Kurt A. Acosta
February 12, 1956 - January 3, 2014
Acosta, Kurt age 57 of Canton, January 3, 2014. Beloved husband of Karen.
Loving father of Gary (Carrie) Kenski, and Jason Kenski. Dear son of Celia, and the late Arthur Acosta. Proud Popi of Skyler Kenski.
He will be deeply missed by all his friends and extended family.
Funeral Monday 10 AM at Vermeulen Funeral Home, 46401 West Ann Arbor Road (between Sheldon and Beck) Plymouth. Visitation Sunday 2-8 PM.
Interment Knollwood Memorial Park.
Memorials may be made to Hospices of Henry Ford, 1 Ford Place, 5A, Detroit MI 48202-3450. .
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VisitationVermeulen Funeral Home-Plymouth
2-8 PM Sunday January 5, 2014
ServicesVermeulen Funeral Home-Plymouth
10 AM Monday January 6, 2014
IntermentKnollwood Memorial Park
kIMBERLY wESTON-lEWISTo the Acosta family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Karen continue to hold onto the hand of Jesus our precious SAVIOR...
I love you Much...
your wifeI want you to know this is so many ways wrong that you picked the coldest, most snow winter we have in 5 years to leave me. I miss you.
David W. DunvilleI first really got to know Kurt when I spent the summer at his house. I had an amazing experience I met new friends and had a lot of fun. almost every day I'd have an discussion with Kurt almost everyday about everything. And during that summer I realized that I have made a friend that I can always go to, and that was Kurt. At first I knew Kurt as the uncle with all of the Rice Krispies, Then I knew him as Uncle Kurt, then as my movie buddy, Then I knew him as Kurt, and then about two and an half years ago I knew him as my mentor, but through all the times if known him, I known him as my BEST FRIEND. And I'll never forget everything he has done for me. So this is my stories about Kurt. And I'll miss him dearly.
Mary Garza R.N.Mrs. Acosta, so sorry to learn of Mr. Acostas passing, we the nurses who came to know you both, always prayed for you. Please know you and your family will remain in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Joanna Skaife R.NSo sorry to hear of Kurts passing. He was a wonderful person, and a joy to take care of. He will be missed by his friends at Botsford. We will be praying for his wife and family.
tersesa winninghamschool mate from taylor kennedy high school, my deepest sympathy to your family. seen in paper.
Char RousseauYOU ARE LOVED BY ME AND COUNTLESS OTHERS, WE WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR KINDNESS TO EVERYONE YOU MET, AND WE WILL SEE YOU IN HEAVEN
Denise MachuskoKaren, I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Kurt in secondary in the olden days.He showed me how to properly rake the mail (from the bottom up, in case you don't know)! He had a great sense of humor and a contagious laugh. He will be missed. I wish you and your family peace.
Sharon Harrison-RayfordI'm sorry for your loss, but I know that you will always have him in your heart. Your life is about to start on a whole new journey and he will be a part of it in a different way. Love you!!
Michael DunvilleKurt is my Brother-In-Law. Living in Arizona never let me spend the time with t him that I would have liked to. When we were together we laughed even though I always beat him playing golf. He knew how much I hated Ohio sTATE, and I had to smile looking at his posted picture. I am hoping he didn't have to suffer and he is in a better place.I know he touched a lot of people in great ways and maybe that was his calling I miss you a lot already my friend and will never forget how you took care of Brent when he came to visit.