Glen "Butch" Roy Cable

Glen "Butch" Roy Cable, 77, of La Porte, passed away on Sunday, January 3, 2021 at his home.


Butch was born on March 10, 1943, in La Porte, IN, to Glen "Bud" and Ethel (Short) Cable.


On October 15, 1983 at Rolling Prairie Christian Church, he married Barbara Deutscher who survives.  Also surviving are his children, Pamela (Joseph) Pask of La Porte, Lori (Bill Stayback) Long of La Porte, Michael Benjamin of New York City, NY, and Angela Benjamin of La Porte; 4 grandchildren, Jason Bennitt, Nicole Sutter, Jared (Sarah Reese) Long, and Joseph Pask, Jr.; 2 great-grandchildren, Fae and Maggie Sutter; sisters, Susan Cable of La Porte and Ellen (Dennis) Christensen of Fish Lake; 2 nephews, Pete (Melissa) Cable and Dan (Tammy) Cable; 2 nieces, Kelly Schroeder and Melissa (Scott) Day; 1 great-nephew; 3 great-nieces; 1 great-great nephew; 1 great-great-niece; 1 beloved dog, Banjo; and 1 special cat, Mama.


He was preceded by his parents and brother, Gerald Cable.


Butch was a semi mechanic for many years.   He was active in the Rolling Prairie Conservation Club and the Rolling Prairie Business and Community Association.


Butch was a quiet, kind man with a terrific off-beat sense of humor.  He enjoyed spending time in his garden, walking, watching sports, mushroom hunting, making salsa, and taking his Sunday rides.  Butch also created special memories baking Christmas cookies with his daughters.  Most importantly, Butch enjoyed spending time with his family and good friends.


A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 12 p.m. on Saturday, January 9, 2021, at Cutler Funeral Home and Cremation Center with Pastors Pamela Pask and JoEllyn Chadwick officiating.  Burial will follow at Rolling Prairie Cemetery.


A time of visitation will be held from 10 a.m. until the time of the service on Saturday at the funeral home. 


Due to the recent Governor's Order, anyone attending the visitation and/or service is required to wear a mask and practice social distancing of six-feet.  Also, we are limited to 25 people in the building at any given time.  We kindly ask for your patience as we oversee these mandated guidelines. 


Memorial donations may be made to the Rolling Prairie Conservation Club, Inc., 3303 E. 800 N., Rolling Prairie, IN, 46371.


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