Curtis Leon Holbrooks was born on July 8. 1957 to Nora Holbrooks and Dan Davis Walker. He was educated in the Chester County school system. Curtis understood the love of God at an early age. He remained devoted to our Savior until the end. Curtis followed in the family trade of Masonry. It was not an odd thing to drive past a building and hear that he was a part of the construction. Charlotte and many surrounding cities hold marks of Curtis’ workmanship. He was very talented and could look at a project and tell you exactly how it needed to be worked. Curtis worked with his brothers in their own business before working with Pyramid. While working with Mr. Jack, Curtis was an integral part of the Pyramid group. It became necessary for him to retire early due to health issues.
Preceding Curtis in death is his father, Dan Davis Walker and his mother Nora Holbrooks; his siblings include Charlie Mae, Harold, Timothy and Dan; also a wife Doris Jackson. His memories will be cherished by two aunties, Joyce (Ike) Wilkes, and Joan “Sister” Moore; his siblings Mary Neal, Delores Rhinehardt, Marilyn (Lee) Crumbly and Emma Abernathy. His wife, Jennifer, daughter, Taylor, Mother in law, Irma Laws and Sisters in law, Christine (Harold) Holmes, Diane Harvey Holbrooks, Sue Rogers and Doris McClendon Holbrooks. He also leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Curtis enjoyed every moment with them. Curtis also leaves three special and dear friends, Albert Simmons, Naidra Hemingway, and Brother John Ward. There are friends who are as close as family to carry on and remember him fondly. Curtis Holbrooks never met a stranger.
Thank you so very much for all of the time, patience and love you put into the passing of Curtis. Your small and large efforts helped us to celebrate a life that is no longer physically present for us and we so appreciate your gentle caress of care.
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