Curtis Jones

By November 13, 2012 Obituaries

Curtis Jones, 53 of North Charleston died on Saturday.  Mr. Jones worked as a manager in the hotel industry.  He was the husband of Deborah Jones.   A memorial service for Mr. Jones will take place on Monday, November 19 at 11:00AM at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church (7396 Rivers Avenue  North Charleston, SC 29406) Arrangements are by Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services.

3 Comments

  • Regina Canty says:

    Our hearts are so heavy right now. Curtis you have been the best godbrother anybody could have. I just spoke to you Thursday and we were laughing and joking about growing up in Brooklyn. My family and I have been crying ever since we got the news. We love you so much. There are not enough words in this lifetime to say how much we will miss you and your long phone calls. You have been there for the Canty’s and all our hearts are aching, especially my mother’s. Every time I hear an Al Green song, I will think of you and look to the sky. I know your happy because your with your mother now. R.I.P. Curtis you will truly be missed. Love, the Canty’s.

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    • Helen Mitchell says:

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  • Katherine White says:

    To family of Mr. Curtis; my heart is so sad! I have known Mr. Curtis for about three years now and I love him as if he was part of my family. I am so sad to have heard of his passing. I am even more sad that I could not say my goodbyes. I am his property manager and came to work today to find out Mr. Curtis had passed. I cannot say enough about him, he always kept me in stitches. He was a good person who made me smile no matter what. Oh how I wished I would have known because I can hear him now; Katherine how dare you not come to my funeral. He will truly be missed! To his kids he loved you guys deeply and how proud he was. To his Favorite Aunt T; he spoke so highly of you. He knew you always had his back. He loved you all! He was nice enough to share his family with me. Maybe not physically but with words, he would tell me how special you guys were. Just remember he did his best; it was not perfect but it was his best. He was honest in forth right when he talked to me; he said, “I am not perfect I did things I am not proud of so I can forgive the ones who done me wrong because I have not always done right by them.” Much Love and Respect Mr. Curtis; you kept it real until the end.

    Katherine White
    Property Manager of Cooper’s Pointe