Curtis Monroe Brinson

October 13, 1955 - August 28, 2021

Curtis Brinson, 65, passed away suddenly on August 28, 2021, in the prime of his life. Curt was the first of three boys born to Joseph and Bettie (nee. Padgett) Brinson on a warm afternoon at Hunter Air Force base in Savannah, Georgia.  Curt married his high school sweetheart and chemistry partner Lindy 46 years ago at the Smith Family Reunion Center on Seed Tick Road.  Together they had three adoring and feisty daughters who in turn had several beautiful granddaughters… no boys! His joy on earth was his family whom he was utterly devoted every moment of his life to. 

One life lived; many lives touched.

Curt proudly served 6 years in the United States Air Force as a Weather Equipment Specialist and Non-Commissioned Officer.  Curt was never more than an arm’s length away from several books.  Throughout his life Curt never lost his deep-rooted passion and zealously for learning and analyzing every and any subject that interested him and playing pool. He adored our fur babies who brought him immense joy and loved to give them daily rub rubs and attention to start his mornings.  His formal education included MBA-E Business, MBA Global Management, BS Business Information Systems, Associates Degrees: Computer Programmer/Analyst, Systems Networking Technology.

Curt was a true champion for military veterans as a Senior Contract Specialist for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at the Hines Veterans Hospital in Illinois. Curt worked diligently and tirelessly making complicated, strategic, and innovative business decisions to help veterans acquire vital good and services needed and deserved.

He will be ardently and dearly treasured by his devoted wife of 46 years Lindy Brinson; Daughters Emma Brinson, Alicia Brinson, and Sarah Wolff (nee Brinson); Granddaughters Karissa and Kaitlyn Komorowski, and Savannah Arriaga of Arizona. Daphne Wolff, and Kyra Wolff of Illinois.  He will also be dearly missed by his brother Keith Brinson of Georgia. Brenda and Mickey Talley of Georgia, several nieces, nephews and cousins, and a plethora of friends, coworkers, and acquaintances.

He was preceded in death by his parents and youngest brother, Kevin Brinson.

A very private memorial service was held for his wife and daughters at Moss Family Funeral Home in Batavia Illinois.

A memorial fund has been set up in Curtis' name, click here.

Guest Book

  • Kacy Talbot Mr. Brinson was the VA Contracting Specialist for our company. He was always pleasant to work with and had a fun sense of humor. I appreciated his dedication to his work and to the Veterans Administration. I am so sorry to hear he has passed and am sure he will be missed.
  • Loraine Colucci So sorry to hear this sad news. Curtis managed some of our FSS client contracts and he was always professional, patient, and a gentleman. My sincere condolences to his family, friends, and his colleagues at the VA.
  • Bob McKee Curtis administered several of our clients' FSS contracts over the years and was always a pleasure to work with: engaging, thorough, and innovative in his approach. We will miss him.
  • Yolanda Denise Banks My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family.
  • Bonita Smith I worked with Curtis for many years at the Department of Veteran's Affairs and we shared many conversations about his raw food lifestyle change and how great it made him feel. My sincerest condolences are sent to the family.
  • Trevor Martin Curtis was a wonderful employee but even more a wonderful man. He always strived to make things easier and find new solutions. His willingness to help others was unmatched and his sincerity a real treat. Curtis my friend... You will be missed.
  • Eugene Blackwell My condolences to the Brinson family. I worked with Curt for about ten at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Curt was always kind and willing to help solve any problems. As a fellow Veteran, I give him my final salute.
  • James L. Booth Curtis was a fellow colleague and friend of mine at the VA National Acquisition Center in Hines, Illinois. He informed me when we met that he professed faith in Christ Jesus and effectively portrayed the same attitude of having a meek and quiet spirit. I greatly admired him for being IT oriented and customer service driven. One of his many cherished sayings included Happy wife, Happy life! My sincere prayers are with his wonderful loving family and friends.
  • Theresa G. Jones I worked with Curtis at the Department of Veterans Affairs. He was unique and very smart when it came to analyzing issues. Curtis was a kind gentle and an amazing man who will be very much missed. My Deepest Sympathy.
  • Theresa G. Jones I worked with Curtis at the Department of Veterans Affairs. He was unique and very smart when it came to analyzing issues. Curtis was a kind gentle and an amazing man who will be very much missed. My Deepest Sympathy.
  • Keith Brinson I so love you my brother! I look forward to when we will worship God together in Heaven.
  • Melissa Christoffel-Capoccia I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Curtis for several years, he was my Contract Officer and a very kind man.
  • Rose Brand I worked with Curtis at the Department of Veterans Affairs and found him to be a very kind man. Please accept my condolences.