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Remembering “a”

December 3, 1956 – March 9, 2022

Remembering “a”

“a” a special letter, a special being, a special Brother.

Brilliantly intelligent, he graduated from Gabriela Mistral High School in San Juan, Puerto Rico within two years, in 1973.

He was accepted into Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. While there, he pledged the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated, Rho Sigma Chapter in 1975 and before finishing his degree, he entered the US Marines.

He was a “Mystic Soul” with an infinite love for music, coinciding with his Line Name: “Mystic Q.”

He was preceded in death by his Father, Juan Curet-Alvarez in 2013 and his Mother, Zenaida Geigel-Andino in 2014.

His mother never stopped praying for his well-being and hoped that some day he would be willing once again to connect with his family.

“a” is survived by his brother, Stewart Curet-Geigel, and his sister, Ivette Curet Geigel.

He is survived by an uncle, cousins, nieces, nephews and members of Omega PsiPhi Fraternity, Inc. who will cherish his memory forever.

We have always loved him and will love him forever.

We wish our destiny would have been to spend more time in touch with each other, but God had special plans for a special brother, a special being, a special letter!

“a” _ Rest In Peace. Rest In Power.

“Rest In Omega, with God’s Grace & Protection…Bruh.”

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