Full name: Robert Bradley "Bob" Cutler
Born: November 8, 1913 in Dover, Massachusetts, United States
Died: September 1, 2010 in Whitinsville, Massachusetts, United States
CUTLER, Robert Bradley Formerly of Beverly Farms and Grafton, MA., died September 1 in Whitinsville, MA at 96. Born November 8, 1913 in Charles River, Mass. to Roger W. and former State Senator Leslie B. Cutler, he graduated Noble & Greenough School, Harvard College and the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
He served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific in World War II. He practiced architecture in New York City, and Boston and Manchester, Mass. He researched extensively the assassinations of both John and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, published several books on his theories and established The Conspiracy Museum in Dallas, Texas to disprove the lone assassin conclusion of the Warren Commission's investigation of President Kennedy's assassination.
He rowed for the United States in the coxed four at the 1936 Berlin Olympics with his brother Roger and three Harvard crew mates, then later competed annually into his early 80s at the Head of the Charles and Schuylkill races. He was an avid tennis player and organizer at the Essex County Club in Manchester for 40 years.
He leaves his wife of 65 years, Claire, three sons, Robert B. Jr. of Garrison, NY, J. Christopher of Grafton MA., L. Bradley of Sacramento, CA, nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. His daughter, Camilla Coolidge predeceased him.