2018-05-16 / Obituaries

CURTIS WAYNE SALTZMAN

CURTIS WAYNE SALTZMAN, 67, of Davison, passed away Thursday, May 10, 2018 at the Pines of Burton after a long and difficult battle with cancer.

Curt was born in Flint, on September 12, 1950, son of the late Ernest and Nettie (King) Saltzman. He has five children with his first wife, Susan. Curt later married Mary (Williams) on May 29, 1993, and has two step-daughters. He graduated from Mt. Morris High School in 1968. Curt had an 18 year career as a meat cutter at Farmer Pete’s in Chesaning. Later, he drove a delivery truck for Tom Ryan Distributing Co. in Flint. He enjoyed playing cards, casino trips, watching his grandchildren play sports and gardening. Curt especially liked picking his banjo for hours with his Uncle Vernon when he came to visit from Missouri.

Curt is survived by his loving wife, Mary Saltzman; children, Lisa, Debbie, Darlene, Brian and Lindsay; step-daughters, Nichelle and Melissa; 11 grandchildren; youngest brother, Larry; step-mother, Eleanor; sister-in-law, Jean; and many other loving family members and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Ernest “Ben” and Nettie (King) Saltzman; eldest brother, Ernie and nephew, Ernest John.

The family would like to thank the staff of the Pines of Burton and Kindred Hospice for the wonderful care Curt received.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Kindred Hospice, 4458 Oakbridge Drive, Suite B, Flint, MI 48532 or any charity of your choice.

A Funeral Service was held Monday, May 14, 2018 at Allen Funeral Home, 9136 Davison Rd., Davison, MI 48423; Rev. Patricia Jarvis officiating. Cremation took place following the service.

Please share your thoughts with the family at www.allenfuneralhomeinc.com.

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