Curtis Ebdon

Curtis Todd Ebdon

March 25, 1958 - February 1, 2021
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Curtis Todd Ebdon, age 62, of Shelton entered into rest suddenly on Monday February 1, 2021 in his home. He was the devoted husband for over 10 years to Debra (Burton) DeMarco Ebdon. He was born in Meriden on March 25, 1958 son of the late Edgar Horswell Ebdon, Jr. and Mary Elizabeth Stout Ebdon. Curt’s career as a Graphic Designer spanned 40 years. He owned and operated his own business for over 20 years before accepting a position over a decade ago as a Senior Director of Design and Digital Print at Fairfield University.
Curt dedicated himself to his family, friends and community. When his children were young, he volunteered in several Shelton athletic programs as a coach, including Little League, Softball, Pop Warner football, and the Shelton High School Football team. Curt’s love for coaching and for the players he coached had an enormous impact on so many young lives.
He took on honorary roles as hype man for the nationally ranked Shelton Pop Warner Cheer Teams, Shelton Merch Designer, and Creative director for the band, Malpraktis. His kindness, humor, and his love for competition were felt by all who crossed his path. He will forever be remembered as a man who could make a stranger feel like a friend and a coach who made the impossible seem achievable.
Curt’s memory will live on through the model of fatherhood and kindness he created for his family and friends. It will live on through Christmas Eve celebrations, trips to Yankee Stadium, SEC football games, and eating wings at Porky’s.

He is the beloved father of Todd Ebdon, Dean Ebdon and his wife Melissa, Kyle Hallmark and her husband Brandon, and Kate Ebdon, step-father of Michael and Dominic DeMarco, proud grandfather of Bryce, Bentley and Oakley Hallmark and Nora Ebdon, loving brother of John Ebdon, Jeffrey Scott Ebdon and Drew Ebdon and his wife Sandra. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to a Curt Ebdon Scholarship to benefit a graduating high school student athlete from Shelton and Ledyard High Schools.

Friends are invited to watch Curt’s memorial service on Saturday at 11 am via Livestream at Due to the Covid pandemic, a public celebration of Curt’s life will be celebrated in the future when it is safe to gather. The Riverview Funeral Home, 390 River Rd. Shelton are entrusted with the arrangements.
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Posted at 12:14pm
My sympathy to all the Ebdon family on your tragic loss. Curt was certainly blessed by his remarkable family and countless friends. Curt was a generous, kind and respectful colleague of mine for many years at Fairfield University. He brought his considerable talents to his graphic design leadership role, but always with his genuine thoughtfulness, good humor and a willingness to help and make things better. I will hold dear my memories of working with this very decent man. He will be missed but remembered so fondly. Wishing you all God's grace for peace and comfort at this difficult time. Cathy O'Donnell

Christina DiMartino

Posted at 11:12am
My deepest and sincerest condolences to the Ebdon family . I saw Curt over the course of almost 20 years when he would get his haircut at The Hair Language in Shelton. He was a kind and caring person and was wonderful having casual conversation in the waiting area. You were helpful to me when my son was trying to get into college and gave me some great advice. Thanks for the conversation Curt . rest in eternal peace.

Mary Ross Barney

Posted at 02:11pm
I am sadden by the quick death of this good man. I know it is hard to say good-bye so I won’t . I will say see you later. I remember working the concession stand during the”mud bowl” while you were being covered in mud and the rest of the team. I remember you being homecoming king. You always had a smile. I know we will see you again. Rest In Peace. Say hi to my brother Shawn.

John H. Ebdon, Jr.

Posted at 05:42pm
There are so many images and memories of Curt from when the New York Ebdons would visit with the Connecticut Ebdons. But the one that will stay with me the longest is of Curt explaining how he started hugging his brothers. Our family was never physically demonstrative and hugging just was not part of our lives. Curt showed us that he wanted to share that connection with his brothers and, in doing so, got all of us to do the same. From that day forward, I hugged my parents upon greeting and departure for as long as I was able,, and continue to hug my sisters. For that I will forever thank my cousin Curt.

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