Guest Book for Arlene Curtin Spencer

Provided by Frame Funeral Home

Posted by: Kathy Curtin
Fri February 12, 2021
I am so happy that Arlene Curtin-Spencer was my mother (for some reason, in the last few years, I have come to think of her as Arlene Washburn).  She lived an extraordinary life in an interesting time.  She was strong and smart and she showed her love in innumerable ways, for she was much more a woman of action than words.  She taught me more than I can say and I will love her always.  I will miss talking with her and laughing with her.  I am sorry that Covid kept me from seeing mom the last year and will prevent a typical funeral. I look forward to the time when we can gather to remember her and all that she meant to us.  I hope it is soon.
 

 
Posted by: Nancy Reynolds
Fri February 12, 2021
My condolences to your family.  Arlene was a very special lady.  I am so sorry we lost touch.  Arlene and I became good friends while working at  Witco.  I always admired her dedication to Don while he was ill.  She would get up early every morning, get Don reacdy for the day, go to work, go home to fix his lunch, back to work, after which she would go back home to prepare supper, get Don ready for bed. And do it all the next day.  Amazing woman. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
 

 
Posted by: Nick & Barb Dixon
Fri February 12, 2021
So sorry to hear about your mother’s passing.  Please accept our condolences.
Sincerely,
Nick & Var Dixon
 

 
Posted by: Adelbert Wilber Jr.
Sat February 20, 2021
My heart goes out to the extended family.  I knew Arlene via Richard who was my very best friend.   I wish I could still say that today.  She was like a second mother to me.  I always tried to remember her birthday and she, mine.  We would always trade salutations.  I tried to reach out to Richard, Rob, Kathy And Ranďy to no avail.  I express my deepest sympathies and my wishes for a beautiful relationship with God going forward