OBITUARY

Curtis Saufley Allin Jr.

August 19, 1928January 15, 2019

Allin Jr., Curtis Saufley 90, of Louisville, TN passed away Tuesday, January 15, 2019. He was born in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Curtis attended Jefferson City Missouri Junior College and the University of New Hampshire. He trained with Casagrande Consultants at Harvard University and then was the Lab Supervisor in the Civil Engineering Department at UT Knoxville for 40 years. Curtis was a proud US Army veteran who served in the Korean war. He was a member of Alcoa United Methodist Church. Curtis was preceded in death by his loving wife of 64 years, Rita Allin; parents, Curtis and Estelle Allin. He is survived by children, Curtis (Suzanne) Allin III, Cindy (Mark Brown) Allin; grandchildren, Taylor Allin, Curtis Allin IV. The family would like to thank the staff at Brookdale Browns Creek and Brookdale Sandy Springs for their exceptional care. Family will have a private service at Sherwood Chapel with entombment at Sherwood Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the Honor Air 7536 Taggart Ln. Knoxville, TN 37938.

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Curtis Saufley Allin Jr.

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Bryan White

January 22, 2019

Curtis was my lab instructor while I was a civil engineering student at UTK - he was always very supportive, helpful, and extremely well like by all the students. I was reacquainted with Curtis a few years ago; Brookdale would bring a van full of seniors to an outdoor music concert series at Springbrook Park. Curtis and my son made a connection and we always looked for each other at each concert. I remember a few years ago when Curtis spotted us walking towards him and he jumped-up out of his chair and nearly sprinted towards us - the entire Brookdale staff ran towards him... It has been a couple seasons since I last talked with Curtis and I regret not stopping by for a visit. Curtis left a very positive impression on my career and life and will be missed.

Terry Crumpler

January 17, 2019

What a special, loving man he was. Everyone loved him and his special hugs. He will greatly be missed.

Richard Bensey

January 16, 2019

He was my friend and I will miss him. I went by and said hi to him every day I was at work. He would smile real big and say “There’s my buddy”! He was such a kind soul.

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