Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Delbert C. Curtis, 67, a heavy duty mechanic who owned and operated his own shop at Hayden Lake before retiring three years ago, died today at the hospital here. He resided at Hayden Lake. Mr. Curtis was born in Big Timber, Montana, and married the former Garnet Greenfield at Sandpoint Sept. 8, 1942, the couple moving here from Whithall, Montana, 26 years ago. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors are his widow, at the home; a step-son, Russell Greenfield, Billings, Montana; two brothers, Reed Curtis, Brigham City, Utah, and Guy Curtis, Escondido, California; and four sisters, Mrs. Florence Brown, Monroe, Utah; Mrs. Ada Johansen, Newhall, California; Mrs. Ina Spongberg, Visalia, California; and Mrs. Lovant Sinks, Lakewood, California.
Delbert's memorial service program states that he was born 31 May 1901 at Big Timber, Montana and that he died 17 July 1968 at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. His funeral was held on 20 July 1968 and he was buried at the Restlawn Memorial Park in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.