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So sad to hear of Curts passing. He was always supportive of my silly channel and was going to trust me enough with some of his stuff to "review" and send back. RIP bro!!!!

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God rest his soul and thank you Curt for what you done for the community over the years.

 

 

Anthony..

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Didn't see this one coming. Such a great loss to his family and the Atari Community. He was a giant among giants when it came to his passion and knowledge for Atari.

 

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Rest in peace, Curt. You were a gentle giant in our small community. I am so glad to have met you last year, and so sad to lose you this year.

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WHAT ???!!?!?

 

I...i don't believe it!! No$^*%&* way!!!!

 

He was the "Atari Insider", the head huncho of all thing Atari's...damn, he known more about Atari than even Bushnell himself!

 

I only met him once in a PhillyClassic meeting and we exchange a few emails here and there and he was always so helpful and

so dedicated. This is indeed the saddest news i've heard this year. =(

 

So Rest In Peace Curt, we will cherish all the things you did for this community...bless you!

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only got to chat with him a handful of times via PM. always found him to be polite, approachable and extremely knowledgeable and helpful in equal measure.

 

he'll be missed. RIP Curt.

 

 

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This is terribly sad news to hear. A great loss :(

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At last year's VCF East I was honored that Curt allowed me to exhibit the ST-Pad and EST prototypes with my Atari ST bit of the mega Atari exhibit. I only met him a few times, but he was always so personable and his passion for Atari was infectious. 

 

I am saddened by his passing and hope the best for his family and friends. 

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Very sad to hear this today , Curt was a great friend and I had talked to him a few days ago.  Very sad to hear. Gonna miss ya buddy :( RIP 

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I am beyond devastated.  I am pleased and proud to have worked with him on the Flashback/Flashback 2 Engineering Team for Atari and his contributions of rare games during the founding days of the American Classic Arcade Museum. He will be missed.

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I learned about this a short time ago.  Really sad and unexpected news.  I had the chance to meet Curt at CGE (2014) and he was a very nice guy.  This is a big loss for the retro community.  Rest in peace, Curt.  You'll be missed. 

 

My deepest condolences to his family.

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