Gillmond Estill Curtsinger, Jr., 83, of Lawrenceburg, died Thursday March 28, 2013, at Heritage Hall Health Care Center in Lawrenceburg.
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He was the son of the late Gillmond Estill Curtsinger, Sr., and Katherine McCarty Curtsinger.
He attended Hope Community Church, and was a member of Sand Spring Baptist Church. He was a retired maintenance supervisor at Universal Fasteners for 45 years, and a self-employed master electrician in which he did all electrical work for the Lawrenceburg Fair and Horse Show.
He was instrumental in the formation of the Anderson County Rescue Squad and Emergency Medical Services. He was a member of the Anderson Masonic Lodge #90, and a member of the Lawrenceburg City Fire Department.
He was a member of the South Central Hackney Pony Association, and showed hackney ponies for many years.
He was survived by his five children, William Rice (Linda) Curtsinger, Vickie (Paul) Mitchell, Kelly (Gary) Hawkins, Emily (Mark) Scott, all of Lawrenceburg, and Lonnie (Kathy) Curtsinger, Jacksonville, Fla.; three sisters, Ann Hellard, Josephine Curran, and Bonnie Curtsinger, all of Lawrenceburg; 10 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son, Gary Curtsinger, and two brothers, G.L. Curtsinger, and Bobby Curtsinger.
Funeral services were held April 2 at Gash Memorial Chapel with Dr. Jeff Eaton officiating. Burial followed in the Sand Spring Cemetery with full fireman honors.
Casketbearers were the Lawrenceburg Fire & Rescue, Bill Curtsinger, Keith Nowlin, Gary Waldridge, Tim Reed, Jerry Baker and Charles W. Woods.
Honorary bearers will be Greg Curtsinger, Allen Hellard, Ronnie Hudnall, Larry Curtsinger, Ricky Hellard, Danny Curtsinger, and employees of Heritage Hall Health Care Center.
Published in The Anderson News on Apr. 3, 2013