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Curtis Bruce Minoletti

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Just one of those days.

Well babe, it's been a year and a half almost and it seems like yesterday still. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you. I miss everything about you. I love you .


Posted by: Starr McBride - anderson, CA   Oct 10, 2018

Curtis and I were first cousins (our mothers sisters); Although he grew up and lived in Northern CA, while I remained in GA. We visited numerous times over the years; and despite over 3,000 miles between us, we were only 6 months apart in age.
I grew up loving and respecting him until this day.
While he was a man's man: Purple Heart in Vietnam, fighting forest fires all over the country, as well as his work with FEMA, which took him

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Posted by: A friend   Jun 03, 2017

Curtis was my first cousin and although we lived over 3,000 miles apart, I loved and respected him my entire life. He was 6 months older than I; He and his parents and little brother made annual trip to the south every summer.
The loss of this very special man is something I will never get over. He was a man's man: He was awarded the Purple Heart among others for his service in Vietnam; big game hunter; fought wild fires

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Posted by: Deborah Lehman - Columbus, GA   Jun 03, 2017

I went to school with Curtis grade school and high school -- He was truly The Best -- I will ALWAYS remember him and smile!!

Sandi Hess


Posted by: Sandra Hess - Palo Cedro   Jun 01, 2017

Sorry for your families loss Curtis was A good friend to me and my family I will miss visiting with him I know he is hunting and fishing all the time now jerry Nichols


Posted by: Jerry Nichols - Anderson, CA   May 29, 2017

I know he is where the angels fly and where God goes fishing!!


Posted by: Leiann Goodrich - Anderson, CA   May 29, 2017

To members of Curtis' family,
May I express my profound sympathy to you at this difficult time. I first knew Curtis when I had him in class at Anderson Elementary School in the early 1960's. I particularly remember him as being polite, good-natured,and friendly, as well as being well-liked by both classmates and teachers. In 1964 I left AES and took a job at Shasta High where I taught for 23 years and had no further contact with Curtis. I was

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Posted by: Chuck Southard - Redding, CA   May 29, 2017


Posted by: Cassie Minoletti Hursey    May 28, 2017


Posted by: Cassie Minoletti Hursey    May 28, 2017


Posted by: Cassie Minoletti Hursey    May 28, 2017