May 4, 1932 ~ August 31, 2019

Born in: Springfield, Missouri
Resided in: Littleton, Colorado

Nadine Curtin, 87, died in Littleton, Colorado, with family at her side, on August 31, 2019. She was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, Gerald Curtin in 2006; her brother, Jerry Pemberton; and her parents Herbert and Stella Pemberton.

She is survived by three children, Leslie Walker (Tom), Chris Curtin (Kathy), and Dave Curtin (Bronwen); three grandchildren, Erin Harvey, Thomas Walker and Alex Curtin; an expected great grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.

Nadine was born in Springfield, Missouri, during the Great Depression, and as a child growing up in Kansas City, Missouri, during World War II, she went door-to-door collecting cooking grease for the war effort. She was a loving mother and wife, raising three children during the 1960’s and 70’s as women were forging their independence in the workplace, which she also did. She and her husband Gerry moved their family to Littleton in 1971.

Hers was a life well lived. She taught her children a moral, ethical and religious lifestyle as they found their own independence in work and life. Her influences were also felt by her grandchildren.

Nadine loved spending time with her family, traveling, gardening and watching Colorado Rockies baseball games.

A Celebration of Life will be 2:00 in the afternoon, Saturday September 14 at South Fellowship Church, 6560 South Broadway, Littleton, Colorado, 80121.

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Services

Celebration of Life: September 14, 2019 2:00 pm

South Fellowship Church
6560 South Broadway
Littleton, Colorado 80121


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  1. Nadine and I became acquainted when she joined WMWA ( a widow group brim Littleton. She was with the group that went to Grand Junction on the train. We visited the wineries there. She was a lovely woman. We will miss her

  2. Nadine and I became acquainted when she joined WMWA ( a widow group from Littleton) She was with the group that went to Grand Junction on the train. We visited the wineries there. She was a lovely woman. We will miss her

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