Hello, Curry family. A friend mentioned travelling to Nova Scotia and this triggered me to wonder if Harold was still living. I was saddened but not surprised to find his obituary. And I smiled to see the photo of Mike and my marriage way back in 1974. I think of all of you now and again, hoping everyone is well and happy. I've been running my own landscape design and installation company here in Kentucky for the last 12 years or so. Life here is good. All the best to everyone,
Ann (Ferguson)(Curry) Bowe
Mike, Tim and Jon:
I remember your father with fondness from old Windsor days. My sincere condolences for your loss.
Gail Church, Ottawa, ON
Mrs.Curry, Mike, Tim and John and families--Another voice from the past--I cared for Kay through Home Care for almost a year and met the family in the home. I have fond memories of Harold's tender, loving care. He was a stalwart, kind man with many interests and accomplishments. On one of my last visits, he was in the livingroom caning a chair! Fascinating... He will be missed.
Mrs Curry and Family, So sorry for your loss. You have wonderful memories to hold on to to help ease your loss. Mr. Curry liked to joke with me when he came to salon to meet Mrs. Curry and although that has not been for some time I have those fond memories of him. He was always a gentleman and kind.Mrs.Curry please know you are in my thoughts.God Bless
Mrs. Curry and Family:
Please accept our sincere sympathy at this time of great loss. My late husband,Randy, was a director of Twin Cities Dairy during the time that Harold served as President. He thoroughly enjoyed the experience and always spoke of Harold with great respect and admired him both as a person and a leader in the dairy industry. We pray that your many happy memories will bring you peace and comfort in the days and months ahead.
Mrs. Mae (Randolph) Stevens and family
Second Peninsula, Lunenburg Co.