Curtis Aiden Gough

Baltimore, Maryland


Baltimore, Maryland


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GOUGH, Curtis Aiden After a long and courageous battle CURTIS "CURT" A., age 54, was called home on October 6, 2005, loving and cherished husband of Diane S. Gough (nee Dietz) for 28 years. Devoted father of triplet daughters, Ashley V., Katie R. and Jaclyn M. Gough. Beloved son of John...

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Dear Diane, Ashley, Jackie and Katie,
What a special man! I can't begin to express my sorrow that Curt is not with you in person. I know that he is no longer in pain and is resting peacefully, but that still doesn't make the sadness that one feels go away. You have your hearts, that I'm sure are filled with his love. Curt's sense of humor was out there and what a joy to be around. Curt helped me through a difficult time when my brother passed and I am forever indebted. I feel...

Ashley, Katie, Jackie,
I'm so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. It's not supposed to be that way. Dads are supposed to be there for their teenagers. I'm sure your dad will be there for you deep in your hearts as you go on with your lives. Your mom you have side by side in your lives, your dad you will have heart to heart. And of course your lovely parents gave you the wonderful gift of each other as sisters, as triplets. Lean on each other and with God's help the three of you...

Diane and Girls,
Curt was one of those people who are never forgotten and serve as an inspiration to so many.I feel fortunate to call him a "cousin"....I know you will miss him terribly but he is still within each of you. You all,also, are to be admired and respected for the grace and dignity you always showed during his illness. Your own strengths did not go unnoticed and will serve you well in the days to come.It was obvious to anyone who spent time with your family, that...

Dearest Diane, Ashley, Katie and Jaclyn - Curt the kind, loving, compassionate and wonderful husband and father, was truly a power of example and will be missed. Diane, you as his loving wife and partner, also a power of example, to have traveled this journey with this wonderful man, supporting him and your daughters, throughout his struggle for life. Words cannot begin to express the sadness of his physical loss, but as your obit reads, he has been called home. May he always be watching...