Obituary for Larry Curtis' Son

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Obituary for Larry Curtis' Son

Postby Jim Sheppard » Sun Jan 11, 2015 2:21 pm

Mick Hawkins sent me this Obituary. Our thought and prayers go out to the Curtis Family.

Patrick M. Curtis 49, of Greenfield, passed away January 8, 2015. Mr. Curtis was born June 11, 1965 in Peru, Indiana.
He was the son of Larry and Jeannie Curtis. Mr. Curtis grew up on the east side of Indianapolis, where he graduated from
Warren Central High School in 1983. He was employed by Rolls-Royce Corporation for nineteen years. Mr. Curtis was a
member of Saint John United Church of Christ; Hancock Lodge #101 Greenfield, Indiana; and the Indianapolis Valley of the Scottish Rite.

Survivors include: Grandmother, Dorothy Phillipy; Parents; Brother, John (Kristi) Curtis; Sister, Gerri (Todd) Hoffman; Brother,
Chris (Rochelle) Curtis; Special friend, Sally Belknap; Cousin and caregiver, Kathy Clark; Nephews, Justin Curtis and Mitchell Heller;
Niece, Katie (Eric Williams) Curtis; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins from both the Curtis and Phillipy families.

Patrick was preceded in death by Grandparents, Harold & Sallie Kulke; Aunts and Uncles, Phyllis & Abe Clark, Richard & Betty Ege, and David Curtis.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Masonic Home in Franklin, IN; Wreaths Across America; Community Home Health;
or of the donor’s choice in Mr. Curtis’ name. Memorial services will be held at St. John United Church of Christ,
11000 E. Washington St, 46229, on Tuesday, January 13, at 6:00 pm with a visitation beginning at 4:00 pm.
Arrangements have been made by Hendryx Mortuary, Cumberland Chapel.
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Re: Obituary for Larry Curtis' Son

Postby Randy Smith » Wed Jan 14, 2015 1:36 pm

Thanks to Mick's Facebook observations (which I'm not on but plan to change) and Jim's diligence in posting Patrick's obituary I was made aware of Larry's and Jeanie's tragic loss. I hadn't heard before reading it here. It gave us time to prepare for the trip to Indianapolis and Toby Milroy, my wife Mary, and myself made it to the memorial service and met with Larry, Jeanie, their sons John and Chris, and their daughter Jerry. I wore my 1/50th dress shirt to represent our battalion and met some of Larry's Ranger brothers as well as some friends of Richard Gasaway, a member of Larry's LRRP team, that Larry had met at the Kokomo reunions. The memorial service included masonic ceremony, words from his pastor, and stories from Patrick's siblings. It went very well and Larry and I promised to meet again soon.

Jim I want thank you again for posting this information and keeping me from missing this important time with Larry. You are, my friend, the gift to this battalion that keeps on giving and so many of us are so very thankful for you. God bless you, the Larry Curtis family, and all past, present and future members of the great 1/50th Infantry Battalion.
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