|Birth: ||Mar. 31, 1913|
British Columbia, Canada
|Death: ||Jul. 30, 2009|
Mildred Malvina (Genier) Curtis of Lincoln, Nebraska , passed away 30 July 2009 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Mildred was born 13 March 1913 in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada to Gilbert and Adeline (St. Amour) Genier. She was married to Senator Carl T. Curtis, United States Senator and known as "Mr. Republican" in December, 1972. She had meet Carl well as a registered nurse she had cared for his first wife Lois until her death in 1970.
Mildred while in Washington, D.C. was appointed to thee national parks committee for The Department of Interior. During this tenure a new national park was planned and opened – The Voyageur Park of Rainey River, Minnesota.
In later years she did volunteer work for The American Red Cross in Lincoln, Nebraska as well as The People's City Mission also of Lincoln, Nebraska. Mildred was a supporter of The Cattlemen's Ball held annually at a Ranch of one of the members of The Cattlemen Association of Nebraska.
She leaves a large extended family of relatives and friends in The United States, as well as Canada.
Carl Thomas Curtis (1905 - 2000)
Created by: CPR
Record added: Aug 05, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40296107
Ryan D. Curtis
Added: Jan. 24, 2011
As the Executive Director of People's City Mission I had to great honor of serving alongside Mildred Curtis for 10 years. Mildred resonated dignity and was incredibly gracious.|
Added: Nov. 7, 2010
REST in PEACE---you were a true volunteer for the people.|
Added: Aug. 5, 2009