Everett Darrell Northcutt, 71, went to be with his Lord and Savior Thursday, February 18, 2021 at FirstHealth Hospice House, Pinehurst, NC.


Graveside service will be held at 3:00 PM Sunday, February 21, 2021 at Union Grove Baptist Church with the Reverend William Saunders officiating.


Darrell, as he preferred to be called by his friends and family, was born September 15, 1949 to the late Everett  Colon and Helen Maness Northcutt.  Darrell was a retired mechanic who enjoyed spending time hunting, fishing, riding a 4-wheeler, watching NASCAR and sitting on his front porch with his friends and family. The people closest to him knew that he had a heart of gold and would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it.  He loved to give those he cared about a hard time and shared his love for them in his own special way.  Darrell will be deeply missed by everyone who knew him.


In addition to his parents he was preceded in death sister: Rebecca Sue Northcutt, brother: Larry Colon Northcutt.


Darrell is survived by brother: Charlie Gilmer Northcutt and wife Teresa of Robbins, sisters: Ellen Kennedy and husband Ronald of Carthage, Jackie Owens and husband Dempsey of Star, Ida Northcutt-Garner and husband Nickey of Robbins, Tammy Northcutt of Robbins: sister in law: Linda Northcutt of Robbins; son: Marshall Northcutt; many nieces, nephews and friends 


The family will receive friends from 5-7 PM on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at Kennedy Funeral Home and other times at the home of his sister, Tammy.


Memorial may be made to Union Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 7912 Union Grove Church Road, Seagrove, NC 27341. 


Kennedy Funeral Home is assisting the Northcutt Family.


Condolences on line at pinesfunerals.com


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  1. Tammy and family we are so sorry for your loss. Darryl was one of a kind and will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know him. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  2. Darrell was a good ole soul whom I’ve known all my life. He loved to joke around with you and would make you mad if you let him. I had the pleasure of being harassed by him every morning while waiting his table at country kitchen and other places. He was definitely a well liked person by many who knew him. He would help you in any way if he could. I have a lot of good memories of him. Rest In Peace until we meet again.

  3. Darrell was a good ole soul whom I’ve known all my life. I had the pleasure of being harassed by him many years ago while waiting his table at country kitchen. He loved to joke around and would make you mad if you let him and then laugh about it. He meant no harm only trying to have a good time with people he cared about. I have many good memories of you Darrell. Rest In Peace my friend until we meet again.

  4. So sorry for your loss. May God give you comfort and peace during this sad time. Hugs and love to you all. Darrell will be missed by everyone who knew him.

  5. Darrell was a a one of a kind man. He did love to give some a hard time!! To include me years ago!!. My thought and prayers go out to his brother and sisters in this time of loss.

  6. Love and prayers ❤
    Darrell was good to me…I enjoyed many 4 wheeler rides and evenings in Robbins listening to him talk trash to folks about racing…He was good to help if he thought he could…I hadn’t seen him in a good while I’m sorry to hear of his passing but he definitely won’t be forgotten..❤

  7. Ellen, Jackie Tammy, Ida and all the family our most deepest sympathy. Have known your family for over 50 years and love you all. Bradie Taylor Carthage NC

  8. If Darrell wasn’t giving you a hard time, he didn’t like you. We will miss him.
    Regards to all family,
    Danny & Vicky

  9. Charlie, Ellen, Ida Mae, Tammy,
    Kim and I are grieved for you in your loss of Darrell. He was one of a kind but had a big heart. He was always kind and encouraging to me. I appreciated that. He will be missed. May God cradle you all in His loving arms in your grief and in the days to come. We love you. Bruce and Kim Williams

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