Alan “Cubby” Cuthbertson, 62, of Collettsville, NC passed away peacefully on Monday, January 16, 2023 surrounded by his family and friends. He was born on December 28, 1960 in Burke County to the late Linnie and Myrtle Bradshaw Cuthbertson. Alan was a gentle giant who previously worked in the construction field. He was a loyal member of Queen Street Club AA.

He is survived by his sister, Dorothy C. Barrier (Grier Franklin); nephew, Gary W Barrier II (Lindsey); special cousins, Debbie Blalock (Bobby) and Kelly Annas among a score of others he loved deeply. He had a best friend and care giver, Scott Coy. He is also survived by the love of his life, his canine companion, Dakota.

The family will receive friends from 4pm-5pm, Friday, January 20, 2023 at Sossoman Funeral Home. The memorial service will begin at 5pm in the Colonial Chapel of the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Queen Street Club AA or to Burke Friends for Animals.

Sossoman Funeral Home and Crematory Center is assisting the family with the arrangements.

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Cub certainly was a gentle giant. I knew him 30+ years and never saw him get mad. Go rest high on that mountain my friend..Gonna miss you, Fly high freebyrd..

—Barry Ward
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Dorothy, I have so many memories of our families sitting around your backyard listening to your Pop spinning yarns and us kids hanging out. So sorry for your loss and will continue to pray for peace for all the lives that were blessed by knowing Alan.

—Pamela Michael Sutton

Our deepest condolences for you during this time. Love and prayers.

—Allen & Pam Buchanan
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Praying for God’s peace and comfort for his friends and family. May he rest in peace. Our deepest condolences …

—Chris and Pamela (Greenwood) Harrar
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—Monique Aldridge Pressley

So very sorry.

—Page Cartledge
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This earth has lost a gentle giant and man who loved life and loved his family, my first cousin but I loved him like a brother, our family get togethers will never be the same.

—Eddie Hutcheson