In Memory

Curt Moscini

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Curtis "Curt" Jon Moscini Resident of San Mateo 1953 - 2014 Curtis "Curt" Jon Moscini, 60, passed away Tuesday morning, August 5, 2014 at his home in San Mateo of complications from diabetes. He was born in San Mateo November 24, 1953 and was preceded in death by his parents Raymond, Darlene and sister Shelia. He was the loving husband of his High School sweet heart, Janet for 39 years. Curt is survived by his children Brian, Jeffery and Pamela Moscini, daughter in-law Stefanie and Alexis, four grandchildren Ryan, Brayden, Peyton and Thomas. They were the light of his life. He is also survived by his brother Stanley Moscini, sister in-law Christy, nieces and nephews Lena, Ettie, Valonda, Gina, Tony and Larry. His hobbies in cars and sports led to his many business ventures. He opened Goodies Speed Shop and Automotive Concepts in San Carlos. After his boys gained interest in sports and collecting baseball cards, he moved on to open The Sports Hut, also in San Carlos. Curt always talked about opening a restaurant. Despite having no experience in the restaurant industry, he decided to purchase a Mountain Mike's Pizza franchise in 1993 located in Redwood City. After having success in his first restaurant, he decided to expand and opened three more locations with his family's participation. He also coached baseball and soccer through the years. His boys played in San Mateo National Little League where he became League President. He loved the SF Giants and shared his passion for sports with his family. He could quote baseball statistics and was known as a walking baseball encyclopedia. He enjoyed reading biographies about both sports and politics. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends. A memorial service celebrating Curt's life will be held Thursday, August 14, 2014 11:00 a.m. at Sneider, Sullivan & O'Connell's, 977 S. El Camino Real San Mateo. Visit to leave comments and memories. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Diabetes Association in Curt's honor.

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11/29/14 01:46 AM #1    

Mike McNamara

I'm going to miss the way Chris  would smile and say 'Hi Mike' anytime I would go into one of the Mountain

Mike's Pizza, that he and his family owned.  I think I first met Curt in freshman year at Mills.  He always

had an easy way about him. 

Hew will be greatly missed by his family and friends.


Mike  McNamara

08/26/15 11:47 AM #2    

Rick Browne

Sorry to hear about another classmate. I remember Curt being a very sincere person. & Very intelligent. He did teach me how to burn the tires on my 1967 442 :) & to "Dump" the cluch @3000 RPM! Also to "Power Shift". I wa a never the same after that. I still have the race car in my blood. Plan on building up the 1970 El Camino next... miss to u brother. Since I was the one who was always working a job to get that dream car. & got drafted out of high school. Never had a chance to return. Hope all is well with Curtis family. God Bless

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