Curtis W. Hopkins Illustrator

January 28, 1991

Services for Curtis W. Hopkins, who worked for more than two decades as an illustrator at AAI Corp. in Cockeysville, will be at 7:30 tonight at First United Methodist Church in Denedin, Fla.

Mr. Hopkins died of cancer Thursday at his Dunedin home. He was 63.

A native of Monkton, Mr. Hopkins was a 1944 graduate of Jarrettsville High School and served in the Army Air Corps in the latter part of World War II.

Mr. Hopkins and his wife of 38 years, the former Mary Ruth Coen, lived on College Avenue in Lutherville from 1953 to 1989, when they moved to Florida.

Surviving, in addition to Mrs. Hopkins, are a son, Barry C. Hopkins of Chicago; a daughter, Valerie A. Florian of Towson; two sisters, Wilhelmina Ellis of Jarrettsville and Evelyn Yost of Bel Air; and a grandson.

The family suggests that donations be made to Hospice Care Inc., 300 E. Bay Drive, Largo, Fla. 34640, or to a favorite charity.

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