D. Curt Hattabaugh



D. Curt Hattabaugh, born July 7, 1961, left this world behind on August 18, 2023. Curt had been battling cancer for a number of months, but never gave up hope or his fight. His only regret was not enough time or a chance to tell everyone he loved how special they were to him.

In his life he was a father, a son, a brother, an uncle and friend. He loved sharing time with those he loved and held a special place in his heart.

He was supported by his mom, Beverly Hattabaugh; sister, Michelle Burbrink (Susie Burbrink-Themer); daughter, Jennifer Meyers; and brother, Bill Williams.

His family also includes his nieces and nephews: Brooke Banet (Wes), Brianne Minnich (Alex) and Blake Williams; great nieces and nephews: Brinley, Brylee, &Westin Banet, Remi Minnich; and special niece and nephew, Emma &Seth Snelling and so many more.

Curt had a huge chosen family he shared lots of adventures, vacations, and holiday times with. These in-laws and outlaws include: Denise France, Sharon &Ron Hutson, Angel &Covy France, and Bill &Linda France.

Curt loved IU basketball and watching his team play at home and away. He held season tickets for more than 30+ years. He would always celebrate by sharing time enjoying the game with friends and eating great pizza at Mama Bears in Bloomington, IN.

He loved traveling to Gatlinburg, TN, roller coasters, anything Disney, Barbara Streisand, &Madonna. His love of music was reflected in his crazy dancing skills and singing. This was followed closely by playing Euchre with his partner, The Queen to his King.

No words can encompass the special guy he was. He brought light to those that knew him with his smile and kind words.

Funeral services for Curt will be held Sunday at 2:00 p.m. at Johnson Funeral Home, Vallonia. Friends may visit with the family from 12:00 p.m. until time of service Sunday. The burial will take place at Vallonia Cemetery. Per Curt’s wish, memorial contributions, in his memory, should be given to wherever your heart feels will make a difference in your life. In life, as in death, he made everyone feel special.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.johnsonfh.net.

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