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3000 E. Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47401
Phone: 812-333-4400
Fax: 812-333-4445
Curtis Dean Cox

Curtis Dean Cox

Monday, March 10th, 1947 - Sunday, May 24th, 2020
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Obituary

Curtis Dean Cox, 73, of Bloomington passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at Golden Living Center. Curtis was born March 10, 1947 in Nashville, TN, and was the son of the late George William and Donna Lea (Bledsoe) Cox.
Curtis was a 1965 graduate of Bloomington High School and was in the Order of DeMolay, during high school. He went on to serve in the United States Air Force as a Medic from 1966-1970. Later serving in the Air National Guard as a Medical Service Tech from 1978-1982 serving in Norway in the Special Op Force, which was high security. Curtis later became a Registered Respiratory Therapist and a Licensed Practical Nurse. At one point he also served as a Licensed Private Investigator for the State of Indiana, and had worked with Airport Transport Hospitals. He was a member of the Order of the Arrow with the Boy Scouts of America.
Curtis was very patriotic and a member of the American Legion. He highly supported the Military and Law Enforcement.
Survivors include his daughter, Tracy Wrightsman (Glenn) of Terre Haute; son, Cody Brennan of Columbus, Ohio; 2 sisters, Diana “Jody” Cox and Jackie Tate (Greg) of Bloomington; 5 grandchildren, Griffin, Ella, Garrett, Savannah, and Ashley; 2 nephews and 5 great nephews.
Curtis was preceded in death by his parents and wife, Jeanne (Deni) Cox.
Private family graveside services will be held at Valhalla Memory Gardens with Pastor Jim Cain.
Curtis’s family would like to thank Chris Arkenau with Veteran’s Carebridge for all of his help over the past few years and the nursing staff at the Golden Living Center.
In lieu of flowers donations may be given to American Burton Woolery Post 18 1800 W. Third St. Bloomington 47403
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    BLOOMINGTON, IN 47404
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Jackie Tate

Posted at 08:30pm
A portion of an email sent to us from Chris Arkenau with Veterans Care Bridge:

The Obituary was beautifully done. I love the photo’s you chose. They are perfect. Thank you for the kind words as well. We will miss Curtis. I let the staff know he passed away and they all were very saddened by this news. Curtis impacted a lot of lives and most likely didn’t even know it. Life is amazing that way. We all are gifts to each other. Curtis certainly was a gift to us. Thank you for all that you and Jody have done. You are both amazing ladies. If you need anything else, please let me know. I will keep you all in my prayers.
JT

Jackie Tate

Posted at 06:05am
A friend of Tracy's posted this memory on facebook. Thank you Melissa Dawn Chambers Baker!

Oh dear, I am so sorry. This hits a little hard, as he took me right along with the two of you to our father daughter dance because my daddy was already gone from this life. I love you. I’m thinking of you. I’m so sorry, sweet lady! 💔
JL

Jeannine Lish

Posted at 10:17pm
Dear Jodi & Jackie & family, News of Curt's death (on my 75th, 5/24 birthday) came as an unsuspected shock. Thank you for sharing this with us, dear cousins. I am grateful that we had the opportunity to visit with Curt a few times, but didn't really get to know him at all; he seemed reserved & not much of a talker. I had no idea that he was in failing health, or that his wife had passed away, nor if he had any children. Losing your only brother changes the family dynamics a bit, speaking from experience after taking care of my brother John in our home from 1993-2015. John died the day after Mother's Day in 2015 from pneumonia & other health conditions. Thank you both for keeping in touch; hope to get back to Indiana again one of these next summers. You are invited to come visit us - anytime; we're 60 minutes north of the Sea-Tac airport...when there's no heavy traffic! God bless you, Shalom, & much love & hugs! Jeannine & Alan (Lanny) Lish
 
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Jackie Tate Posted at 06:01am

Thank you! Curt was a bit more reserved then us but get him talking about his time in the military, he would talk your ear off!! His health had struggled for quite some time, no longer in pain is a blessing. Thank you...
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