Anne CURRY — Sydney [OBITUARY]

Obituary published on January 22, 2022.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our precious mother, Anne Curry, 90, who passed away at home on January 20, 2022. Anne was born in Sydney on July 10, 1931. She was the loving daughter and only child of Pauline (Kormelo) and William Jasinski. She spent her childhood immersed in her Ukrainian culture at Whitney Pier playing the mandolin, dancing, and singing in the Ukrainian Church choir. She proudly and successfully worked as an executive secretary at the General Office of the Sydney Steel Corporation before marrying Leo J. Curry in September 1953. She always said her greatest accomplishment was her family, whom she loved more than anything. Her generosity, sincere kindness, and love radiated to all around her. She touched so many hearts by giving of herself. She felt very blessed to have wonderful friends and neighbours who meant the world to her. Mom’s love extended to all living things, as helping and caring for others came so naturally to her. Making those around her comfortable and happy was always Mom’s main priority. She loved nature, feeling the wind and sun on her face, listening to the birds, and appreciating the simple beauty of life. In addition, her appreciation for music gave her tremendous joy and was a constant throughout her life. We will miss her warmth and beautiful smile everyday. Anne’s husband, Leo, predeceased her in 2021. She is survived by her seven children, Bill (Trina), Paula, Philip (Wendy), Danny (Michele), Stephen (Deborah), Mary, Patti (Collin); seven grandchildren, Nicole, Leo, William, Lauren, Katherine, Roanan, and Lauchlan, and two great-grandchildren. Keeping with Anne’s wishes, there will be no visitation or service with an inurnment later this year. In honour of Mom’s love for animals, donations may be made to your local SPCA or any charity of your choice. “A mother’s love is always with her children. Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know, but her goodness, her caring, and her wisdom live on, like a legacy of love that will always be with you. May all the love you gave surround you now, Mom, and bring you eternal peace.”


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