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Curtis Ruble Reneau

April 10, 1943 - May 1, 2018

Service Date May 4, 2018

Funeral services will be held 8:00 P.M. Thursday May 3, 2018 at Memorial Funeral Home: 1102 Big Springs Rd., with Rev. Danny Buchanan, Rev. Buster Gibson, and Rev. Kendall Melton officiating. Family and friends will all meet 2:00 P.M. Friday May 4, 2018 at Sherwood Memorial Gardens for a graveside service. The family will receive friends 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Thursday at the funeral home.

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So sorry to hear of Curt's passing. Curt was the epitome of a true man of God. I was so privileged to be able for 20 years to call him dad. He never met a stranger and was kind to everyone. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers and know I still love each of you.

Posted by Beth Reneau on May 5, 2018

Sorry to hear about Curtis.I Ronny was in the 1962 class with Curtis and enjoyed him as a great friend.MAY GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY.RONNY&WILMA NOE

Posted by Ronny&Wilma Noe on May 3, 2018

While I was only one of many of Uncle Kurt's nieces and nephews as a child (50+ years ago) he could always make me feel special. And yes he loved to fish. I remember when it was decided that we could even fish on Sunday. He could bring a smile to our faces on the darkest of days. We have great comfort in knowing he is in Heaven celebrating with his parents (Maw Maw and Paw Paw Reneau) and siblings (Aunt Georgie, Swaneva (my mother), Aunt Judy, Uncle Bill, Uncle Charles, Uncle Ed, and Aunt Sara) and many others from our wonderful large family. We have been and continue to be blessed by our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Posted by Debbie Davis on May 3, 2018

To my dear uncle curt i will always remember my childhood with those scary false teeth of yours and aunt audreys chocolate gravy..though i havent seen u alot since those years..i will always smile and fondly remember u and rest easy now in Gods hands

Posted by REBECCA Valentine on May 2, 2018

Uncle Curt to me was like a second dad loved him very much. When I was younger I couldn't wait till Friday came me dad Curt bouncie went fishing about every Friday night. When Curt dad me bouncie threw football around I wish I would have grown up to be as half good as he was. Seemed like he could kick the football for miles. We all went on a hunting trip at kimsey mtns for the weekend we got up Saturday morning I went with Curt seemed liked we walked for ever my legs felt like jello. We walked up on this black snake about 6 ft long he grabbed it by the tail picked it up cracked it like a whip and it's head popped off that was the craziest thing I ever saw. I could go all day with stories about uncle Curt. I'll miss him love Eddie.

Posted by Eddie reneau on May 2, 2018