In Loving

Curtis Shiflett, Jr.

Jul 18, 2050 – Sep 09, 2011

Curtis Marvin C.M.” Shiflett Jr. 61 of Mineral went to be with the Lord on Friday September 9 2011 at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville.

C.M. was a lifelong resident of Louisa County and was a member of Huntington Fellowship Community Church of the Nazarene. In years past C.M. served on the Nazarene church board taught Sunday school and enjoyed working with the youth and was a wonderful witness for the Lord. He was owner and operator of C.M.’s Custom Carpentry Inc. He retired in May of 2007. C.M. and his wife also own and lease rental properties.

C.M. will be remembered mostly for his wonderful sense of humor; his hard work his love of laughter and life. He enjoyed hunting fishing bluegrass festivals all music and the simplicity of the Wild West. He was a loving husband father grandfather brother and friend. Upon retirement he enjoyed caring for his dogs Blackjack Rockette Sam and Joe who gave him much companionship.

C.M. was preceded by his parents Curtis M. Shiflett Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Stanley Shiflett and his son George E. Shiflett and brother David Shiflett and his beloved Husky Shepherd Smokey.

Survivors include his wife of 19 years Dale W. Shiflett; his children Donna M. Pierce Preston of Palm Harbor Fla. Diane E. McLaughlin Tim of Roseboro N.C. John E. Shifflett Patti of Pittsburgh PA; Brandy L. Patterson Phil of Jacksonville Fla. Curtis M. Shiflett III Stephanie of Bumpass VA; his grandchildren Lauren Emily and Jacob Pierce; Brooke Shiflett Destiny and Timmy McLaughlin; Caitlin and Joshua Shifflett; Desirae Burley Alanna Patterson and Curtis M. Shiflett IV; two brothers Elwood Shiflett Beccia Alvin Shiflett Vicki; four sisters Rose Vayo Arlene Henry Carolyn Williams David and Frances Rewis Danny; and three step grandchildren Cody and Nicholas McLaughlin and Rachel Blount.

A funeral service was held at 3 p.m. Sunday September 11 at Huntington Fellowship Community Church of the Nazarene. With Pastor Doug Wade and Clinton Dalton officiating. Burial followed in the Shiflett Family Cemetery.

Pallbearers were Elton White, Dale Barnhardt, John Goodwin, Shannon Breitbach, and his nephews, Shawn Dunivan, Marvin Shiflett, Jay Fuller and Daniel “D.J.” Rewis.

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