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Alan "Curtis" Orr

Vacaville, California

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Alan "Curtis" OrrMarch 26, 1947 - June 27, 2012Alan "Curtis" Orr, passed away on June 27, 2012 at his home, at the age of 65. Curtis graduated from Benicia High School in 1965, then served in the National Guard. He retired from PG&E after 28 years of service. Curtis lived in Vacaville until...

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To the Orr family, my sincere sadness to you. Looking back at my school pictures, Curtis first appeared in them in 3rd grade at Robert Semple School. I too lived in the "Highlands" and remember going over to Curtis' house many times. I can't remember the last time I saw him, but no matter if it had been last week or several years had passed, Curtis was always happy to see and old friend & classmate. He will surely be missed by all of us who knew and loved him.

Curtis, it's been a long time since we worked together and  I have many happy memories of that time.  My prayers go to your family.

Curtis, I know when I say this that a lot of people at PG&E will agree with me. We missed your wit and humor when you left the company and you will be in a lot of peoples memories as you leave this world to go to a better place.

Curt was as I have said, "bigger than life" we grew up in the Highlands together and his sister Linda married my cousin Rod. Although I was younger he was always good to me in those days......He shall be missed....RIP my friend.

Randy Little

Curtis and I were very good friends in high school. We used to talk for hours on the phone and had some good laughs. I haven't seen him for many years, but often thought about him and how he was doing. I miss the days when we were friends . Wish we had stayed in touch. Goodbye my old friend, may you rest in peace.
Nadine Clyma Gulden

I went to school at Robert Semple in Benicia many years ago with Curtis in grandes 4-6. He was always in my class, and was the class "cutie". He was gregarious and fun to watch. He had a good sense of who he was even as a kid. My "inner child" is very sad knowing he has left us; He was "cool" and smart. My love and sympathy go out to all those who loved him and will miss him. I'm sure you became a fine man.

We will miss Curtis and his "Loving Spirit and Joyful Outlook". Paul & Mary Gallon