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In Memory

Steve Curtis

Stephen R. Curtis, 65

JAN. 13, 1946 — JAN. 4, 2012

MARTINSVILLE — After a brief illness, Stephen R. Curtis, 65, of Martinsville, went to meet the Lord at 10:48 p.m. on Wednesday, January 4, 2012, at the St. Francis Heart Hospital in Indianapolis.

He is survived by his wife, Barb; daughter, Courtney Miller and husband Ben; son, Jonathan; grandson, Kennedy; granddaughter, Hannah, expected in February.

He enjoyed sports, reading and his family.  He was a member of Mooresville Friends Meeting.

A Celebration of Life will be held 2:00 p.m. on Monday, January 9, 2012, at the Mooresville Friends Meeting with calling hours from 1:00 p.m. until service time.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Mooresville Friends Kid Club, 50 North Monroe Street, Mooresville, IN 46158 or Liberty Christian Church Food Pantry, 2010 Liberty Church Road, Martinsville, IN 46151.

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03/23/15 07:49 PM #1    

Ken Addington Jr

I was new to Martinsville between my junior and senior year of high school.  It was a long and boring summer until one evening there was a knock on the door and on the porch were four faces I didn't know.  They welcomed me to Martinsville and included me in their group throughout the remaining summer and my senior year.  It was great to be among friends.  Steve Curtis was one of those four.  "Thank You!  You were and will always be a special friend."

03/27/15 05:51 PM #2    

Dan Collier

It was very sad to read about the passing of Steve!  I first got to know Steve at our church youth group, and from that point on, became good friends.  I remember spending virtually every weekend with Steve along with Ken, Jim and Barry driving around town in Jim's old Merc.  One of my fondest memories of Steve happened soon after leaving Martinsville to attend college in the Chicago area.  While on campus one Saturday morning, I heard a knock on the door and there was Steve "just in the neighborhood". His visit was truly enjoyable and made me realize just how much I missed all my friends back in my hometown!  Rest in peace my friend!

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