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Annette L. Cutshall of Paris, Texas

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Annette L. Cutshall, 94, of Paris, passed away Friday, February 08, 2019, at Paris Chalet.

Memorial services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15 at Bright-Holland Funeral Home with Rev. Barry Loving officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Private inurnment will follow in the Mausoleum of Meadowbrook Gardens.

Mrs. Cutshall, the daughter of Samuel I. and Ann Marie Lamont Strickland, was born March 28, 1924, in Greenville.

She assisted her first husband, Neil G. Coker, in his business until his death in 1971. Annette then went back to school in 1972, and became a nurse in 1973. Her career spanned many years working at Cherry Street Manor, the emergency department of L. P. McCuistion Regional Medical Center and her later years spent as the Training Coordinator for all Charles Grebb’s facilities.

Before failing health, she was a faithful member of First Christian Church in Paris and the New 20th Century Sunday School Class.

After the death of her first husband, Neil G. Coker, in 1971, she married Ross L. Cutshall, and he preceded her in death in May of 2000.

She was also preceded in death by a daughter by marriage, Jill Satcher, and a brother, Julian W. Strickland & his wife Rebecca.

Survivors include her son, Neil B. Coker of Temple, a daughter by marriage, Susan Rigdon, two granddaughters, Sara McAlmond and Katey Thompson, a grandson, Scott Satcher & wife Paula, a great-granddaughter, Victoria Satcher, nieces & nephews; Amanda Kelley, Sharyl & Joe Thompson, Timm Cutshall and Georgia & Carroll Talent along with a number of great nieces & great-nephews.

The family would like to express appreciation to the staff of Paris Chalet, Platinum Hospice and Dr. Richard Bercher for the care given their loved one.

To leave a message or tribute for the family please visit www.brighthollandfuneralhome.com

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