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Due to covid restrictions, we are unable to hold a formal memorial. Instead, the family would love for you to honor Lance by doing some of his favorite things, or anything that reminds you of Lance....



Plant a garden

Watch his favorite movie or TV show

Call a friend

Take your daughter on a date

Read your Bible

Recycle/donate to the Salvation Army

Eat gas station food

Be one with nature

Go to the beach or mountains


Tell your family you love them

Make someone laugh

Drive around and look for deer

Eat Oreos with milk

Go for a jog

Pull a prank

Befriend/hang with your neighbor

Feed the homeless

Go to church

Visit a State Park

Build a chicken coop

Give someone a big bear hug

Visit Alaska (Lance's bucket list trip)

Build something


Eat sushi

Build a bonfire

Play with a special needs child

Put some chicken on the smoker


Donate blood

Watch one of his favorite movies or TV shows

Braveheart, Coming to America, Rocky, Rambo, Troy, Roadhouse, any old Western movie,

Shawshank Redemption, Duck Dynasty, Dumb and Dumber, Tommy Boy, and National Lampoons Vacation


Listen to his favorite music at full blast

Motely Crue “Wildside” or any classic rock, anything by Lionel Ritchie, Alabama,

Hank Williams Jr., Alan Jackson, 90’s Rap, K-Love, or old country

Eat his favorite meals at his favorite restaurants

Steak Maui @ Redlands (J-Alexander's)

Breakfast @ Crackel Barrel

Snowcones @ Jerry's

Travel to one of his favorite places

Wears Valley, TN;   Pikeville, TN;   30A-Seaside;   Grayton Beach Florida State Park;   

Herb Parsons;   IH Harvester Park in Lakeland, TN;   Caney River;   

Little Pigeon River;   Cades Cove;   Clingsman Dome;   Cataloochee, NC

Please share your stories, photos or videos of how you were able to honor Lance on our TRIBUTES page.  

Words cannot express how grateful we are for your prayers, kind words, and sympathy.

It is through the support of friends and family that is helping us get through this difficult time.

Thank you for your love, compassion and your continued prayers.   

The Curtright Family

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