Alvin Lee Curley, age 58, passed away June 15, 2016. He was born August 7, 1957. He was the oldest son of 9 children born to Alfred Curley and Hilda Lee Curley. Alvin was a member of the Dine' (Navajo) Tribe. He graduated High School in 1975. Lived in Tooele most of his life, in exception to going to school under the Indian Placement Program. Alvin was a very likeable guy, he had a lot of friends. He had a very generous spirit, always willing to help those that were less fortunate than him. He lived a life where he was always giving to another. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him. As a brother, he was the "Big Brother" and always known as "One of the Boys" in reference to him and his other brothers. He always had a smile and loved to joke around. Fondest memories is when we all stayed up late and into the early morning talking about and remembering our growing up years. He was a long time Cowboy football fan, always ecstatic when he received gifts with his favorite team logo. Alvin was a true "Cowboy" at heart. With his black hat and his long black statesman duster coat, and his fancy cowboy boots; he dressed up in his attire with a sense of pride. We can now imagine him riding a horse off into the horizon. He is preceded in death by his father, Alfred Curley; and his mother, Hilda Lee Curley. Survived by his brothers: Ralph Curley of Magna, Eddie Curley (Susan) of Magna, Jarry Curley of Tooele, James Curley (Janet) of Gallup, New Mexico; sisters: Sharon Curley of Orem, Patricia Yeaman (Charles) of Tooele, Carolyn Pedro Curley of Tooele, Judy Cordero (Jon) of Ganado, Arizona, and many nephews, nieces, and cousins. Services and Interment will be held on Friday, June 24, 2016 at the Ganado Cemetery in Ganado, Arizona. A special thanks to Spring Creek Memorial of Window Rock, Arizona and also a special thanks to Didericksen Memorial of Grantsville. Condolences and Well wishes can be submitted on their website: didericksenmemorial.com.