A Turtle’s Tribute:
Obituary – Curtis LeRoy Tibodeau Curtis LeRoy Tibodeau was born May 24, 1965 in Rice Lake, Wisconsin to Connie Speiser Tibodeau and LeRoy IsadoreTibodeau.
Curtis and the family moved to Richardson, Texas in 1971 where Curt went on to graduate from J.J. Pierce High School (1983). Curt earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from North Texas University (1989) and a Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration from Texas State University (1999). Curt worked for many years for CompUSA. Once he received his Master’s Degree, he moved into various hospital administration roles in Austin and then Dallas.
In 2001, Curtis returned to Ennis to live on the family ranch. While back in the Dallas area, Curt was very proud to be a tenor singer for the Turtle Creek Chorale and Cathedral of Hope Church Choir as well as a volunteer for The Resource Center.
Curtis lost his long fought battle against trauma to his brain on October 16, 2014 at the age of 49. Curt is survived by his mother (Constance Ann Tibodeau of Ennis); his brother (Dale LeRoy Tibodeau) and sister-in-law
(Laura Ellis Tibodeau) of Conroe; his aunt (Judith Andrew of Plymouth, Minnesota); as well as two nephews and one niece also in Minnesota. Curtis was preceded in death by father, LeRoy Isadore Tibodeau, who died in 2001.
Visitation services will be Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 6-8 PM at JE Keever Mortuary in Ennis, Texas. The funeral will be held Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 at 10 AM at St. John
Catholic Church of Ennis, followed by graveside service at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery of Ennis, Tx and then luncheon/reception at the family ranch in Ennis. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to cancer research or to the Ellis County SPCA. But if your heart wants
to send flowers, please call Garden Gate Floral of Ennis (972.878.6616; email@example.com) as they are managing the flowers for his casket and we have found them to be very nice people who do a very nice job with arrangements at a very fair price.
The last fourteen years were beyond difficult for Curtis, with multiple major medical emergencies each year. We appreciate the many prayers that have been extended to help Curt and the family through these most difficult times.
We know he will be an amazing addition to God’s choir in heaven. May he now rest in peace.