Brandon Gregory Curts, 30, of Ailsa Craig, Ontario passed away on Saturday March 1, 2014 as a result of a motor vehicle accident on January 7, 2014. He was born on March 21st, 1983 in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, to Wayne and Linda Curts and later a beloved husband of Nathalie Bestward and loving father to Odin and Colton Curts. Brandon took pride in his work as a hub supervisor for ASL Distribution Services as well as an Entrepreneur with a love for the farming industry. In his spare time he played hard in the outdoors, with his dog Meatball and on his Bulldozer. He had a passion for mechanics, running big equipment and loved being accompanied in the tractor by his two sons and wife.  Brandon is survived by wife Nathalie and sons Odin and Colton. He will forever be a cherished son of Wayne & Linda Curts, much loved brother of Dustin Curts (London) and grandson to the late Nelson & Elizabeth Curts & Ray & Bernice Rantamaki.  Loving son in law of Jennifer and the late Gary Sorley (Teeswater) brother in law to Joel Bestward (Calgary) and Sarah & Andrew Houston (Calgary).  Special uncle to Violet Houston. Special nephew of Ron & Ruth Rantamaki and Garth & Arlene McLean (Sault Ste Marie).  Brandon will be fondly remembered by his cousins Jeff Rantamaki (Tina) Paul McLean (Lisa), Leslie Hunter (Sean) (all of Sault Ste Marie), Chris Rantamaki (David ) (Los Angeles), Dennis Curts (Moira) (Thedford) and Crystal Toonen (Willy) (Denfield).  Brandon was also a very special friend to Jamie and Sue Looman.  We cannot adequately express our thanks to the Doctors and nurses of the Critical Care Trauma Centre of Victoria Hospital for their compassion and genuine concern and care for Brandon. His amazing spirit and talents will be celebrated at Denning Bros. Funeral Home, Strathroy on Saturday, March 8, 2014 at 11 a.m.  Cremation to follow.  Donations to the Brandon Curts In Trust at any TD Branch would be appreciated or online at

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