MYRON P. CURZAN
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MYRON P. CURZAN "Mike"  
Mike Curzan died on March 18, 2016. He was 75. He was predeceased by his wife of more than fifty years, Mary Curzan (nee Hannah) and is survived by three daughters, Elisabeth, Anne and Katherine; and five grandchildren, Nikolai, Hannah, Alexandra, William and Stefan. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, April 3 at 10 a.m. at the Kenwood Golf & Country Club, 5601 River Road, Bethesda, MD.  Born in New York City, Mike graduated from Columbia College in NYC, was a Woodrow Wilson fellow in the graduate program of Yale University, where he received an MA in History, and received a JD from the Columbia University School of Law in 1965. Upon graduation, Mike clerked for Chief Judge Roger Traynor of the California Supreme Court, then worked as a legislative aid for Senator Robert Kennedy. He joined the law firm of Arnold & Porter in 1967 and became a partner in 1972. While at Arnold & Porter, Mike founded MPC & Associates in 1984 in order to pursue his passion for real estate development consulting and finance for exempt organizations and corporations, and he served as the first President of APCO Associates. In 1991, Mike became Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company. Mike also served at various times as the President, Vice Chairman, and CEO of the National Captioning Institute, as a Trustee of George Washington University, and as a Board member of the Rocky Mountain Institute. Most recently, Mike founded and served as CEO of UniDev LLC. Mike was a devoted family man, a loyal friend, a committed mentor, and an avid sports enthusiast.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to support the scholarship in Mike''s name at George Washington University. Checks should be written to George Washington University with "Myron P. Curzan Scholarship Fund" in the memo and be sent to: Attn. Mari Chin, George Washington University, 2033 K Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20052. 

Published by The Washington Post on Mar. 27, 2016.
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I worked with Mike for almost 2 years as his trainer and tennis coach. Mike allowed me to work on his body with new methods of development and training. It saddened me to find out he passed. I know it´s 5 years ago but we had a connection and I found this after looking him up. I miss you Mike!
Christopher Hoey
July 17, 2021
I met Myron when I was a freshman at Columbia College. My father just passed away and I was a commuter. It was difficult time for me as I did not connect with many people at Columbia. Myron befriended me and initially was the only person there for me during this difficult time. I will always remember his kindness and caring.
Robert Bloom M.D.
April 18, 2016
I just learned of Myron's passing. My first thought was meeting him in September 1957 playing half court hoops during freshmen week at Columbia. He loved playing. Then I remembered his brainpower, simpatico and social consciousness. I liked him very much. It is sad that he cannot keep helping others.
Jerry Grossman
April 17, 2016
We'll miss our neighbor, Mike, and we still miss Mary. Our deepest condolences to the family.
Mark and Polly Walsh
April 3, 2016
One of the joys of the past 10 years was getting to know Mike through our bi- or tri-monthly lunches, courtesy of Jim Edmondson. He had wide-ranging interests, still followed sports, and was a passionate fan of his daughters and grandchildren. Moreover, he was decent, kind, and very funny! I shall miss him and send my very deepest condolences.
Marc Lackritz
March 30, 2016
Wonderful and intelligent man. He and Mary were our weekly dining companions during the summer up here in Northern Michigan for years. We will miss his indominable spirit.
Bob and Jane Cardinal
Robert and Jane Cardinal
March 28, 2016
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
March 28, 2016
Deepest condolences to Mike's family on their loss.
Liz Tankersley
March 25, 2016
Working with Mike many years ago and knowing Mike and Mary was one of the signicant joys and inspirations of my life. Mike embraced the action and passion of his time. He made a difference. He stood up for his ideals. He acted to improve the life of others. He sent forth many ripples of hope. He helped sweep down the mighty walls of oppression and resistance.
John McEvoy
March 24, 2016
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