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Obituary for SPC Curtis A. Smith

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SPC Curtis A. Smith

February 4, 1982 - October 9, 2013

Curtis A. Smith, 31, passed away October 9, 2013 of cancer.  Curt was born February 4, 1982 in Ogden, UT.  He graduated from Clearfield High School, class of 2000.

 

An active duty member of the US Army, Specialist Smith served with courage and honor up to his last day. Curtis was wise beyond his years.  Although those years were cut terribly short his life touched many.  A talented musician who was skilled in many different instruments from drums to violin.  He was an artist in many forms.  His sprinkler was the best ever.  he was a new York Giants fan.

 

You were taken entirely too soon, but your short life with us was enough to change ours forever.  you are our true hero, Curt.  We will forever miss you.

 

Curtis is survived by his parents, Dave and Natalie Large; four sisters: Tracie, Trina, Kyllie and Kelsie;  nieces Cheyenne and Morigan; nephew Ryker; grandparents, Bill and Kaye Arnold; aunts, uncles and cousins.

 

Preceded in death by his older sister Jayleen, grandmother Norean, uncle Kenny.

 

The family wishes to thank the US Army for all their support, HCI and his nurses Julie and Rachel.

 

A private family service will be held.  In lieu of flowers please make a donation in Curts name to the Wounded warrior Project.   Online condolences may be made at leavittsmortuary.com

 

 

 

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Born: February 4, 1982
Died: October 9, 2013

Condolences for SPC Curtis A. Smith

Diane Gupton posted on 10/16/13

My deepest sympathies to the family of Curtis Smith. It was truly my honor to meet this courageous young man and his parents. May the passage of time bring you peace and comfort.

 

E. Lonzo posted on 10/16/13

I offer my deepest sympathy to the family, may the fond memories that you shared bring you comfort. It is heartbreaking to lose a loved one in death. Soon God perfect goverment will rule over mankind (Matthew 6:10) Those in the memorial tombs will be resurrected (John 5:28,29) and death will be no more (Revelation 21:4) We will live forever here on earth in abundance of peace (Psalm 37:11, 29)

 

Mary Miller posted on 10/13/13

I am so sorry for your loss. Isaiah 33:24 says: No resident will say "I am sick". So soon we won't worry about losing our loved ones to death, because of sickness, for it will be gone, never to return, because he know the pain that sickness and death, brings to famiies and he love and care for you. I hope these facts bring you and your family comfort during the difficult days ahead and in your time of need.

 

Lisa and Gary Ecton posted on 10/13/13

We are very sorry for your loss. We know Curtis will always be remembered fondly by those who knew him. Please know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

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