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great guy...keep cooking up there buddy...
I just wanted to make a correction, Curtis was from Virginia, not West Virginia.
Life is short, you never know when your ticket will be punched. The pictures portray that Curtis made great use of his life, which is the whole point of life. Thats an inspiration. RIP Curtis
Thank you for the beautiful tribute to a wonderful man. Curtis touched many with his class, humor and cuisine. He will be missed. Peace, Prayers and Blessings. RIP Chef CC!
Thank you for this wonderful and heartfelt article - Curtis was my nephew and he was loved by many - thanks
Thank you for a wonderful tribute. So many hearts are broken right now and it's words like these that help us all heal.
RIP Curtis, prayers to you and your family.
Lovely article on a lovely man. He will be greatly missed. he touched our hearts. RIP Curtis.
My heart goes out to his family and friends. What a sad loss. In honor of Curtis, we will make the jalapeno tofu recipe that he kindly sent us after we ate at Vesta.
Thank you Lori for such a wonderful tribute!
In Memoriam: God be with you.
Thank you, Lori. This was a necessary tribute.