Curtis Moore Weston Dies at 92

Curtis Moore Weston of Decker Auto Glass, died January 17, 2020 at Central Wyoming Hospice at the age of 92.

After graduating high school in 1945 he enlisted in the Navy and served in World War II. Following his service, Weston graduated from Copiah-Lincoln Junior College is Wesson, Miss. and Southwestern at Memphis College (now Rhodes College).

He purchased Decker Auto Glass, from one of his customers, and moved to Casper, Wyo., in 1978. He transformed the one small auto glass shop into four shops and a wholesale glass warehouse with distribution in Wyoming and Western Nebraska and was named Wyoming Small Business Person of the year. Weston owned the company until 2008, when he retired.

In addition to his parents, Weston was also preceded in death by his siblings, Jack (Trilba) Weston, Louise Boschert Weston, Fred (Katherine) Weston, Ruth Weston Cable, and Clyde (Hazel) Weston.

He is survived by sister (Katherine) Weston, brother-in-law, Bill Cable, sister-in-law, Wanda Weston, lifelong friend and “adopted son,” Dan (Kathy) Seth, eight nieces and nephews, and many great-grandnieces and grandnephews.

According to the Casper Star Tribune, Weston will be cremated and his remains will be buried in the Oregon Trail Veterans Cemetery in Evansville, Wyo. Memorial Services will be held Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 3:00 pm at Newcomer Casper Chapel.

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