Saturday, April 24, 2021, Frank Joe Curtis, loving husband, father and grandfather, entered eternal rest at the age of 43. Frank was born Oct. 9, 1977, in Globe, Ariz. He graduated from Miami High School and worked in the mining industry for over 20 years. He married his best friend Keslene Siren on Oct. 14, 2006 and raised three amazing children, Shaylynn, Keanna and Kamion. He was a grandfather to two grandchildren, Amera and Lestat.
Frank often boasted about being a hunter-gatherer and often told people that is how he won his wife’s heart. He enjoyed fishing and hunting, listening to music, driving in the rain and BBQing on his days off with his friends and family. If he wasn’t eating or drinking, he was doing what he loved most; riding his Bitch (his red Victory Motorcycle) or Big Sexy (His black Indian Motorcycle).
Frank was known for his contagious laugh and giving heart. If he could help, he would never hesitate. When Frank walked into a room, a store or a bar, he was always greeted by someone who knew him, and a quick trip to the store would turn into an hourlong wait full of conversations. There is no doubt he was an amazing man and loved by many. Frank will truly be missed by everyone he crossed paths with, especially his family.
The wake for Frank will be held at the residence of his parents, Frank and Joann Curtis in Beverly Hills (head towards the casino from Globe and there will be signs and ribbons to help guide you) on Friday, May 7, with his body arriving at 4 p.m. and Rosary at 7 p.m.
His burial services will be held at the Globe Cemetery Saturday, May 8.
The family thanks everyone for their support and condolences at this tough time.
Assisting the family; Lamont Mortuary of Globe.