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Curtis Gearhart

Ankeny, Iowa

Feb 22, 1984 – Nov 7, 2016 (Age 32)


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Ankeny Funeral Home and Crematory Obituary

Curtis L. Gearhart, 32, passed away Monday, November 7, 2016. Graveside services will be held at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, November 10, 2016 at the Iowa Veterans Cemetery in Van Meter, Iowa. Curtis was born February 22, 1984 in Newton, Iowa to Curtis Gearhart and Joni (Evans) Frette. He graduated...

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Thank you for your services rip angel


I know I haven't seen or talked to you for 5+ years.... But, I will never forget the brotherhood we shared.You were taken away from this world too soon. I'll miss you brother.


I am sorry for your loss RIP SIR thanks for serving our country and for the family heart and prayers go out to the family and friends. Thank for serving our country!

I light this candle in your honor as I'm sure you lit up the room with your presence. Mere words can not express our condolences for the loss of a fellow Veteran who served his country without a second thought. Soar with the Angels in Heaven as you look down on your friends, family and to all who loved you as you loved them. Our deepest sympathy goes out to your family, children, fellow comrades & to Valesca. Thank you for your service to our country and R.I.P. Curtis. You will never be...

There are no words to express how I feel over your loss, you will be in my prayers may God grant you peace .

R.I.P. Sir.
Thank you for your service and sacrifices. We love you.
Praying for your family.

I know there are no words to console his family, friends, comrades and all of the Americans that appreciate all he gave for us. You have all the sympathy I can offer to you. I know you will be sorely missed by your children and may your memory remain alive in their hearts. RIP Curtis and know you are home with your brothers that went before you.

Sharon Myers (La.)

May you fly with the angels, Curtis Gearhart! Thank you for your Service so our country can be free. My deepest condolences are with your family.