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John Orcutt's Online Memorial Photo

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    This is the Story of John and the beautiful life he lived.
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    The Richard Cranium Society .. fondly known as the dickheads.  Some of John's indrustry pals.  They took trips all over fishing and such for a long weekend.  This trip, the last he took was to Florida where they caught a BUNCH of stuff to eat.  One of their usual outtings with included the club symbol of brotherhood.  Charley, Greg (he was the best man at our wedding) Mark, Connor, my memory fails me on the other two, but if I come across them, I'll update.
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    John lost his corporate job in 2004, after some thought he opened up a company for tile installation, hardwood flooring and such.  This is a fire place he did at a house in Chattanooga.  He was a master tiler. Some of the showers and tub surrounds were gorgeous.  As things would go for 3 years his business was fairly decent. He had a few contracts with high end builders.  In 2008, when the recession came, all the builders in our area quit building, as such there was no work to be done.  He tried doing private home things for individuals the next year and a half but it was very slow and non productive.   Since he was such a superstar in his corporate job, and so talented in his company's installation, his failure to find that satisfaction would be the start of his demise.  Sad to watch, such a talented man lose himself when things turned sour.
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Memorial Biography

John Webber Orcutt, son of Charlotte and Elmer Orcutt, passed away on August 9, 2010 by his own hand.  He is survived by his daughter Elizabeth Sara Orcutt (Kevin Martin), his step-daughter, Shelly Shaw (Robin Shaw) and 2 step-grandchildren.

Also brothers, James Orcutt (Brenda Orcutt), Jeff Orcutt (Patti Orcutt), a sister Jayne Van Sickle (Jim Van Sickle), as well as the following nieces and nephews.  Graham Kornmeyer, Eric Kornmeyer, Adam Kornmeyer, Jessica Orcutt, Michael Orcutt, Mary Orcutt, and Cressman Orcutt.

He was married to his first wife for 19 years (Charlotte), before marrying Karen Orcutt for 11 years.

John's favorite saying was "Live on the Edge" which he did nearly his entire life. A man filled with passion and drive, he worked as hard at his job as he did at his enjoyment of motorcycling, fishing, hunting, boating, using his hands to make things and refurbish items of interest. His motorcycle rebuilds started with rusty parts in a box that turned out to be magnificant bikes he rode and loved.

John loved playing games such as acie ducie, cribbage and dominos. He worked crossword puzzles and sudukos challenges.

He was born in Bangor ME and lived all over the United States.  He idolized his father who passed away when he was 57 from melanoma cancer.  John himself had found out he had lymphnoma, a blood cancer, at the age of 54.  He often said he wondered if he would out live his father, as the Orcutt males in his lineage all seemed to die at a very young age.  He would have made it had his choices in life been different. But the wish to out live his father ended 3 1/2 months too soon.

Charlotte, John's mother, died of lung cancer at the age of 8?.  From this time until his death, John would lead the charge to raise $30,000 dollar during Relay for Life and was very ampathetic to the cause to find a cure. 

As a boy John enjoyed particpating in Boy Scouts, tinkering at the shop where his father worked as a Homelite representative and enoying the woods, waters, and nature where he lived.  He could mimic birds and never stopped sitting on a porch to lure them in.

He enjoyed camping and fishing, in our time, Sebastian Inlet in Florida was a favorite spot.

 (This is a work in progress and more to be added and continued)

 If you wish to contact me:  karen.orcutt@epbfi.com  I'd be happy to include information missed or misrepresented.