BORN, Frederic Curtis "Curt"
(Retired Engineer of CP Rail and dedicated volunteer to
Trinity Pentecostal Church Maintenance)
Suddenly at home on Sunday, July 15, 2018. Loving son of Lori Smithson (Jack) née Packham and the late Frederic Born. Loving brother of Joanne Walsh (Robert) and Lisa Hart (Steve). Devoted uncle to Justin (Jesse), Amber (Troy), Brendon (Hayley), Dylan and Hunter and great uncle to Hazel and Grey. Will be missed by his cat Lucy. A private family service will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Curt may be made to Trinity Pentecostal Church or a charity of choice and may be made through McINTOSH-ANDERSON-KELLAM FUNERAL HOME LTD., 152 King Street East, Oshawa (905-433-5558).
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Jul 18, 2018Karen Roberts
Curt was a kind and caring individual in my neighborhood and always took time to say hello or help. I am so sorry for your loss and would like to send my condolences to the family.
Jul 19, 2018Terry Lee
Curt was such a nice person I met Curt when I was his Mailman on Brock Street South in Whitby. I was sorry to see him move I use to enjoy our Conversations I will miss him as he use to drop into my work place and we would talk about Motorcycles. My Condolences to his Family May he Rest In Peace he was Gentle Soul !
Jul 19, 2018Jacqui Chin
My thoughts to the family. I worked with Curt at CP rail. We always had good conversations and he was a gentle soul. Rest In Peace brother.
Jul 19, 2018Greg Banton
Very sad news. I work with Curt for many years and I will miss him. He was a stand up guy who was the first in line to help. A gentle generous man.
Jul 19, 2018Bruce MacDonald
Our deepest condolence to your family Curt ,you left us way too early. It was always a pleasure to see I was working with you. May you have high greens all the rest of you trip brother.
Jul 19, 2018Duane Lemaire
I am saddened to hear the news of Curt’s passing . I worked many trips with Curt. He was a great work friend and co worker . I have many fond memories of our time at CP Rail. Brother Duane Lemaire
Jul 19, 2018Ron Bowman
My condolences to Curt's family. I'm a retired Conductor and I worked with Curt a number of times over the years & I can say without reservation that he was real gentleman.
Jul 20, 2018Don & Evi Greenwood
Curt was a 'salt of the earth' guy, who will be missed by all who have known him, the kind of person you wish was in your life longer. He was a considerate person, who liked to 'do things right' as best he knew how, ready to help others, and would never want to do what might make life more difficult for someone else. He showed great dedication keeping the grounds of Trinity Pentecostal Church looking good; summer and winter he was out shovelling, plowing, mowing, trimming, even when he had worked all week. Our consolation, Curt, is that you are now with Terri, whom you loved and cared for, and Jesus, the best lover of all. We know you wouldn't want to be back here now, for anything. So we weep for ourselves and others you left behind, not for you, and we pray that as many of us as possible will later be joining you in that land where there's no more night.
Jul 30, 2018Jen
I knew Curt from Trinity Church. He was always helping with the yard work, all summer and all winter. He made sure the church looked superb. He liked to talk about his books and would even share them if we were interested enough. Curt was a generous man. He will be missed.
Jul 31, 2018Steve Leitner
you will be missed on Wednesday night bible studies. rest in peace my friend.
Aug 5, 2018merlin gajadar
i had the opportunity to know curt. He will be missed by trinity folks. he was known for his kindness and servant heart. he is a loss to us but gain to heaven.
Sep 4, 2018Dave Hughes
May I offer my sincerest condolences to Curt's family and friends...he was a good man! I always enjoyed working with him and the discussions we had on the worlds issues when we worked together. May he find eternal peace and happiness at the right side of his God in heaven.
Oct 3, 2018Scott Fairbairn
I was stunned today to learn about Curt's passing. I spent a lot of my teenage years hanging out with him. I gradually lost touch with him due to work and school, but I never forgot him. He had a great sense of humour and a curious mind and he was one of the hardest working people I've ever known. He will be in my thoughts and prayers forever. Rest in peace friend.