Curtis McCoy was born in French Lick, CA and resided in the state of California for many years. Curtis relocated to Reno, NV in the early 1990’s after a divorce and then to Las Vegas in 1996 to begin what would be one of the largest growth spurts of his career in construction. After 40 years of being a carpenter and helping construct numerous hospitality and gaming projects on the strip, Curtis retired due to the lack of construction jobs that were taking place during the recession. He is currently retired from the Local 1977 Carpenters Union but continues to help friends in need with his expertise in construction and when there is work available for union convention construction.
Curtis has three daughters, two son-in-laws and seven grand-children that all reside in California so he spends time throughout the year to visit them all. Since his retirement, he has kept busy by assisting his wife, Ann Parenti in all of her charity work over the years. For many years Curtis was also an officer as a Mason at the Masonic Lodge #421 in El Segundo while residing in California. When the non-profit Forgotten Song Foundation, Inc. was created, Curtis agreed to become the president of the organization.
Both Curtis and Ann have traveled extensively throughout Europe and enjoy helping friends in need and organizations that help children’s causes.