Lloyd Hutchinson, age 96 of Cynthiana, Friday, September 14, 1923 – Sunday, April 26, 2020

Lloyd Hutchinson, age 96, Cynthiana, IN, passed away on Sunday, April 26, 2020 at his residence surrounded by his family. He was born on Friday, September 14, 1923 in Oakland City, IN to Orvis and Kathryn Williams Hutchinson, both whom precede. He served in the U.S. Army. After his service in the Army, he became a teacher and ultimately served as the principle at the North Posey High School. On November 23, 1950 he took Ruby Olive Whitehouse as his bride.
He was a member of the Indiana State Teachers Association, Masonic Lodge #710 and The Scottish Rite. He was also a member of the Indiana Farm Bureau, the American Legion and was long time member of the Liberty Cemetery Board.

He is survived by his wife; Ruby Olive Hutchinson of Cynthiana, IN son; Jim (Kay) Hutchinson of Terre Haute, IN, daughter; Kathy Shaw of Cashiers, NC and sister; Oma McGrath of Petersburg, IN. Other survivors include 7 grandchildren; Jay Clark, Anson Shaw, Erin Burger, Jacob Hutchinson, Ruby Geddes, Ryan Hutchinson and Hayden Shaw as well as 7 great grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Son, Cliff Hutchinson and brothers, Harold and John Hutchinson. Doyle Funeral Home of Princeton, IN has the privilege of serving the Hutchinson family.
Due to the mandates established by the federal government concerning the COVID 19 Virus, A private family service will be held. Military honors will be provided at a later date by our retired local military veterans. For more information contact Doyle Funeral Home at 812-385-4334 or Doylefuneralhome@frontier.com Online condolences may be made at www.doylefuneralhomeprinceton.net or the funeral home Facebook page.

3 thoughts on “Lloyd Hutchinson, age 96 of Cynthiana, Friday, September 14, 1923 – Sunday, April 26, 2020

  1. Bob Gee

    With a heavy heart to learn of Mr. Hutchinsons passing. Many good memories. I speak for many, when I say he, & wife Rubys presence at Alumni banquets were thoroughly enjoyed. His mind was as sharp, as most in attendance. . Sincere condolences to Ruby,& f

  2. Jami LaJoy

    Hello Hutchinson family. So sorry to hear about Lloyd, but glad he was with family at the end. I remember visiting when I was young and Boppa (John Hutchinson) would take us down to see our Indiana family. We always had so much fun! I’m his daughter, Jill’s, oldest. I will be praying that the Lord will comfort you. I know you’ll miss him as I miss my grandparents and parent who have passed into eternity.

  3. Ed Allen

    Sorry to learn of Mr. Hutchinson’s passing.

    As Mr. Hutchinson, he was a much respected Principal during my
    school years. He supported the students and took pride in their
    accomplishments – both in school and after. You may come to realize
    that he had ‘boosted’ you behind the scenes. This was appreciated!

    As Lloyd, he was a much valued, very knowledgeable and dedicated
    co-member of the Liberty Cemetery Board (He shared and taught me
    a lot in this regard.).

    I knew Ruby and the kids, with Jim being the closest to my age. A good
    family of a good man. To Lloyd – an A+.

    Lloyd will be missed and remembered by many!


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