Fatal Accident on US 20 in Wood County Leaves 1 Dead

On February 28th, 2020, A fatal car accident in Wood County, Ohio claimed the life of one area resident. 29 year old, Jesse T. Cutcher of Gibsonburg, Ohio was traveling eastbound on US 20, when a car reportedly driven by Christopher L. Kugler, 22, of Carrollton traveled left of center and struck him. Mr. Cutcher was reported dead at the scene. 

Christopher L. Kugler had minor injuries and was treated at Bay Park Hospital in Oregon, Ohio.

US 20 was closed for approximately 3 hours while police investigated the crash. The crash remains under investigation. Alcohol is not believed to have been a contributing factor.

Our condolences go to the surviving family of Mr. Cutcher. In his obituary, he is fondly remembered. 

Obituary for Jesse Thomas Cutcher at Herman-Veh Funeral Home & Cremation Services

Jesse Thomas Cutcher, 29, of Gibsonburg, OH left this earth on February 28, 2020. Born on July 7, 1990 in Erie County, OH to Jeffrey T. Cutcher Sr. and Kimberly D. Dunn Cutcher he is survived by the love of his life, Laura Lopushok Cutcher whom he married on October

Jesse Thomas Cutcher, 29, of Gibsonburg, OH left this earth on February 28, 2020. Born on July 7, 1990 in Erie County, OH to Jeffrey T. Cutcher Sr. and Kimberly D. (Dunn) Cutcher he is survived by the love of his life, Laura (Lopushok) Cutcher whom he married on October 31, 2014.

Jesse was a maintenance technician II at First Solar since January; previously working at Toledo Molding and Die where he excelled as a maintenance technician for 7 years.

An avid member of the gaming community, Jesse was extremely tech savvy and able to solve any computer problem in no time at all. He enjoyed the challenge of working on cars and was known to help anyone in need, with no thought for himself.

Surviving him are his wife, Laura; sons, Vladimir and Theodore, and daughter, Ruby all of Gibsonburg; father, Jeffrey T. Cutcher Sr. of Port Clinton; mother, Kimberly D. (Dunn) Cutcher of Gibsonburg; brothers, Jeffrey T. Cutcher Jr. of Port Clinton and Ryan S. Brake of Gibsonburg; sister, Katie L. Cutcher of Tiffin; brothers-in-law, John A. Sthall of Gibsonburg and Andrew D. Medows of Gibsonburg; sister-in-law, Brandy E. Shuster; paternal grandmother, Mary E. Fetters of Fremont; niece, Olivia M. Cutcher of Port Clinton; nephews, Xander A. Cutcher, Linkin J. Meyer, Gavin D. Meyer, Kegan D. Meyer all of Tiffin, OH; mother-in-law, Katherine (David) Walters of Gibsonburg; and father-in-law, Phil Lopushok of Wonder Lake, IL.

He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, John M. and Annie M. (Ragle) Dunn.

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Victims identified in US 20 crash that killed 1, injured another

WOOD COUNTY, Ohio - The victims have been identified in a Wood County crash Friday morning that killed one and injured another. The crash happened on US 20 near Lemoyne Rd around 6:30 a.m. According to state troopers, a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Jesse T.

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BOWLING GREEN - A 29-year-old Gibsonburg man was killed Friday morning in a two-vehicle collision on U.S. 20 near Lemoyne Road, according to the Bowling ...

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