Curtis Lee Lawson
  • 70 years old
  • Date of birth: Mar 17, 1946
  • Date of passing: Jan 19, 2017
Let the memory of Curtis be with us forever

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on March 4, 2017 at 11:00 am at Christ Community Church of the Nazarene, Concord, CA.  Lunch to be served following service.

If you would like to send flowers, please send them to Christ Community Church of the Nazarene at 1650 Ashbury Dr. Concord CA. 94520 March 2nd and 3rd between 9am and 3pm, March 4th 9am - 11am.

In lieu of Flowers you may choose to make a donation to the Christ Community Church of the Nazarene, or to the American Cancer Society  

Curtis Lee Lawson,  a resident of Concord, CA passed away at his home surrounded by family on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at the age of 70. He was born on March 17, 1946 in Appalachia, Virginia to loving parents Bascom (Curtis) a coal miner and Eileen Lawson. Curt was a proud Vietnam Army Veteran and the owner of Concord Termite Control  for over 30 years. He was a respected leader in his Church and admired by his colleagues and community for his honesty, strong morals, faith, generosity and kindness.

Curt was a long time member and Lay Pastor of Christ Community Church of the Nazarene in Concord. 

He is survived by his loving wife, Lucy B. Lawson and Son, Curtis Lee Lawson, JR (Cristie) of Sioux Falls, SD, Daughters, Carmen Jean Jones (John) of Discovery Bay, CA and Christle Lynn Mastro (Joe) of Concord, CA along with his Brother, Joe Carl Lawson (Carol) of Schaumburg, IL, Sister, Joyce Ann Holbert (Robert) of Fredricksburg, VA, Sister, Patricia Faye Houldson of Palm Springs, CA., As well as survived by his sixteen wonderful grandchildren, some residing in California and others in South Dakota along with 3 nephews, 4 nieces and many friends who he treated like family. His devotion, love, laughter and smile will be dearly missed by his family and friends!

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Janice Bailey on 20th February 2017

"My heart is heavy for the family that loved Curt so much. But I celebrate his new eternal life. HIs beautiful smile, his sweet spirit and his caring ways will be missed. I remember the green camp days, the Glover days and the memories made. I am so glad that Curt shared  a part of life with me and my family. My Mom adored him and treated him like another son. He was my brother and my friend."

This tribute was added by joyce holbert on 14th February 2017

"Love You To The Moon and back. You are  my shinning star.Sis. Feb 14 20 -17"

This tribute was added by joyce holbert on 14th February 2017

"Curtis i love you so much. I Am so glad we had some time together. I Will miss you so much.Look down at me and smile your pretty smile All My Love To  You    Joyce Ann Lawson Holbeert"

This tribute was added by Paulette Myers on 12th February 2017

"I had little time with cousin Curt, but I will remember his great smile and how he genuinely listened.  So glad to share time with him and family last summer. My thoughts and prayers are with all his loved ones."

This tribute was added by Sandra Clark on 7th February 2017

"Forever remembered and loved."

This tribute was added by Patricia Houldson on 3rd February 2017

"You will always remain close to my Heart❤️"

This tribute was added by Pete Laurence on 31st January 2017

"As a long time Realtor and also a Vietnam veteran, Curt and I got along very well. He'd call me his "favorite Realtor" but he probably said that to about all of us!!! He was friendly, honest, dedicated to his business & Family, and just a Super guy. He will indeed be missed by all who knew him! -  Pete at ReMax WC."

This tribute was added by Shirley Christian on 28th January 2017

"So thankful for the time I had with Curt and his family this past summer.  Love all of you and my prayers are with each of you."

This tribute was added by Christle Mastro on 26th January 2017

"Some of my best memories were at our house in Clayton where my dad taught me how to ride a horse, fly a kite and ride my Strawberry Shortcake bike with a huge banana seat . I would often sit in his lap while he drove a mini tractor while landscaping the back yard and eat all of his sugar cubes out of his office on our property where he had started Concord Termite Control.  As I grew older and had a family of my own, he was still very much involved. I will deeply miss his Wednesday afternoon visits, Saturday morning donut drop offs and Sunday morning quick " Hi" and " Goodbyes" with Lucy to pick my kids up for church.  I already feel a huge void and will learn to readjust but was and am still so proud and truly lucky to be able to call him my Dad."

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Christle Mastro
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