Deborah Sue Cutter

Deborah Sue Cutter

Deborah Sue Cutter, 64, passed away in her sleep on Nov. 28, 2022, in Vincennes. She was born in Terre Haute on June 14, 1958, to Bill Madison and Linda Sue (Doty) Cutter. James William Cutter, Jr. married her mother in 1971 and adopted her and her brother Kenneth. Jim always was their real Dad.

Debbie attended Terre Haute North High School Class of 1976. She worked at the Imperial House Hotel and then in 1984 started managing one of the family businesses, Cutters’ Way in Sullivan, where she worked until 1994. In 1996, she went into business with her sister, Elizabeth, and started Purgatory Coffeehouse and Cigars at the corner of 2nd and Main in Vincennes. Together they operated the coffeehouse until 2007. Debbie worked at the second Cutters’ Way location in Vincennes, and she retired due to the pandemic and health issues in Dec. 2020.

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