March 24, 1944 ~ July 5, 2017
Barbara Jean Curtis
73, of Indianapolis, was called to her heavenly home on Wednesday, July 5, 2017. She was born on March 24, 1944 in Pensacola, Florida to the late Estelle Curtis and Robert Curtis.
Barbara relocated to Indianapolis, Indiana in 1977 to care for her sister. She retired from Westin Hotel as an Executive Housekeeper. Barbara was a Faithful Member of Jerusalem Christian Center. She was loved by many young adults and many adult friends. Some of her favorite enjoyments were cooking and going to church and being around friends. Barbara loved her family, distant and close, and especially her children.
Barbara is survived by: three children, Alicia Evans James (Johnny), Valarie Plummer (Jimmy), and Anthony Curtis; three grandchildren, Keisha, Britney, and Delisa; and one great-grandson, LaDarious; three sisters, Carolyn, Rachel, and Brenda Ann from Pensacola, FL; and one brother, Leonard from Pensacola, FL; along with a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. Barbara is preceded in death by five siblings, along with her parents mentioned above.
A home going celebration will be at 1pm on Monday, July 17, 2017 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue, with visitation from 12noon to the start of the service. Burial to follow at Sutherland Park Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Lakynda Curtis lit a candle for Barbara Jean Curtis
Aunt Barbara, words can’t express how much I will miss hearing your voice! Thank you for being the best aunt a girl could ask for. Your sister, Carolyn will forever miss you ! We Love You in life and death! Rest in eternal peace!
P.S. Kiss granny for me
Although I was never blessed with meeting this lovely lady I have had the pleasure of knowing her sister Carolyn and her niece Lakynda. I wish to offer my deepest sympathies to Miss Carolyn and Lakynda during this most difficult time.
Kim Watson lit a candle for Barbara Jean Curtis
I am going to miss my dance partner. I will always think about you when I am dancing. I will continue to handle the bottom for you. Love chocolate.
We will miss you at North Capitol
Bobbie jean, you were one of the best cooks I know. We are going to miss your phone calls, I don’t know how your brother is going to make it not hearing your voice and your motherly advise. Wishing I could be there to celebrate your life. Love you much your Sister In Law Patricia Curtis and all of the Barnes sisters, Panama City, Florida. Rest In Love! No more pain. See you in that great getting up morning.
Patricia Barnes-Curtis lit a candle for Barbara Jean Curtis