Mrs. Alice Curvin
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Private graveside services for Mrs. Alice Curvin, 90, of Anniston, will be held by the family at Anniston Memorial Gardens. There will be no public visitation held, per the family's wishes.
Mrs. Curvin went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, December 30, 2020.
Mrs. Curvin is preceded in death by her parents, Clifford Key, and Bertha Walker Key; her husband, Rev. Thomas Curvin; and her siblings, Burton Key, Leo Key, and Dot Patterson.
Left to cherish Mrs. Curvin's memory are her daughters, Dianne (Wayne) Griffith, and Barbara (Denton) Harden, all of Anniston; three grandchildren, Todd (Dana) Griffith of Ft. Myers, FL, Stephanie (Greg) Griffin of Ellerslie, GA, and Alicia (Jeremy) Forrest of Jacksonville; six great-grandchildren, Alex and Chael Griffith, Natalie, Matthew, and Daniel Griffin, and Cleat Forrest; and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Curvin was a devoted Christian and a faithful member of West Park Heights Baptist Church. She enjoyed talking to people, drinking her cups of coffee during fellowship, and making new friends at McClellan Senior Living. Mrs. Curvin was loved by so many. Her caring demeanor shined through in many ways, to include being a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Mrs. Curvin supported and followed her husband through the years as a devoted pastor's wife and never wavered to care for her family in every way possible way. She was a hard worker, keeping up her home and making her family the center of her life. To know Mrs. Curvin was to love her and she will be greatly missed.
Online condolences to the family at: www.annistonmemorial.com.
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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 2, 2021.
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January 3, 2021
My husband did some painting and home repairs for Alice through the years. I worked some with him at her home.Absolutely the sweetest lady.Always smiling and her home and yard were spotless.I know she will be greatly missed.Ronald and Sissy Peak
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January 2, 2021
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January 2, 2021
Sweetest & happiest Pastor’s wife. She always enjoyed the Sunday lunches at our house after church on Sunday. Loved her & Brother Tom❤
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