A big smile accompanied by a contagious laugh is the Curf I will always remember.We enjoyed many great times together. to mention a few,our trip to Rhode Island to visit my family,spending thanksgiving with his parents wintering in Phenix,the Kentucky Derby,and Fort Knox for testing for Regular Air Force Status. ABC was my best Air force Buddy and friend. A one of a kind true American that all who knew will greatly miss. Our sympathy goes out to his bride Dorothy and his beautiful daughters Carmen,Reggie and Jennifer in their loss. Mark and Cece Farnum
A fine soldier and good friend. It was an honor and a plleasure to serve under him. May the Lord bless the family he leaves behind as he rests in peace.
While growing up I always enjoyed proud lion love like a Father to a son from Arden. His wife, Gin, and daughters mirrored his glad heart and radiated joyous sunshine upon me. I'm sure he'd like them to know he is watching out for them every moment from the heavens! OX!
I've known and been a friend of ABC for over 65 years. We've flown together and partied together for many years in my home and his.
He was a very dear fiend and I miss him greatly.
He is a real hero.
Col. Patrick Lewis
Arden Curfman was a dear friend of Col. Anthony Cimino, who passed away two years ago. Tony was my companion for 12 years and I too, felt like I knew Arden. I have his e-mail address and have sent him many e-mails through the years. I was sorry to hear that he had passed away. Please accept my sincere condolences. Beverly Strickland, Edgewater, Md.
I enjoyed playing golf with Col. Curf and his company very much. He will be missed. David H. Pace
Curf was a great guy, we can't think of him without a smile on his face. We enjoyed good times at the Lake Country Club and on the golf course with he and Virginia. Really wonderful people.
Elizabeth & Dick Houston
A fine man, a fine officer and a fine commander. I was proud to serve under him. Tom Arnone