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Steven Curtis

Steven Curtis

Wednesday, October 21st, 1959 Friday, November 27th, 2020

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Obituary for Steven Clinton Curtis

Steven Clinton Curtis, 61, died Friday, November 27, 2020 at home in Merrimack. He was born on October 21, 1959 in Brockton MA, the son of Fred B. Curtis (deceased) and Sally F. Curtis. He was the beloved husband of Albina M. Curtis. They were married on June 15, 1985 in Hudson, NH in his parents backyard. Steven graduated from Alvirne High School with Honors in 1977. Steven was employed at U-Haul as Marketing Company Storage Manager; he was with the company for 31 years. He was a sports enthusiast. He played pitcher and shortstop in Little League Baseball; hockey season was his favorite. Go Bruins! In his younger years he was an avid bowler and played in leagues at Leda Lanes. He also participated in many tv roll offs. An incredibly smart and knowledgeable man, he could answer almost all kinds of trivia questions from Jeopardy and Trivia Pursuit and was an avid reader. He was a movie buff to the fullest extent and a rock and roll fan. Steve could often be caught singing with headphones on and a Rush album playing in the record player. Along with his wife, Albina, he was survived by his daughter Amanda Meyer, her husband, Rolf Meyer, and their daughter Madison; son Christopher Curtis; sister Kathy Larivee, her husband Gary Larivee, and two sons Brian and Kevin; and many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

SERVICES: A memorial service will be held in the spring. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in his name to Wounded Warriors or to Main Street United Methodist Church in Nashua NH. We would love for anyone who knew him and wishes to write a memory to send them to us so we can make a collage for his service.

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Jason Becksted

I am very sorry to hear about the loss of Steve. I enjoyed talking to him at work. Rest In Peace my friend.
Comment | Posted at 04:37am via Condolence

Janice Miller

My heartfelt condolences to my cousin Kathy, his mother, Sally and his wife Bena - I live in California so had not seen him in many years but I have some very fun memories - he used to tease me at grandma and grandpa Curtis' house - we would play with the tape recorder and leave messages and interview people - we played pool and ping pong - he was funny and he was a part of my childhood I will not forget - prayers to his family - I also remember him stealing the "good chair" at grandmas! Remembering you fondly
Comment | Posted at 10:06pm via Condolence

Jim Turmel

I'm sorry for your loss. I knew Steve since my childhood. He was good friends with my brother Mark. Back in 1981 or 1982, he introduced me to Rush. The band had released a video called Exit Stage Left and it was going to be broadcast on VH1 or MTV. I didn't have that channel and he invited Mark and I to his Lake St apartment to watch it. I've been hooked ever since. He was a great friend to my brother, who passed away in 2003. Rest in Peace Steve.
Comment | Posted at 08:45am via Condolence
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Julie Desmarais

Kathy, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family!! May God bless. - Julie Desmarais
Comment | Posted at 07:32am via Condolence
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Heather

My condolences on the loss of Steve. I use to work with Steve and over the years I got to know him. In the beginning he scared me because of his blunt ways of dealing with work situations. But over time I saw he was just a great guy set in his ways. I really liked working with Steve and getting to know him. I am so incredibly sorry for your loss,❤️He will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 05:51am via Condolence
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