Joshua Norcutt

Obituary of Joshua Robert Norcutt

Joshua Robert Norcutt was born on June 22, 1979 in Omaha, NE.  He traveled to his next destination peacefully "with a smile on his face" in the comfort of his bed in Eugene, OR on February 25, 2023.  


He was preceded in death by his grandfather Robert Norcutt, grandmother Mary Norcutt, uncle Thomas Norcutt, uncle John Lassek and his beloved pups Tupelo Honey and Ascha. He is survived by his mother, Linda Norcutt of Eugene, OR, daughter Indie Norcutt of Bend, OR, daughter Jasmine Rasch of Rapid City, SD, aunt Barbara Lassek of Wentzville, MO, aunt Robin Reiss of Omaha, NE, cousin Rachel Schulte (Cole; Raegan and Addison) of Wentzville, MO, his pup, Gracie, kitties Maximums and Annika, and a plethora of beautiful friends and extended family across the continent.  


Joshua grew up in Omaha and graduated from Central High School in 1997. Throughout his life, Joshua has worked as a waiter and bartender in many different aspects of the restaurant business.  Fenwick's Diner in Omaha was his first job and since then he has worked at breweries, pubs and many fine dining establishments.  He could compliment your dinner with the perfect wine or make you an amazing cocktail.  Josh's favorite class throughout school was art.  His love for art has been his lifelong passion.  In 2000, Joshua moved to Eugene to further his artistic talent as a glass blower.  He has been turning the glass rods ever since and has the calluses on his hands as proof of his hard work and dedication.  He passed his knowledge on to many who shared his artful fervor.  Just recently, Joshua was apprenticing as a beekeeper and that was all he could talk about.  


Joshua's biggest joy in life was, of course, his girls.  He loved them more than life itself.  Indie and Jasmine were who he lived his life for.

Joshua loved hard and made an impact on everyone who crossed his path.  To know Joshua was to love Joshua.  If you visited him, you left with something he felt would help guide you on your own journey.  His spirit was too much for this earth so he has gone where he can expand his energy in the way he always felt he was meant.  Until we meet again, we look forward to that reunion with you always in our hearts and will cherish the memories we made in this realm.

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