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Curtis J. Braun Obituary
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October 22, 2018

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November 7, 2017
Curtis was "Uncle Curt" to me. He was a major influence that sparked my interest in computers and electronics. That interest, and the curiosity that goes with it, have carried through my entire life in the form of both my career and my hobbies. I think that his enthusiasm in those areas (and really anything that he put his mind to) was infectious; I couldn't help but adopt the same interests.

Beyond being an influence, Curtis also helped me navigate through my college years through simple gestures. When I was a freshman, he would, for example, have me over for dinner or bring rolls of quarters for the laundry. Both were simple gestures, but they were precisely what I needed - to alleviate homesickness and the practical need to do my laundry - rather than more flashy gestures that wouldn't actually improve my situation. Curtis's ability to connect with and understand others, in this case me, allowed him to understand what someone truly need, and he was happy to help others.

Unfortunately, I lost touch with Curtis after I moved away from Rochester, though we would check in with each other several times over the years. I regret not doing a better job keeping in touch, because I enjoyed speaking to him as I moved through different milestones in my life.

It's been several years since I last spoke to him, but I feel a substantial loss nonetheless. I feel an even bigger loss for his boys because the first thing that he would talk to me about, every time we spoke, would be how proud he was of their latest endeavors. I hope to be a part of continuing his spirit, through instilling part of it in my own children.
November 6, 2017
Dear Chris's family and friends,
I have many fond memories of Curtis as part of our spiritual group and other gatherings. He was a dynamic, energetic, brilliant, and caring person. He will be sorely missed. Love, light, healing Nd prayers to his friends and family.
Love, Sandy
October 23, 2017
My sincere condolences to you, your family and friends. It's been a hard last five years. You have all been there for him and he was so proud of you. Wish I could be there, but you know I am in spirit. In love and light, pattie
October 22, 2017