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Arden H. McCutchen

November 15, 2021 | 17 comments

Arden H. McCutchen, 59, of Galesville passed away on November 14th 2021. He was born in LaCrosse on January 31st 1962 to Gerald & Naomi McCutchen. In 2001, Arden was married to Nina (Stanislowski) and shared over 20 years of a happy life together.

Arden was a hunter and outdoorsman. He loved to travel and see the country, sometimes without a destination in mind but to get in the car & go. Arden was quite the character and full of life, he always had a joke, a funny story to tell or found a way to make a person laugh.

He is survived by his wife Nina, children Andrew (Pam) McCutchen of Pine Creek, Natasha (Eric) Olson of Ettrick, Tyler (Cora) Beirne of Holmen, Austin (Eva) Beirne of Holmen, seven grandchildren Kylan, Lilah, HJ, Fletcher, Elijah, Brexton, and Baby Beirne on the way. Brothers & Sisters Jackie (Jon) Hess, Wayne (Pat) McCutchen, Randy (Laurie) McCutchen, Sharron (Bill) Johnson, Lisa (Dave) Bettsinger, along with many nieces and nephews. Arden is preceded in death by his parents, and step son Derek.

A gathering of family and friends will be held on Monday, November 22, 2021 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at The Gathering Place, 133 Mason St., Onalaska, WI.  Coulee Region Cremation Group is assisting the family.

 

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17 Comments

  1. Laura Nechkash

    Sending all my love to you and your family Nina, so very sorry for your loss and thinking of you during this difficult time. You are in my prayers.

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  2. Stan Hovell

    Oh man, I’m so sorry to see this. I worked with Ardie at Meuniers for a few years. He was the absolute funniest man. He made coming to work a total joy. I only had the pleasure of running into him a few times in the past 30 years but everyone was like we just picked up from when we were kids. Prayers and thoughts of comfort to his family.

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  3. Barb Noren

    So very sorry for your loss. Your all in my thoughts and prayers 🙏🙏🙏🙏

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    • Loren Molling

      Wayne, sympathy for your loss! Hard to lose a sibling!

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  4. Linda Wagner Meyer

    I remember Ardie growing up and were neighbors. Sorry for your loss…

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    • Al Stolz

      So sorry for your loss! I last saw Ardie around 4 years ago. Used to work with him at Ashley Furniture years ago. Miss those good times. Ardie was a pleasure to work with. Sorry we weren’t able to make the visitation.

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  5. Stephanie Stevens

    Nina & Family

    I’m so sorry to hear the loss of the greatest man! Your all in my prayers!

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  6. Erwin L Ida

    I’ll never forget ya, Ard! We had some great times and I even learned a thing or two from you…how to sneak into the Fair from the back way and to appreciate the pleasures of Levi Garrett chewing tobacco. I’ll never forget that Firebird (always envied you that magnificent machine) and I discovered the hard way that one should never take you for a ride on a motorcycle. But you were truly one to ride the river with and I cherish our times together…coon or deer hunting or just having a little fun with the ole Skinflint himself, Jerome. There was never a dull moment when Ard was around. I will miss you, old friend. Till we meet again…

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  7. Marie Flock

    You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May his strength and love be with you always.♥️

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    • Tom Carhart

      My Sympathy to Ardie’s entire family.

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  8. Mike and Diana Symitczek

    Ardie was one of a kind, we all agree on that. The world was a better place with him in it. I think his life goal was to make everyone smile and laugh and he definitely was good at that.
    Now he has everyone in Heaven roaring with laughter.
    He will forever have memories in our heart.

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    • Diane Tuxen (Dee)

      Nina, my heart aches for you as your beloved Ardie moves from your life together to his forever with his God. This man has brought you so much life and love. May the love of all your family and friends help you through this difficult time. Sending love.

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  9. Ray and Peg Mertes

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers.

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  10. Ray and Peg Mertes

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers.

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  11. Dorothy Kamrowski

    Deepest condolences, Andy and family. Cherish your memories they will help get you through these tough times.

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  12. Pat and Ken Komperud

    Ken and I wish to send our sympathies to Nina and family. Our thoughts are with Randy and Laurie also.

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  13. Teenie Sonsalla

    Ardie was one of the funnest and funniest people I will ever know in this lifetime! From being chased by a bull to jumping out of a truck for a 2 hour visit you will be missed my friend. Keep ’em laughing up their Ard and see you again on the other side!

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