Curtis Mcalpine departed this life on December 31, 2019, surrounded by his family. Curtis was born on April 25, 1942 in Boligee, Alabama, to the late Ernest and Artelia Mcalpine. Curtis was educated in Alabama and graduated in 1960 from Greene County Training School. Introduced to Christ at a young age, he was a member of Mount Pilgrim Primitive BaptistChurch in Tishabee, Alabama, where he sang in the choir.
In 1963, Curtis relocated to Danbury, Connecticut, where he met and married his best friend and companion, Elenor (Peele) Mcalpine. He was employed by Kimberly Clark for twenty four years as the Crew Leader of the Fem-care department. Upon retirement, Curtis devoted his time to taking care of his beloved wife Elenor, who had fallen ill and was called home by the Lord in 2006. However, he was blessed to find love again when he met Diane Lucas. Curtis was a loving father, wonderful husband and great partner. Curtis was a member of New Hope Baptist Church and was a devoted man of God.
Curtis is survived by his loving daughters, Susie Mcalpine-Chmelko (Andrew), Sheresa Humiston (Ricky) of Danbury; grandchildren, Jordon Mcalpine, Vanessa Giannico and Ricky Humiston III; great grandchildren, Aaliyah Wilkins, Amari Robinson; sisters, Edna Wilson of Huntsville, Alabama, Bernice St. Rome (Gerald) of Rosedale, New York, Rubey Jones (Charles) of Vallejo, California, Annette Forbes (Noel) Valley Stream, New York; brother, Thomas Mcalpine (Elizabeth) of Newman, Georgia; loving partner and family, Diane Lucas, Carrie Lucas, Lexi Lucas and A.J. Moreno and a host of nieces, nephews, family members and friends.
Curtis was predeceased by his wife Elenor Mcalpine, his brother Clarence Mcalpine and his brother-in-law John Wilson. Curtis was a loving man with a big heart who was always there to help others and was loved by so many. He will be sadly missed.
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