Kenneth Douglas Curtis, 67, of Greenbrier, passed away on Friday September 3, 2021, at his home.
At his request, his remains were cremated, and his family will hold a Memorial Service at a future date.
Mr. Curtis was born March 7, 1954, in Westmoreland to the late Douglas and Juanita Howell Curtis. He was retired from Ford Glass, he attended Greenfield Missionary Baptist Church in Greenbrier, and was a member of the Ham Radio Club.
Mr. Curtis was a Civil War reenactor, a Sky Diving instructor with right at 1000 jumps himself. He enjoyed traveling and was an avid supporter of the Wounded Warriors and Tunnel to Towers organizations.
He is survived by his wife: Diana Pyland Curtis of Greenbrier, by his daughter: Victoria Lynne Sloan of Greenbrier, by his brother: Mike (Mimi) Curtis of Mississippi, by his brother-in-law: Donald Wayne Pyland of Goodlettsville, by his nephew: John Douglas (Nichole) Curtis of Nashville, by his aunt: Era Mae (Thomas) Gregory of Gallatin, by his uncle: Don (Alice) Curtis of Gallatin, and by numerous friends, cousins, and church friends.
If so desired, memorial contributions may be made in Mr. Curtis’s memory to either Wounded Warriors or Tunnel to Towers.
Robertson County Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.