a writer and authored over 14 books, all of which can be found on the websites of popular online booksellers. He was very resourceful and managed to live a very simple and frugal life which allowed him the freedom to focus on his intellectual and spiritual pursuits. He modeled gentleness as well as integrity in all things. He played a huge role in the early learning of one of his nieces. This investment of love and time, no doubt contributed to her ability to obtain a masters degree in counseling and allowed her to have the opportunity to positively impact countless others, who in turn could be more effective and go on to more positively impact others, As a result, Glen, while living a very simple life, contributed to a ripple effect that’s full reach can never be fully imagined. 
Glen also served as an army paratrooper in his early adult life. 
He is survived by two siblings, with whom he spent considerable time throughout his life. They are Geraldine Cutlip and Lonnie Cutlip both of Wooster and both formerly of Holmesville. Glen is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. 
Glen was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Blanche Channell and Leone Sampsel: as well as eight brothers, Austin, Hurley, Cecil, Willie, Archie, Jimmy, George and John Cutlip.
 

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