Eunice entered into rest on Christmas Day, 2012.
She was their eleventh child and the last remaining of fourteen, a fact that she was both proud of and sad at the same time.
She loved all of her brothers and sisters very much and was always a proud to be a Mouser.
Eunice married L. Wayne Curtis in May of 1942.
They were the parents of Bennie Wayne, Patricia Eunice, and Joan Marie.
Due to Wayne being in the construction business, their early years were spent moving around the Pacific Northwest.
They finally settled in Spokane.
Eunice moved in later years to southern California with her then husband, Vin Edwins, to work with her son Ben at Curtis Sand and Gravel in Canyon Country.
After their retirement, Eunice and Vin moved to Boise and then back to Spokane.
Eunice was a member of OES and The Daughters of the Nile.
Her last months were spent at the Royal Park Nursing Home in Spokane, to which the family owes gratitude for the excellent care she received while living there.
Also, we would like to thank each and every employee of Hospice of Spokane for their genuine care and assistance to her in her last days.
Memorial service will be held on Monday, December 31, 2012 at 1:00 PM at the South Hill Bible Church, 958 E. 29th, Spokane, WA.
Private interment at Spokane Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
RIPLINGER FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, SPOKANE, WA assisting the family.
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