Thursday, September 30, 2010

Tony's Memorial Service

Tony's Memorial Service will be held on Monday, October 4th at 11am at the Palm Mortuary on Eastern Blvd in Las Vegas, NV.

His service is open to the public and to all of his loving fans and friends.

Come and celebrate this incredible man's life.

22 comments:

Found art blog said...

Oh, i wish I could be there with you!!

sandycreek said...

Tony, you were a wonderful person, you will be missed.

Ron Ruiter said...

This man brought so much laughter to me in his movies but the best to me was "Operation Petticoat" which I must have watched 200 times if not more. Rest in peace my man.... another fellow Navy man....

Anonymous said...

This is such a loss to the world. I grew up watching Tony's movies and you can't find movies of this caliber anymore. Rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

There are few who can leave such an impression on the world as Tony did. He will be missed.

Jenny K. said...

Without Tony's love and generosity, Shiloh wouldn't exist. I'm so grateful to Tony, Jill, Sally and Shiloh that I have my beautiful little "Wishes" who brings me so much joy. Jill, my prayers and thoughts are with you. Tony was always so kind and friendly - he made everyone he met feel special.

Anonymous said...

The greatest tribute one can pay to Mr. Curtis is not how talented or renown he was, but how he used this talent and renown to help bring peace and joy to those most vulnerable. Shiloh is what I'll always think of first when the name "Tony Curtis" is brought up. Not a bad legacy at all. RIP, Mr. Curtis.

Stacey Malone said...

Our deepest sympathy to the family Mr. Curtis leaves behind. May the pain fade to leave you with lasting joy from the remarkable legacy of film, art, and philanthropy that Tony leaves behind for future generations.

Gina said...

I will be there Jill. I'm so thankful to you to share this sad but important day with all of his fans. I love you both, and Sally, and I will help fill the area with love. You know how I feel. Tony was the most incredible man, talented in so many ways other than as an actor and artist. He was a once in a lifetime, one of a kind, generous, thoughtful, insightful and elegant man. You were so fortunate to have been his wife, and proved yourself to everyone that you loved and admired him. But more importantly, you understood him! And you spend your life with him building him up day in and day out. You fed the ego that fueled the man. You knew just how to bring out even more of Tony than he even knew he had inside. You found the true Tony, and it's because of you so many fans were able to be up close and personal with him. You shared him with the world, and I will be forever grateful for your love and friendship and kindness. You are an amazing woman, and you will live the rest of your life knowing that you were loved like no other woman. What you have Tony built together is amazing, and is his other legacy. Thank you Jill, for sharing your husband with us. God Bless You! With love always, Gina

Anonymous said...

Thanks Tony for many happy minutes watching your movies, movies that did not need foul words to be good. This is a great loss to the movie business and the rescue also.

Anonymous said...

I will be there in spirit...can't afford to travel that far.

Tammy said...

RIP Tony Curtis. I knew you from the movies, I'll remember you for what you did for the horses.

Anonymous said...

tony curtis was a great man, who brought joy to many people and like myself proud of his hungarian roots! rip tony curtis, you will always be remembered!

Anonymous said...

wishing you the deepest sympathy at this time for your terrible loss may you all bear this pain as best you may and remember the joy you had together x

Anonymous said...

with much sadness to loose a great man, but the lord called him home we have to rejoice in that .. he danceing and singing up in heaven hopeing to attend laurie :)

PokerSnowman said...

Jill, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I am so happy that I got to see him again last year at Shiloh. Just talking with him again, and spending time with him, on that wonderful Sunday afternoon, and especially his kind words is something I will always remember.
God bless,
John and Ursula Snowden

Anonymous said...

I am very sorry for your loss. I have enjoyed Tony's work for many years, just as millions of fans have. Thank you both for your work with Shiloh, and I hope to make a donation soon.

jaybookworm said...

Thank you for continuing to honor him by the work you do and all the beings you help.

Jeanette Jordan said...

My deepest condolences on your great loss. I recently read his autobiography. Jill, you were clearly the love of his life. You brought so much to him and he to you. Let the horses surround and bring you comfort.

Anonymous said...

Jill, Sally my thoughts are with you in this time of sadness such a loss rest in peace Tony

Leah Fry said...

I will be there in spirit. "Operation Petticoat" was also one of my favorites. What a wonderful man, who shared his gifts, both talents and finances to make the lives of others better. Rest in peace, sir. You left the world a better place than when you entered.

Anonymous said...

Jill...I am very sorry for
your loss..I know you and Tony
have done a wonderful job at Shiloh..
thank you for all your hard work
and love, God Bless,
Rose Connolly, Always Available
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