Curtis Leiba (April, 25 1933 – March, 29 2018) Curtis Leiba, age 84 born in Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad, passed away on March 29, 2018, peacefully at home in Stone Mountain, Georgia. He is preceded in death by his Grandson Marcus Lake, his sisters Claudette Douglass and Marlene MacFarlane and his brother Clayton Leiba. He is survived by his loving wife Vignette, four children, Catherine, Natalie, Joseph and Keegan, two sisters Annette and Marion and one brother Peter ; twelve grandchildren, two great grandchildren; two sons-in –law; two daughters-in-law and many more loving family and friends. Curtis was a very devoted family man and as we celebrate his life we recognize with humility and thankfulness sacrifices that he made for his family. Your family will be forever in your debt as you paved the way to a better future for us all. Join us for a private viewing to be held on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at Wages and Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Memorial services to be held on Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 11:00 am at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 600 Mountain View Drive, Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083.

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  1. May your memories and love provide some peace during this most difficult of times. Your family remains in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. Dear Vignette,
    It has been our delight that we introduced ourselves to each other a short while ago as parishioners of Corpus Christi who attend the same Sunday liturgy. I can only imagine the delightful couple you and Curtis were to all who knew you as such. Thank you for letting us know of Curtis’s illness that allowed us to pray for both of you daily. Our prayers now are to give thanks that Curtis knows the love and healing of our heavenly Father and that your grieving, through your faith in the Resurrection, assists you in this challenging process.
    Sending our love and condolences to all,
    Frank and Claudette Cuddy

  3. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and the family. We are just a phone call away. I will always remember the kindness Curtis showed me.

    May he rest in peace.

    William & Margaret

  4. Dear Vignette and Family,
    I am grateful for the opportunity to know and be of service to Curtis and the family. May the wisdom of Our Lord guide you, His presence comfort you, and His strength support you.

  5. Vignette
    My heartfelt prayers for Curtis as well as for yourself as he passes into the loving hands of the Lord.
    Truly a challenging time for you both but now he is at rest!
    Hold you before the Lord each day in my prayer!

  6. Our family has been “connected” on the entire Leiba family for years and years … (certainly over 100 years !!!). My mother went to school with Aunt Youkyn so it with a deep sense of loss that I have read of Curtis passing. I remember the Abercromby Street days … Clayton (and all his problems), Marlene, Curtis, Annette, Marlon, and Peter…. with a feeling of real personal grief.
    I am now 84 years old (yes,the same as Curtis) and have lived in London, England, for the past 57 years.
    May the Good Lord look after him, and give all of you the strength to carry on.

    ..

  7. Acts 24:15 gives a wonderful hope of a resurrection for those we have lost in death. May you endure and find peace through our Father, the God of all comfort

  8. I am from Morvant, but I don’t know your family. However, I wish to send neighborly words of encouragement. Please remember the hope of seeing our dear loved ones again as expressed by Jesus at John 5:28,29.

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