Dayton shooting victim to be buried in West Virginia

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Beatrice Warren-Curtis, 36, was in the Oregon District Saturday evening with her friend Monica Brickhouse, who also died in the tragedy.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Services will be Saturday for Beatrice “Nicole” Warren-Curtis, who was with a friend also fatally shot.

Beatrice “Nicole” Warren-Curtis, who died in the Oregon District mass shooting, will be buried Saturday in West Virginia.

Visitation for Warren-Curtis will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday with a noon service at Weaver Mortuary, 1718 W. 3rd Ave. in Williamson, W.V. Burial will immediately follow at Mountain View Memory Gardens, said a funeral home representative.

She was a resident of Carrollton, Va., according to a death notice.

Warren-Curtis, 36, was in the Dayton entertainment district with her friend Monica Brickhouse, 39, who also died in the tragedy.

The two friends were each “one-of-a-kind,” said a former supervisor.

They worked once together at a health insurance company in Norfolk, Va. where the two forged a friendship, said Tonya Amos.

Warren-Curtis was in Dayton last weekend to visit Brickhouse. Brickhouse, originally from Springfield, moved back to the area recently and was living in Dayton with her young son, Amos said.

Funeral arrangements are set Saturday for Brickhouse from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m in Springfield at Greater Grace Temple, 380 W. Leffel Lane.

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