Joseph Antione Cutschall, 87, of Rosebud, South Dakota, succumbed to heart attack at his second home in Kino Bay, Mexico.
Joseph is survived by his beautiful and loving wife Jeanne of 63 years, daughters Barbara, Kelly and Karen, sons Pat, Tim and James, sister Mamie and 16 loving grandchildren, 4 great children, many nieces, nephews and extended family. Joseph was a loving father, husband, grandfather and friend to all.
Joseph loved golf, dancing, reading, traveling, meals with his family, music, walking 2 miles a day with his dogs. Last summer he went to Paris with his wife Jeanne, daughter Karen, grandson Patrick and niece Jeanne. He worked as a civil engineer for 35 years in Minnesota, Colorado, Thailand, Brazil, Washington DC, Sir Lanka, and Egypt. His was instrumental in bringing clean water to millions of people and improving waste disposal in third world countries. He worked until he was 72 years old. He was also a honored veteran who received a bronze star and served meritoriously. He enjoyed hard work, a good party with family and friends, telling stories and do it your-self projects. Joseph was always there to help friends with any project, school work, or whatever else they needed him for.
A special thank you to his friends in Kino Bay for their loving care and support.
Visitation will be from 6:00 until 8:00 PM at Rundus Funeral Home (1998 West 10th Street, Broomfield, 80020) on Wednesday, November 29th, 2017. Funeral services for Joseph will be at the Nativity of the Lord Catholic Church in Broomfield (900 West Midway Blvd, Broomfield, 80020) on Thursday, November 30th , 2017 starting with a rosary at 9:30 am, followed by mass at 10:00 am and then lunch. Joseph will be laid to rest at the Fort Logan National Cemetery in Sheridan, Colorado. Memorial donations can be made to the Denver Rescue Mission.