According to his obituary, Curtis enjoyed the Grateful Dead and Phish, and he frequently attended their shows. Carl stated that he would use his brother's appreciation for music as a way to remember him, and a commenter even mentioned that they would do the same. Carl added that he would even include tunes from Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.
"I'll be listening to the music you love and will be right there with you."
"He cherished time spent with his precious children, who were the center of his world," the obituary read.
Carl insisted in the caption that he would look after his nieces and nephews.
Fellow Bravo stars were among the hundreds of people to send their condolences to the 35-year-old. His post received over 15,000 likes, and the comment section was filled with hearts, prayer hand emoji, and well wishes for the reality star.
One of Carl's best friends and co-stars, Lindsay Hubbard, was among the first to respond. The two have often supported one another on the show.
"Love you so much Carl," the Hubb House owner wrote.
Lindsay's boyfriend, Stephen Traversie, also shared some positivity via a heart emoji in the comments and Danielle Olivera offered a shoulder to cry on. Danielle and Carl's friendship was also highlighted in the show.
"Love you, here for you always," she shared.
"God bless brother," Carl's Season 1 castmate Everett Scott Weston wrote.