Curt Noland, who oversaw the development of the San Elijo Hills master-planned community in San Marcos and others in San Diego County, has died. He was 55.
Curt was a friend of my daughter when he lived in Maryland. He visited our home in Eldersburg several times. On one occasion he was showing us some photos he had taken, one was of an old milk can that had seen better days. I admired the photo, he later gave me a copy, I still have it. It is a joy to know that he continued to grow in his Christian faith. Today he is with his Lord. It has been many years since our paths crossed, our family celebrate his life here in Maryland, along with everyone that knew him.
A dear friend during my college yrs in San Diego and a part of our church group. Curt was truly a great friend to all. He was very kind and compassionate always. He will be missed, however, is now resting in the arms of his savior.
Here's an update for Curt's friends:
A memorial for Curt Noland will be 10 a.m., Feb. 4, at Daybreak Church, 6515 Ambrosia Lane, Carlsbad.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders or World Vision.
1903 Wright Pl. Ste., 220
Carlsbad, CA 92008
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