Curtis Van Bray II “Fuzzy”, 68 of Vero Beach passed away Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at his home in Vero Beach.
Fuzzy was born in Ft. Pierce, FL and has been a life time resident of Vero Beach. He attended Vero Beach High School. He was the owner of
Fuzzy and Sons Mower Repair, a business started by his father and shared with his son and brother. He was a certified Master Diver and loved the water.
Fuzzy was a wonderful father to his two children. He considered himself a philosopher and was also an ordained minister in a church he called the ” The House of Peace”.
Survivors include his children, Carolyn Dawn Flanagan (Robert Patrick) of Vero Beach and Curtis Van Bray III also of Vero Beach; brother, Robert Sheriden Bray of Vero Beach;
granddaughter, Maribelle Neidin Flanagan of Vero Beach; grandson, Eamon Patrick Flanagan of Vero Beach and ex-wife, Eleanor Phillis Bray of Vero Beach.
Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105 in memory of Curtis Van Bray II.
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