Arthur Curt Huxford

  • Born: August 11, 1962
  • Died: November 8, 2020
  • Location: Charleston, South Carolina

J. Henry Stuhr West Ashley Chapel

3360 Glenn McConnell Parkway
Charleston, SC 29414

Tel. (843) 763.7664

Tribute & Message From The Family

Arthur Curt Huxford, 58, of Charleston, SC, entered into eternal rest Sunday, November 8, 2020. A private graveside service will be held at Live Oak Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc. West Ashley Chapel, 3360 Glenn McConnell Parkway, Charleston, SC 29414.

Curt was born on August 11, 1962 in Augusta, Georgia, a son of the late Harry Russell Huxford, Sr. and Sadie Annette Ward Huxford. Curt was employed by the Carolina Yacht Club for many years and also owned a landscaping company. He enjoyed photography, fishing and had a special place in his heart for all animals.

He is survived by his brother, Harry Russell Huxford Jr (Betty), of N. Augusta, SC; his nieces, Rachel Catherine Phillips (Robert) and Lauren Elizabeth Morgan; his grand-nieces, Elizabeth Giselle Phillips and Evelyn Rose Phillips; and his beloved dog "Ladybug". In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his sisters, Deborah Marie Huxford and Miriam Yvette Huxford.

Memorials may be made to the Charleston Animal Society,

Condolence & Memory Journal

I was deeply saddened when I heard of Curt's passing. I was the fortunate women who was blessed to have been given the opportunity to marry that sweet man. Although it was brief. I never stopped loving him and always wanted the very best for him. As much as I'm sure you all are grieving the loss of that warm and loving brother and uncle, I suspect you rejoice with me knowing he is with your parents, Mirium, and the baby sister you never knew. Please know you all are in my thoughts and prayers. It will be a glorious day when we all get to be with all of our loved ones up in Heaven with our Lord!

Posted by Joy Martin Stephenson - Aiken, SC - Family Friend   January 17, 2021

Curt and his family were my neighbors for as long as I lived on Patterson Ave. One of a kind guy that would do absolutely anything for you. He will always be remembered to me as an OG of Bayfront and will be missed! Rest in peace my friend!

Posted by Michael Strickland - Neighbor   December 20, 2020

Rusty and family we were so sorry to hear about Curt’s passing.
Please know y’all are in our prayers.
Angie Bryant Boyd

Posted by Angie Bryant Boyd - Friend   November 22, 2020

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Posted by Kathy Bertolini    November 18, 2020

So sorry to hear about Curt. He and went to high school together. He was quiet and very nice. He looks like he didn’t age a bit. Same sweet smile.

Posted by Lisa Smith (Roddy) - Classmate   November 17, 2020

I too knew Curt from the yacht club. He was a wonderful guy, who always offered to go the extra mile for his "regulars". He was so efficient, that we would try to play tricks on him, to see, if we could rattle him, but it never worked. He was always on to us. His level of service and devotion could never be replaced and he has been missed, since his retirement. Please accept my humble condolences on his passing.

Posted by Tommy Lesesne - Mount Pleasant, SC - Acquaintance   November 14, 2020

Dear members of the Huxford family,
I was so deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Curt. I knew him from the Carolina Yacht Club where he worked for so many years, and was so well-liked by the membership. Curt had such an easy-going personality and was never flustered despite the stress and demands of dealing with the membership. He turned what had been a poorly-run part of the club into a model of efficiency, and never complained and always had a cheerful attitude. We were all very sorry when Curt decided to leave the club, and I was among those who asked him to please stay, because we enjoyed what he did so much. But I know that his choice was for the sake of his family, so as always, Curt did the right thing. Again, please accept my condolences and we all miss him.

Posted by Michael Trouche - Mount Pleasant, SC - Friend   November 14, 2020

Harry and I were office buddies at SRP and were close friends for many years. We hunted together and fished together many times. We knew Curt from when he was born. I am sorry for his passing. My sympathies are with you, Rusty. May the Holy Spirit of God comfort your heart.

Posted by Dan and Zelda Clayton - Aiken, SC - Friend   November 14, 2020

Curt Huxford was one of the hardest working, most reliable, & conscientious man I have had the pleasure to know. During his long tenure at the Carolina Yacht
Club, Curt had the rare gift of making all of his patrons feel extremely special & fully sated. RIP Curt.

Posted by Michael Carmody - Mt Pleasant, SC - Friend   November 14, 2020

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