Curtis “Curt” Lee Thomson, 68, passed away Saturday, May 16, 2020 in his home surrounded by family. Curt was born August 7, 1951 in Moorhead, MN to Leo and Lois (Gehrig) Thomson. He grew up in Barnesville, MN where he graduated from Barnesville High School. Curt married Karen in 1973. They raised their family on the farm in Rothsay until later moving to West Fargo. His passion was truck driving, but he also farmed, had a limousine company, and started a landscaping company. Curt loved to hunt, give tractor rides to the grandkids, and ride his Harley. His family was his pride and joy. Curt is survived by his wife, Karen; children, Shawn (Kathie), Candida, Jesse (Jill), Jeremy; grandchildren, Kim (Mike), Kellie, Bailey, Jada, Marisa; and mother, Lois Thomson. Curt is preceded in death by his father, Leo Thomson. Curt's Live Stream is able to be viewed below: Curt's Video Tribute can be viewed below:
Karen so sorry to hear about Curt prayers to you and family
My sympathies to the Thomson family, always enjoyed visiting with Curt. Thinking of all of you. Daryl and Vicky Anderson
Tom and I are so sorry for your loss. We are sending prayersand our love to everyone during this difficult time.
Jesse and family sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
Always enjoyable riding with ya Curt. RIP
Love you so much papa
I’m so sorry for your loss Jesse, and the rest of the family, you all are in my prayers
Sure am going to miss this great man. He is a Legend. I’ve always liked spending time with Thomson family. Crank up that bike in Heaven Curt, throw your leg over that saddle and Ride in Peace.
So sorry for your loss! He was a great friend! Knew him from high school!
So sorry for your loss, Jeremy, you and your family is in out thoughts and prayers.
Curt, you were a good man to know. Rest in peace and ride free my friend.
Amazing husband, father, grandfather and brother-in-law. Taken too soon.
Karen and family so sorry to hear about Curt’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Darcy Anderson
Thank you Curt for allowing me into your life just a little bit. You are a great man. RIP
Curt was a Great Guy he will be missed by more than you know. Every one knew him there in there own way.
From the first time i met him at the cafe/bar in Lisbon to the as he called it pony races, to coming for a ride to the Lake on his bike, to he couldnt afford to put a p in his last name.
So long Buddy!!.
Good bye Curt till we meet on the other side.
So sorry for your loss Karen. Prayers for you and your family!
So sorry Karen and family. He was a great cousin and will be missed. My prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. Cousin Michele
So sorry for your loss Karen. Please know that we have you and your family in our thoughts and prayers!