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December 05, 2016

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September 24, 2016
Kurt was a most amazing person. He listened to everyone and judged no one.. Even though life was not kind to him. He had a swimming accident when he was only 29 that left him paralyzed. He invented ways to make his life in a wheelchair more tolerable. He was a master of inventions and his wit could make you laugh and think differently about things. Everyone who met him had to love him because he was the real thing, a person you wanted as a friend. I am so lucky to have been his big sister and miss him more than words could ever say. Kurt, I love you and miss you daily.
November 24, 2014
I just found out about Kurt's passing and I am at a loss for words. I was sure to see him again as I often did driving my family down to our house on Schenley Road. We moved last year after 10 years on Schenley Road so I was not up to date on neighbors so this came as surprisingly sad news. I did not know his family and friends and just got to know him on his own friendly outgoing presence on the sidewalk in his wheels.
I echo the sentiments below: what a nice guy! Always upbeat despite extremely difficult circumstances.
I would pull over in the car and get the latest news from the mayor. He was always informed about current events and the latest goings on. I liked how he ended sentences with "and stuff".
What an exceptional fellow. A heroic fellow who will remain a role model for many of us, his fans.
Best to Kurt and his family.
Chris Cortright
November 23, 2014
I bought my first house on Schenley Rd. One of the hardest things about leaving Baltimore 11 yrs ago, was leaving Schenley Rd and Kurt was a big piece of that. To his family and close friends, I am so sorry for the too early loss of this wonderful man. I am glad to have known him and been part of the little community of which he was the worthy center.
November 5, 2014
I'm so sorry to hear of Kurt's death. I clearly remember that day in Ocean City when I was sitting on the beach and that wave changed his life forever. Although I hadn't seen Kurt or any of the family for many years, I cherished knowing him, loved working for the family insurance agency and am so sorry for you loss. May he rest in peace and I hope he is dancing with the angels.
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