My Brother Curtis: Your passing ends our forty-year journey with the gang of four which begun in your apartment at Lawrence Avenue, Boston, MA. I fondly remember our annual weekend reunions in Atlanta, Boston, Jackson, and El Paso. You added so much joy to our lives and your passing creates a great vacuum in our lives. I am glad that we had one last weekend reunion in January 2014.
Blessings to your family – Denzil (Boston, MA)
Curtis, my cherished friend for more than 40 years. You were the quintessential compassionate doctor and a kind, caring, supportive individual to everyone else. We had THE BEST CONVERSATIONS! I enjoyed your piano playing in Boston; the meals, recipes, and stories we shared as well. I'll miss you, but I'll not forget you. You deserve peace...
Curtis,much love and respect to you.When I think of you I think of the 4 L's of Life...Live-Love Laugh and Listening to music.Peace and Blessings to you my Brother...You will be missed, but thought of often...Patrice Rabouinhampton
Curtis was an older brother to me when we both worked at Boston University Medical Center and a dear friend for nearly 50 years. He always kept in touch and I knew that I would hear about his travels several times a year when he called to say "hi". I will miss him very much.
I will miss you, Curtis. I know you are in a better place.
Your Cousin, Lowndes