OBITUARY

Curtis Dean Lybyer

December 14, 1960April 1, 2018
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Curtis Dean Lybyer, 57, of Texarkana, TX passed away Sunday, April 1, 2018 at his home. Mr. Lybyer was an Army veteran, and worked in construction. He was preceded in death by his parents Ronald and Cecilia Lybyer, and two sisters, Julia Lybyer and Michele Rodriguez.

Survivors include three children and spouses; daughters, Sarah and Cedric Sinclair of Marshall, AR, Samantha and Jameson Flowers of Ashdown,AR; and son, Chris and Nicole Lybyer of Maud, TX; three sisters, Leslie Page and Renee Monroe of Texarkana and Cathy McCrary of Wake Village, TX; and grandchildren, Thomas Sinclair of Marshall, AR, Natalye Flowers, Brooke Flowers and Anna Flowers all of Ashdown, AR, Taylor Lybyer and Skyler Lybyer both of Maud, TX.

Family will receive friends from 2pm to 4pm Sunday, April 8, 2018 at East Funeral Home-Moores Lane.

Cremation arrangements under the direction of East Funeral Home-Moores Lane

Online tributes may be made at www.eastfuneralhomes.com or East Funeral Home Facebook page.

  • FAMILY

  • Sarah and Cedric Sinclair, Daughter and son-in-law
  • Samantha and Jemson Flowers, ughter and son-in-law
  • Chris and Nicole Lybyer, Son and daughter-inlaw
  • Leslie Page, Sister
  • Renee Monroe, Sister
  • Cathy McCrary, Sister
  • Thomas Sinclair, Natalye Flowers, Brooke Flowers, Anna Flowers,Taylor Lybyer, and Skyler Lybyer, Grandchildren

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, April 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Curtis Dean Lybyer

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Terry Holderness McAdams

April 7, 2018

I am so very sorry for your family's loss. I met Curtis in junior high at the Summerhill Roller Stating Rink. He was always the sweetest and had the happiest smile! I know he will be so very missed. Love and prayers to you all.

Quinne Colbey Blizzard

April 7, 2018

My memories of the precious times we have had together are so many. We spent so much time together in our younger years, it would be hard to pick just one; but the one memory I guess that stands out, is all the good meals we ate at your home, especially the switch from black-eyed peas & greens to Mexican Food on New Years Day. Growing up in Louisiana, I had no knowledge of Mexican Food. No matter what the occasion, your parents were the best at putting on a big feast and then a to-go box for the kids. Who could ever forget the hard-fought volley ball games in the back yard and the very physical football games in the street, which often brought blood when Colbeys were involved. Hopefully we can all get together again before another precious member of our families leave us to go to their next home. I love all of you girls and guys & will continually pray for you. I'm always just a phone call away. May God Richly Bless & Comfort you as only He can! Love, Aunt Quinnie

Billy Spriggs

April 7, 2018

Curtis was a really nice guy in high school, I remember him as always fun to be around, he was friends with everyone. The Teachers all liked him as well. So sorry for your loss, I have nothing but great memories of going to school with Curtis !

Greg Watson

April 7, 2018

Sorry to hear of your loss. Curtis was always a good friend all through Wake Village to THS. He was always in such a good mood all the time and got along with everyone, may God bless you and your family
Greg Watson

Kay Abney Wilbanks

April 3, 2018

So sorry for your loss you had such a close family growing up i know he will be missed.

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Biography

Curtis Dean Lybyer, 57, of Texarkana, TX passed away Sunday, April 1, 2018 at his home. Mr. Lybyer was an Army veteran, and worked in construction.
He was preceded in death by his parents Ronald and Cecilia Lybyer, and two sisters, Julia Lybyer and Michele Rodriguez.

Survivors include three children and spouses; daughters, Sarah and Cedric Sinclair of Marshall, AR, Samantha and Jameson Flowers of Ashdown,AR; and son, Chris and Nicole Lybyer of Maud, TX; three sisters, Leslie Page and Renee Monroe of Texarkana and Cathy McCrary of Wake Village, TX; and grandchildren, Thomas Sinclair of Marshall, AR, Natalye Flowers, Brooke Flowers and Anna Flowers all of Ashdown, AR, Taylor Lybyer and Skyler Lybyer both of Maud, TX.

Family will receive friends from 2pm to 4pm Sunday, April 8, 2018 at East Funeral Home-Moores Lane.

Cremation arrangements under the direction of East Funeral Home-Moores Lane