William T. Curtis
May 25, 1926 - May 1, 2021
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William "Bill" T. Curtis, 94, of Covington, KY, passed away on Saturday, May 1, 2021. He was a retired Electrical Engineer with General Electric, an Army WWII veteran, a Purple Heart recipient and a Kentucky Colonel. Bill was a man who lived by the motto, "We take care of our own", and he did just that. He was a loving husband, a wonderful dad and an awesome grandpa. Bill was a voracious reader, an honest man, and loved sports, especially the Kentucky Wildcats. He and his wife enjoyed traveling during their retirement years. Bill was preceded in death by his wife: Margaret "Peggy" A. Curtis. He is survived by his daughters: Diana (Zane Harris) Curtis & Linda Titus and grandchildren: Michael (Ana) Titus and Erika (Kevin Timmel) Titus. Services are private for the immediate family. Entombment: Highland cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516. Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Latonia, KY is serving the family. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
Denise Lawrence Grause - May 5, 2021
Diane and Linda, remembering your Dad and Mom and you from St. Mark’s Church. St. Mark’s had great families and yours was one of those. My parents, D.J. And Loraine always spoke fondly of your parents and the fellowship they enjoyed. May the support of family and friends bring you comfort in the days ahead.
Sherry Crose - May 3, 2021
On behalf of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, the Order offers its deepest condolences and is proud of a life well lived by Colonel Curtis. Sherry Crose, Executive Director Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
Danny and Debbie Frank - May 3, 2021
Diane and Linda,( and family) We are sorry to hear this news. When reading his obituary, you can see he led a courageous and busy life, family meant a lot to him. Prayers are lifted up for you and your family.
Tim Barker - May 2, 2021
I was so sad tonight when reading the newspaper and saw the obituary for Bill Curtis. Bill was one of the most outstanding persons I have ever known in my lifetime. For a short period of my life I was fortunate to be Bill’s son-in-law being married to Linda. Bill was one of the smartest & kindest men I have ever known and it was my honor & privilege to call him my friend. Bill treated me the same way even after Linda & I ended our marriage and I have never forgotten that. I am a much better person from just knowing him. Linda & Diane, you have my deepest sympathy and I know the Lord has a special place in heaven for Bill. May he Rest In Peace for all eternity.