Curtis R. Hall
October 18, 1957 – March 5, 2018
Curtis R. Hall, age 60, of Ferris, Texas went peacefully on Monday March 5, 2018. Curtis was born October 18, 1957 in Mesquite, TX. Curtis was a passionate Fireman, EMT and President of the EMS Roaddocs Riding Club. He loved spending time with his family, friends and many animals. He is sure to be missed by many. Curtis is preceded in death by his parents, Lonnie and Rose; and son, Christopher. Curtis is survived by his wife, Candis; sons, Billy, Stephen and Lewis; daughters, Sissie and Dori; grandchildren, Leighann, Crystal, Shelby, Brandon, Billy Jr., David, Debra, Chevy, Tyler, Todd, Miranda, Nicholas and Sterling; great-grandchildren, Tyler, Camrin and Sylus; and many other loving family and friends. Services will be held Saturday, March 10th, 12:00pm at Laurel Land Funeral Home.
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- Memorial Service Saturday, March 10, 2018
Curtis R. Hall
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Wesley "Squirrel" Williams
March 9, 2018
Those we love don't go away,
They ride beside us everyday....
Unseen, unheard, but always near
Like our angel and protector.
Still loved, still missed and
When my wife and I joined Road docs you and Mamma boo treated us like we have been family for years. We had great rides and long talks about life, the club, guns and sometime about nothing. You were a great friend and I will do everything I can to keep your vision of this club going and don't you worry about Mamma Boo because she will always be family. Its time to rest my brother and we will take it from here until we ride again. RFFR. And you know I can't get the dent fixed on my Harley now because every time I see it I think of you.
March 8, 2018
Curtis Hall is the best EMT partner and friend.I will miss you so much.Curtis all ways had my back he help me when I had tuff time at work or just life it self.He is a part of my family my kids loved him and my husband was thankful he had him as a friend.thank you for being a part of my family.I will see you again in heaven.
March 8, 2018
My Brother "Gunner".... There are not enough words to say how much you will be missed. From the first time I met you, I knew you were going to be a true friend. Your smile always lit up the first aid room, or wherever you chose to flash it. Through the years or working together, you and I grew closer and were confidants and became best friends. We shared talks about life, about tough times, and even about our mutual belief in God. You were there for me during the good and bad times and always helped me though. Even when things were going hard for you and your health, you never complained and were always there for me and others. So many people at the convention center, co-workers at Medcor, and of course in the nationwide EMS Roaddoc family, are so much the better for having met you and had you in their lives. The huge impact you have made on people in your life and in your career is indescribable and immeasurable. I am but one of many, I am sure, that feels honored and humbled to have been considered your friend and given the chance receive your caring and love like a brother. I will miss you dear "brother from another mother". Godspeed! ~Red Dog