Image-empty-state.png

Share a Memory:

Upon submitting your memory, please refresh your page to view your condolences.

arrow&v

Your content has been submitted

An error occurred. Try again later

Condolences:

Esther and Wesley McMillan

You are going to be missed our friend. Loved that you were part of our extended legion family. Love from your Wester’s that you loved to call us.

Carroll Payne

Jiminy cricket all my stars love you and God bless those were her favorite sayings

Stevens Bruce

Good bye ole friend and great coworker

Lois Obenchain

Sylvia and I worked together at the Corps of Engineers. We have remained friends for over 40 years. I am so saddened to hear of her loss. May she Rest In Peace.

Susan Taylor Pohland

Brother Bill and Family, Right from the start of our getting to know each other she made me feel right in place with the "Supper-Gals of ALA, Post #283", our time together, with Poppies, a Chat here and there. We shared a Friend, Cleve Powell that worked with her at The Corps of Engineers told me she always made sure his coffee was just right. Sylvia was a delight, full of fun and she will never be forgotten by those of us that cared deeply for her. RIP Girlfriend, Susan Taylor Pohland

Wendy LeBarron

I will never forget the stories of her 101 Dalmatians. Oh my stars am I going to miss you.

Kathy Gebert

Sylvia was full of life every time I saw her. She was always ready to help with anything that needed to be done. I am glad I knew her and I know I will miss her funny stories. RIP Sylvia.

Janet McCully (FBI Janet)

Wow Girl we had quiet a ride together in this here life. I will cherish our friendship and miss you always. RIP

JOY ALLISON

Sylvia was a true friend I will miss her dearly. We shared so many good years of fun and laughter..Never forget JIMMY CRICKET and her stories.

Wes Douglass

I remember Sylvia from high school. She was a pleasure to be around. He bubbly personality was contagious. I will always remember her and her love of life.

Colen Bright

We are so sorry on Sylvia's passing.

Sylvia Curnutte

2022-02-02

Sylvia Curnutte,71, of Jacksonville, Florida passed away on January 31, 2022.

She was born in Virginia to Donald and Pat Curnutte. She grew up mostly in Jacksonville and graduated from Fernandina Beach High School in 1968.

Sylvia was a career Civil Service employee who worked in many government departments which included the FBI, Army Corps of Engineers and Department of Labor. As a result of her government employment, she was able to travel extensively throughout many countries which included Puerto Rico and Saudi Arabia. She loved to travel so much that she even backpacked alone through most of Europe.

Sylvia was an active and longtime member of Auxiliary Unit 283 and held the position of both Unit President and the Fifth District President.

She was also a longtime member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to either St. Paul’s UMC or Auxiliary Unit 283.

Sylvia was a kind, loving, gentle soul who gave freely of what she had to anyone who might need it.
She was predeceased by her parents as well as her brother Don Jr. She is survived by her brother Bill, three nieces – Lori Reneau, Christie Craddock and Christina Benson; one nephew – Sean Curnutte; four cousins – Colen Bright (and his wife Cindy), Samuel Hicks, Pamela Hicks and Thomas E. Jennette; and many of her dear friends.

Sylvia’s service will be held Saturday, February 12, 2022, at 11am in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home with visitation an hour prior to the service. After the service, there will be a short ceremony at Bosque Bello Cemetery.

Memories