KNIFE, CurtisPosted: January 2nd, 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of CURTIS WOLF LEG/KNIFE on December 24, 2020. Beloved son of the late Leon Williams and the late Tamara (Tammy) Wolf Leg.
Curtis was adopted and raised by his Grandparents: Ralph Knife and Hilda Williams in a Traditional Structured Blackfoot household. He leaves to mourn: Grandmother Hilda. Sons: Pax and Kaiden (Kiaayo) Wolf Leg, Jade (mother of his sons). Brothers: Damon Houle and Ralph Williams. Sisters: Sarah (Paul) Meguinis and Stephanie Williams. Curtis had a huge extended family, too numerous to mention.
Curtis was predeceased by his Parents, Grandfather Ralph Knife, Grandparents; Gilbert Young and Shirley Wolf Leg, Victor and Alice Williams, Louis Sr. and Louise Knife, Sister/cousin Magan Williams, and numerous relatives. Curtis was loved dearly by his children, mom, siblings, aunties, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and several friends he had made along his journey. The family apologizes for anyone they may have missed.
His relatives include: The Williams, Wolf Legs, Knife’s, Calf Robe’s, Badarms, Hunts, Eaglespeakers, Standing Alones, Blackwaters, Eaglebears, Tsaakoo’s extended family and relatives from Siksika.
Curtis was a very outgoing, kind, and humble man. His greatest pride and joy were his sons: Pax and Kiaayo (Blackfoot word for Bear), he was so thrilled to become a father and loved his children tremendously, cherishing each moment watching them grow. Curtis moved to his grandparents’ home, on the Blood Reserve and was raised and cared for by grandparents whom he took as his parents. He attended schools on the Blood Reserve and in Lethbridge Alberta. He enjoyed and participated in various sports and had a fond love for the trips he would go on with his family. Curtis easily made friendships with people from all walks of life. Curtis was a quick learner and eager to take on new projects, one in particular was when he was relocating to the City of Calgary shortly after the birth of his first son, Paxton. Curtis had applied to an available job posting for a “framer” in the Construction Industry, he landed an interview but without any formal training in the area he began teaching himself what would be required of him in this job role, thanks to his research and determination he successful landed an interview and was successful in securing the position. Curtis continued to pursue his passion in construction until a near fatal head and back injury made it impossible for him to continue working. This ailment plagued him till his demise.
A Visitation will be held at CORNERSTONE FUNERAL HOME, 2825 – 32 Street South, Lethbridge, AB, on Monday, January 4, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, attendance will be limited to 10 guests at a time. Kindly RSVP your attendance to Cornerstone at 403-381-7777 or email@example.com Facemasks are mandatory and will be available upon entry.
A private Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at 11:00 A.M. with Interment to follow at the White Calf Gravesite, Stand Off, Alberta.
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