Brian Keith Curley
September 29, 1965 - August 16, 2021
Newcomer Funeral Home
Paul Weimer
Patrick S. Tomlinson
Eric Straavaldsen
Sarah Jean Hartnell
Karen Neuhaus
Len Martin
Denine (Curley) Graff
Sarah W Miller Light a candle
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Visitation
Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral Home
302 Columbus Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Friday 8/20, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Service
Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral Home
302 Columbus Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Friday 8/20, 6:00 pm

Brian Keith Curley, age 55, fumbled his save roll against mortality (he died) on August 16, 2021. He was born to Edward and Mary (Fleming) Curley in Oakdale, Calif., on September 29, 1965. Curley graduated from Wausau West High School in 1983 and the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in 1987 with a Bachelor’s degree in Political…

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Niki Marie Robinson left a message on August 22, 2021:
I pray that Lori Ann can spare some of the estate to help me out. My husband Rick has caused our home to go into foreclosure because he wanted to sue people for calling him fat and a terrible writer. Please help!
Mama Raven left a message on August 22, 2021:
This is so unbelievably sad. Brian was such a great man who never let the idiots win. He will be missed. Tommy and I are here for you, Lori. -Mama Raven
Kim Folds left a message on August 22, 2021:
Judge Ashley and I send our condolences. -Kim Folds
Paul Weimer left a message on August 22, 2021:
Lighting this candle for you because I'm so sorry, Brian.
Paul Weimer left a message on August 22, 2021:
I'm so sorry, Brian.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Tony Danza left a message on August 22, 2021:
Thoughts and prayers
Sleeves left a message on August 22, 2021:
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Patrick S. Tomlinson left a message on August 22, 2021:
Brian was a dear friend and he will be sorely missed. He loved to read my books: The Ark, Children of the Divide, Gate Crashers, and of course, In the Black. It's very unfortunate that he had to die while my last novel ended on a cliffhanger. I'm sure he would've loved to read my next novel...
Beth Anderson left a message on August 21, 2021:
What a shock ... I was just thinking back to people that I knew and Brian came into my head .. I went out to see where he was now and saw that he had just passed away. Brian was a kind person, cared about his job and wanted to help people solve their technical challenges. Brian taught me many things about health and kindness. Please know you left a mark on many peoples lives.
Darrell Hooker left a message on August 21, 2021:
My deepest sympathy to Lori and to Brian's family. Brian and I met in college and developed a great friendship and had a great time together; from the Spike and Kyle show on WSUP, to sharing bacon popcorn while watching videos, to game nights with friends that seemed to go on to the wee hours of the morning. We were there for each other's wedding and I was honored to stand up for him on his and Lori's special day. I enjoyed the occasional visits throughout the following years like GenCon, PlatteCon and the Renaissance Faire in Minnesota. I remember the good times together and will miss you my brother.
Eric Straavaldsen left a message on August 20, 2021:
In memory of Brian Keith Curley, Eric Straavaldsen lit a candle
Doc Cross left a message on August 19, 2021:
I only met Brian a couple of times at Gen Con, but I have interacted and read his stuff many times over the last 25 or so years. He was a good guy, often very funny and always showing his love for Lori and their fur children. He will be missed. I'll turn loose an owlbear on my D&D players for you, Brian.
Ben Sousa left a message on August 19, 2021:
I knew Brian for about 10 years through work. He was patient and kind every time I talked to him or saw him in a meeting. He had a great laugh too. He will be missed.
Teresa Arauco left a message on August 19, 2021:
To all of Brian's family, I am so sorry that you all are going through this. I hope you all are hanging in there during this difficult time and have found many sources of comfort and relief. I worked with Brian for many, many years and always appreciated the way he "demystified" his part of our work puzzle. Sending you all many hugs and well wishes, ~ Teresa Arauco from UW DoIT
Sarah Jean Hartnell left a message on August 19, 2021:
I loved your hugs. Hugging you was something I always looked forward to doing when I knew I would get to see you. Even if the best I could do was give you a hug from behind because you were sitting, I felt such warmth and joy. I cherish those hugs and think of them whenever I think of you.
Karen Neuhaus left a message on August 19, 2021:
I’m extremely saddened by the loss of your beloved husband Lori. I remember coming to your wedding and I feel privileged that you invited me. You were a beautiful couple and best friends to each other, my ideal of a happy relationship. Healing blessings
Charlotte Rucks left a message on August 18, 2021:
Lori: Brian was a kind, smiling soul. A giggling GM at the game table especially when either it was a crit or a total failure. His live for pets was great. I will miss his smile and laughter. Love and hugs. Brian better be ready to play with Gary.
Len Martin left a message on August 18, 2021:
In memory of Brian Keith Curley, Len Martin lit a candle
Len Martin left a message on August 18, 2021:
I am so sorry Lori. "The Best Husband in the World", Brian, is already sorely missed by everyone who has known him. *Bows*
Amy Walden left a message on August 18, 2021:
Lori, So sad to hear of this sudden loss. There are no words I can share to comfort you. May fond memories of Brian help you carry on. Blessings to you. Peace be with you. Amy
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Denine (Curley) Graff left a message on August 18, 2021:
Aunt Mary, Uncle Ed, Cousin Rick & Lori, please know how sad I am to hear of Brian's passing. We spent more time together as kids than we did in our adult lives. Born the same year, graduated the same year. The one big difference was Brian being a Packers fan & me being a Bears fan. He loved to give me a hard time about that! He referred to me as "Cuz". Well "Cuz", you were taken way too young like your brother Mike. May you rest in peace & may all of the good memories your wife, family & friends have of you, provide them with comfort as they all miss you.
Mark Nessel left a message on August 18, 2021:
I worked with Brian for 20+ years at the University. He was a great guy. He cared about doing good work for his customers, and enjoyed being part of the team. Safe journey Brian.
Nix left a message on August 18, 2021:
Brian was an amazing individual. He was among the first to make me feel welcome at OddCon. I considered him a friend and he is sorely missed. I wished our gaming schedules met up better, I would have loved to have either sat at his table or him at mine. The Madison area was better with him in it and there is definitely a hollow where he Brian stood.
Sarah W Miller left a message on August 18, 2021:
Always kind and sweet to me
Geoff Speare left a message on August 18, 2021:
Brian was an amazing man who created so many great games and shared them with us. He was one of the first people I met when gaming in Milwaukee - I missed him in later years but will never forget the good times we had. My condolences to all his family and friends.
Lori Ann Curley left a message on August 18, 2021:
I always will love you. You have been the World's Greatest Husband.
Newcomer Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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