Mr. Glenn Foster Curtis, age 94, passed away Wednesday, May 20, 2020. He was born in McEwen, Tennessee on September 18, 1925 to Henry & Carrie (Clifford) Curtis. He married the former Phyllis Morrell on November 23, 1950. Mr. Curtis had been employed as a machine operator at Muskegon Piston for over 34 years until retiring. Glenn was a member of River of Life Fellowship Church of Twin Lake & the Polish Union. Mr. Curtis enjoyed hunting, fishing, riding his bike & playing cards.
Sons, Gary (Terri) Curtis, Robert Curtis; daughters, Connie (Don) Benedict, Carrie "Porky" Bowen, Donna (Dave) Messner, Glenna (Jim) Lopez, Cheryll Curtis; 11 grandchildren; many great grandchildren; sister, Lorna Bailey; sister-in-law, Barb (Gordon) Bonifield; brothers-in-law, Ted Morrell, Bob Steele; many nieces & nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Phyllis; grandson, Jeff Curtis; sister, Thelma Stebbleton; brothers, Victor & Ted Curtis.
A private family gathering will take place.
MEMORIAL: River of Life Church in Twin Lake or Harbor Hospice Foundation. Please visit www.clockfuneralhome.com to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon
So sorry for your loss. We have very good memories of Uncle Glenn.
D and Sally Morrell
Glen and Phyllis was two very special people . He was always smiling and happy when ever I seen him. He will always be remembered. RIP Ducky
My condolences to Glenn’s family and especially to Donna Jean and Dave. Your father was a good worker and an especially nice man. RIP Glenn.
Carrie my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family it has been a long road I know I have traveled it with my own parents take care and stay safe Kim Ream
Connie and Carrie, so sorry to hear about your dad. He was a wonderful man. Whenever I visited your house many years ago he was always laughing and teasing us. I remember how hard of a time he had when his wife passed away, and now he is able to be with her. We will always cherish both of them because they helped John and me to enjoy being married for 43 years. Love to you all
To my dad whom I love dearly. Going to miss. You Your with the angels now. May god be with you.
Sure am going to miss you Dad. Glad you aren't in pain anymore. It hurt so much see you like that. You had great caretakers with Hospice and your daughters. Porky was a God send and took wonderful care of you. Gary, your son was so happy to see you before you passed. Have pictures of you and him that made us all cry.
We had fun playing cribbage every week for several years. Uncle Gordon, Dave, you, and I played partners every Friday. Always had to play for quarters to make it interesting. Loved the competition between you and me. Neither one of us wanted to lose to the other. I finally got a 28 hand and was excited. Then it seemed all of us did. Rest in peace Dad. Love you, Donna Jean
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