Cur­tis Cobb

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It is with great sad­ness that I an­nounce the pass­ing of Cur­tis Henry-Lee Cobb on March 30, 2019 at his home in Tem­ple­ton, Cal­i­for­nia. Born Au­gust 1941, or 1943, (no one re­ally knows) in El Do­rado, Arkansas, Cur­tis lived a full and ad­ven­tur­ous life. He was a won­der­ful hus­band (forcibly), a ded­i­cated fa­ther (blood was not a re­quire­ment for this job), and the great­est friend one could ask for (undis­puted).

Cur­tis served his coun­try as a proud sol­dier in the United States Army from 1968-1976. When he re­turned to US soil he put his ex­em­plary work ethic to great ser­vice at Jerry Re­neau’s car deal­er­ship in Paso Robles, CA for over 15 years. Both of these achieve­ments brought Cur­tis much pride, and he could hon­estly say that the friends he made in both places were his fam­ily.

Cur­tis is sur­vived by his wife, Clau­dia Cobb (Thompson Gar­cia), brother, Frank Davis (Amada), chil­dren, Hec­tor Gar­cia (Kasee), Dawn Gar­cia (Kenny), and Maria Gar­cia (Ben), nieces and neph­ews: Nel­lie (Lucy Mae), Lonzo Jr (Junebug), Henry Lee (his name­sake), Lon­nie, Laura, Frankie, and Tyrone, grand­chil­dren: Alex, Kor­ben, Is­abella, Adrian, Hana, and Ava.

Cur­tis was pre­ceded in death by three of his sib­lings, Carolyn, Chris­tine, and Lonzo Davis Sr., and his beloved mama, Anna Mae Wil­son. His last word spo­ken on this earth was, "mama", and our fam­ily takes so­lace in know­ing that he is with her again.

If you were a friend of Cur­tis’s, please join us in a cel­e­bra­tion of his life on Satur­day May 4, 2019 at the Atas­cadero Lake Park Viet­nam Vet­er­ans Faces of Free­dom Me­mo­rial at 1:00 pm. 8024 Por­tola Rd, Atas­cadero, Cal­i­for­nia. All are wel­come. We would love it if you brought a mem­ory to share with us at his ser­vice.

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