John Curtsinger Obituary, Death Cause – Court Security Officer John Curtsinger passed away unexpectedly this morning, and it is with a heavy heart that we have to deliver the news to each and every one of you of his passing. We are sorry for the loss you have suffered. Those who knew him and worked alongside him will grievously miss his ten years of unwavering devotion and commitment to the WCSO. I pray for all of his loved ones, especially his family, friends, and the other people who worked as Court Security Officers beside him. May God grant them peace and comfort.
In Indianapolis, Indiana, on July 30, 1951, he was born to his parents, Homer and Ida Mae Herring Curtsinger, who had both passed away before to the time of his birth. Homer and Ida Mae Herring Curtsinger were his grandparents. His parents had been gone for some time since they had passed away. In addition to being a retired worker from Pilkington of Versailles, a veteran of the United States Army, a member of the Mackville Church of Christ, and a court security officer for the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, he was also a retired employee of Pilkington of Versailles. He served as a court security officer for the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. It was with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office that he held the position of court security officer.
The following members of his family are still living: his wife, Janice Shumate Curtsinger; a daughter, Melinda Mae Mungarro (David), who lives in Junction City; a step-daughter, Laura Hood, who lives in Willisburg; a step-son, Steven Settles (Bonnie), who lives in Mackville; a granddaughter, Amber Nichole Rankin, who lives in Stanford; five step grandchildren and great grandchildren; and a brother, William Funeral services will be held at the Carey & Son Funeral Home on Thursday, March 9 at seven o’clock in the evening.
The deceased person’s birthday was March 9th. The funeral service will be presided over by Brother Steve Pater as the officiant. On Friday, the deceased will be laid to rest in the Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Nicholasville, where they will be given the honors of a military burial in accordance with the traditions of their branch of service. Visitation will begin at three in the afternoon on Thursday at the Carey and Son Funeral Home, where it will continue until six.