Curtis E. Thompson


Curtis E. Thompson was born in Columbus, Ohio to Patti Anne Jones on April 11, 1967. He passed away on March 1, 2021. He went on to meet the love of his life Shawna Towns whom he married in 1994. Together they raised a beautiful family while he worked in many restaurants as a cook around Columbus and he was a highly skilled maintenance man. He was loved by family, friends and people whose lives he touched along the way.

He was a loving grandfather who loved cooking with his wife, fishing, watching old western and karate movies and his favorite sports teams (the Lakers for basketball and the Red Skins for football). But above all things, he loved spending time with his family. He made sure to be a fierce provider and protector for the people he loved.

Curtis was born to a single mother who did her very best to provide for her family. He lived in Columbus Ohio where he grew up with his two brothers and his sister. He also had two extended brothers Tony Goodwin and Oliver Kibby who has always been by his side. He was a devoted Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Grandfather, Uncle, Cousin and Friend. He was very big on being a family man.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Patti Anne Thompson, brother Vernon Thompson and sister Dorothy Thompson. He leaves to cherish his memory his Wife Shawna Towns Thompson, four sons Keenan Thompson, Kadeem Thompson, Jaquan Thompson and Ronald Towns, one daughter TaQuila Gay, four grandchildren, Kiyonna Reeves, Maquel Thompson, Jernei Campbell and Aubree Thompson. He also has three Surviving brothers Bernard Thompson, Tony Goodwin and Oliver Kibby and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Private Visitation 10:00 AM and Private Funeral Service 11:00 AM Friday, March 26, 2021 at Chapel of Peace – East, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. Interment at Evergreen Burial Park. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.


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