James Sterling Curd, Sr.
Apr 8, 1927 - Jan 26, 2017
Posted by: Ann Weber
STUMPFF FUNERAL HOME
BARTLESVILLE, WASHINGTON CO, OK
Mrs. Curd preceded him in death on April 6, 2011 and Mr.
Curd has continued his home in Bartlesville since that time. Mr. Curd
enjoyed hunting, was a longtime avid golfer and he loved playing cards
with his friends at Hillcrest Country Club where he was a longtime
member. He loved his wife, children and grand children with all his
heart. He spoke with great pride of all their many accomplishments and
was especially proud of his relationship with his nephew Larry Curd.
Mr. Curd is survived by one son, James Sterling ďJimĒ Curd Jr. and wife Kacy of Bartlesville, one daughter, Deborah Lynn Martin and husband Charles of Colorado Springs, Colorado, five grandchildren, Austin Sterling Curd and wife Stephanie, Landon James Curd and wife Kristin, Holli Lynn Bloise and husband Ben, Jonathan Martin and Tyler James Martin and wife Kalie, and eleven great grandchildren.
In addition to
his wife he was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, Oscar
Lawrence Curd and one sister, Jean McMahon.
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