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Cutter Aviation loses patriarch Bill
William 'Bill' R Cutter was often seen walking the ramp at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport in Arizona, addressing each of his employees at Cutter Aviation by their first name. His passing has left a hole in the community.
William R Cutter was integral to Cutter Aviation.
Read this story in our January 2019 printed issue.

William 'Bill' R Cutter, who established Cutter Aviation's facility at Pheonix Sky Harbor airport in Arizona, has passed away. He was regarded as the patriarch of the region's aviation community.

A life-long aviation enthusiast, Bill learned to fly sitting on his father William P Cutter's lap and became an ATP rated pilot in fixed wing, helicopter and lighter than air aircraft, along with achieving several jet and turboprop type ratings. As an aviator, he accumulated thousands of hours during his life, with his most recent flying being in his treasured 1944 Beech Model 17 Staggerwing.

Bill, along with his son Will, grew the Cutter Aviation network by opening numerous locations throughout the Southwest. He was honoured at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, the New Mexico Military Institute, the Pima Air & Space Museum (Hall of Fame, inducted with his father) and was named 'Man of the Year' by Beechcraft. He also served his country as a member of the US Army.

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