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Curt Weisenstein Obituary
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December 10, 2016

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October 24, 2007
I remember Curt from about 20 something years ago... My dad worked at Curt Smith's and Curt would always come in and deliver or pick up with his blue bag with a 'stop' sign on the end. I was about 5 or 6 and that was my first introduction to someone with a disability. He gave me candy. I moved away and returned a few years later as an adult and there he was like, well, clockwork :) Curt is essentially immortal as long as we keep him in our thoughts.
September 10, 2007
Time waits for no one. I'll miss him too.
September 9, 2007
My first memory of Kurt was at 313 on Main St., I think it was called The Down Town Abbey at that time though. I was not old enough to get in, but managed to anyhow. I cant remember what band was playing but I remember Kurt. He was doing some sort of shuffle dance right up front. From then on I saw him all over town. I always smiled and said hello. I never knew his name or even asked. I wish I would have.
September 7, 2007
Curt from Pie Pantry to 313 you were always brought smiles to peoples faces. The city will not be the same without you.
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