Edna Cuttle

Edna Cuttle

Edna Wooten (Sorter) Cuttle, 92, of Guntersville, Alabama, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, May 10, 2023.

She was born in Sarepta, Louisiana, on December 13, 1930, to Jesse and Lee Wooten. Helping and giving to others gave her great joy. Her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were her pride and joy, whom she loved dearly. She was a great neighbor and friend. Edna loved all sports, but especially baseball and softball. She pitched softball for many years and pitched in the Senior Olympics in San Antonio, Texas. Edna was actively involved in her church at Warrenton Methodist Church. She did her great yard sales and had her last one at age 91. She was a hard worker and always worked hard for her family. She worked for Piggly Wiggly, the Lee Company, Barfield Nursing Home, and Salvation Army in Social Services. She was a loving mom, grandmother and great grandmother. She wished to leave the world in a better place by always helping others.

She was preceded in death by her former husbands, John Sorter, Jr. and John Cuttle; her parents Jesse and Lee Wooten; her sisters, Iris Childress, Edith Bolding, Novella Whisenant, Gaynell Smith, Jannie Daniel, Jimmie Shaver (half sister); her brothers, R.V. Wooten and Leon "Sonny" Wooten.

She is survived by her daughter, Sandra Sorter Smith; sons, Michael Sorter (Jill), Kyle Sorter (Cindy); grandchildren, Steven Smith, Kristen (Krissy) Sorter Gentle (Kevin), Ron Smith (Rebecca), and Johnathan Sorter (Niki); great-grandchildren, Bailey Smith, Evan Smith, Collin Gentle, Cam Gentle, Cooper Smith and Maddox Sorter; and many nieces and nephews that loved her dearly.

Her wishes were to be cremated and buried at Happy Home Baptist Church Cemetery. Her celebration of life was May 15, 2023 at Guntersville Memorial Chapel, and burial was at Happy Home Baptist Church Cemetery on May 15, 2023. Memorial contributions can be made to Hospice of Marshall County or Warrenton Methodist Church.

A special thanks to Shepherd's Cove for their great care to Edna Cuttle.