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Ralph W. Curtis-Bey Obituary
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January 18, 2020

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January 17, 2020
My grandfather showed me never to complain about what I have or don't have, he couldn't walk and he was still a happy, grateful, and devoted person. Love you grandpa
January 14, 2020
Ralph Curtis-bey was my father and when I think of him today I am overwhelmed with thoughts of love, compassion, dedication and peace.

My father taught me many things that a father teaches his children but my dad had a finesse or style unlike no other. Dad taught me how to love myself and never be to harsh, he promised that it would help me to love and understand others. Dad taught me how to love and respect my brothers and sisters because they would be there for me always. Picking good friends was very important to him so he tried to instill the value of other people's presence in my life.

Dad would always tell me to keep my mind pure of ugly thoughts so that I might not trigger my lower self as we all have one.

Dad never taught me to catch or fish but he taught me that if I had tools, I could build anything even a working go-cart with a lawn mower motor.

Dad was always available if I had a problem and would give me solutions to solve them. Yelling and screaming was never his thing, he said it would only create a new problem to solve. He had a sense of humor that was out of this world so he was able to teach me that laughter was often the solution even if it was just laughing at myself.

Dad was humble so watching him talk to people or help others was often what I did. Dad did so with such a great deal of understanding and endless knowledge free for the world to gain. People could walk away from him with a renewed sense of responsibility. I was able to see him take in and love other people's children as his own and never looking backwards only wanting the best results for all of us.

I could go on but I don't want to take up too much time. My father was a great man that taught me to pray to God most importantly for my life. I remember dad singing a song called in my father's house, I knew he loved that song by the way he sang with his smile.

My father came here to do many jobs and he would say that I should never start new business without finishing my old business and Teaching dedication was one of the many transparent ways I will remember him. I will say that he definitely did his job well.

I will carry my dad in my heart because he was hand picked for me. I will be forever grateful for his presence in my life as it is priceless and precious to me. I know that I will see him again in a much better place and we will talk about many things and there will be peace.

Thank you for your time.

Sharon Angela Curtis
December 28, 2019
My dad lived his life to the fullest and never complained. If he fell, he always got right back up. He instilled knowledge wisdom and honor in all of his children, Thanks dad
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