Sandra Curry age 80, passed away April 27th, 2022. She was born July 4th, 1941 in Canton, Ohio to Joseph and Ida Simon. She graduated from Timken High School in 1959 and worked for Key Bank, Inc. for 20 years; retiring from GE Capital. Sandra married James Curry in 1960 and in this union were born three daughters. Sandra was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church, was an avid reader and loved gardening.
Sandra is survived by her children, Joann Curry, Lora (Jeff) Cutlip, Lisa (Jeff) Pecenko; grandchildren, Morgan (Daniel) Brown, Miranda (Joel) Lynch, Kyle Pecenko, Jessica (Thomas) Ruskin, Jillian (Bill) Johnson; great-grandchildren, Callie, Jamie and Bailey Brown; Myles Lynch, Austin & Alivia (Ruskin) Peterson, and Benson Johnson.
She was preceded in death by her husband, James and sister, Janice Careway.
Friends may call at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home May 3rd, 2022 from 5-7pm. Funeral Mass will be held May 4th, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Louis Catholic Church.
Sorry for your loss, Lora. Blessings
Larry & Julie
So sorry girls to hear of the loss of your mother. I have fond memories of working with her at Society/Key Bank years ago. She was a lovely lady and I always enjoyed talking with her. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sandy was a close girlfriend for years. We went to church together and to school together. We danced together and played 45 rpm records over the phone. We passed notes to each other in school. Sandy introduced me to my husband Rick who was a friend and neighbor of Alan Sukosd who was Sandy’s cousin. I will forever be grateful to Sandy for that. We had a church group (we were all Hungarian kids) and we really had fun. Sandy and I messaged each other a couple of weeks ago and she told me she was doing well. I was so happy to hear that. She was always kind and caring and she loved Jim and her girls so much. I will miss her, knowing she will not be on Facebook any longer. We grew up together, two Hungarian girls attending a Hungarian church. Yes, I will miss her but I have great memories. My heartfelt sympathy to her daughters who took such good care of her. Love to all of you. Donna