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Curley Culp

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January 17, 2022 "To the family, many, many friends, and fans of this great person who played a defensive lineman out of Arizona State in 1968 by the Denver Broncos. Mr. Curley Culp was a Hall of Fame nose tackle who won a Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs. He had a wonderful career in football. May you find comfort in your wealth of fond memories together with Mr. Curley Culp. May the God of comfort bless your grieving hearts with strength, loving kindness and peace as the world copes with the loss of Mr. Curley Culp. " - Tony (DC)
December 08, 2021 "To the Culp family, we offer our condolences and prayers. May God bless and comfort you." - Rick Labistre (Yuma, AZ)
December 03, 2021 "Hi Collette, I am so sorry to hear about Curly´s passing. I remember the cute stories you would share about him and your boys when we worked together at Missouri City Middle School. I hope you and Chad and Christopher are doing okay. I´m happy that you have the blessings of your sons and grandkids to help you through this sad time. Becky" - Becky Pruett
December 02, 2021 "It was an honor to meet Curly and his wife after I purchased his dog named Tojo,, I pray Collette can find peace knowing she had a very good husband and provider,, Curly is with Tojo in heaven." - Guy Nedbalek (Batson, TX)
December 01, 2021 "While many of you know Curley as a NFL Hall of Farmer, I have known him from our days in Yuma as a hard working and competitive athlete. I went to the other high school, Kofa, and played football against him. In our senior year, we both worked at a ice house moving 300 lb. ice blocks to waiting box cars shipping cantaloupes to market. He could move the blocks with ease and you would never know of his state championship wrestling prowess unless you asked. You was a most humble, genuine and I say gentle person off the field of play. While we were the top Yuma athletes at the time, he went to ASU and I to Kansas to run. It was always with pleasure and pride to watch Curley succeed at the highest level of athletic achievement. He is certainly going to be missed by a whole host of people, Yuma will never forget him and his positive contribution across a wide spectrum of society. " - David Mansfield
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