May the god of comfort be a source of strength for your family at this difficult time. 2Corn 1:3, 4. Deepest Sympathy, Sue, Concord, NC
God bless you Mr. Curran...may you rest in peace. Always a gentleman. Was at Molloy from '71 to '75. Didn't have the privilege to play for him but did see him lead the Stanners to back-to-back City Championships. Great memories of a great time in life and of a great man.
condolence to the Curran family,may you have peace,and be consoled by our Heavenly Father..........dnc
My sincere condolence for the loss of Jack your dear loved one. May your fond thoughts of him bring back good memories. Peace and love to your family and friends, and to the spirit that you all show. email@example.com
My sincere condolence to the Curran family. May God's word at Isaiah 61:1, 2, bring you comfort in your time of grief .
Our deepest condolences go out to the Curran family. Coach Curran was always there to help a lending hand to anyone who needed it. Not only a great teacher of the game, but life as well. You will be missed, coach. Thanks for all your help. Rest in peace.
I offer my sincere condolences. Take comfort in knowing that God cares for you and invites you to look to him for comfort. (1 Peter 5:6,7)
Some people come in our life as blessings,and others come in our life as lessons! Welcome Both!! How he served so many....Daley's
What a wonderful man Coach Curran was! He was a great friend to the Cremins family. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Johnny Cremins
Coach Curran while a great coach was an even better man.
I spent time working under Jack's tutelage and enjoyed every moment with him - and his visits to Vermont.Molloy has been blessed with 55 years of his devotion and professionalism - and Jack considered himself blessed to be with the staff and students there.All the testimonials attest to his enduring legacy.
I enjoyed a friendship with this wonderful man.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
I am a retired basketball coach from Baltimore City College, a boys' high school. In December, 1967, we beat Archbiship Malloy, 76-71, in the finals of a Christmas tournament in Washington. It was a great win for us over an excellently coached team. I was fortunate enough to win close to 700 hundred games and many championships in my carrer. I always recall the win over Malloy as one of the best. Coach Curran was a ledgen in basketball coaching circles and a true gentleman. He will be missed but certainly remembered, justly so. My sympathies from another 83 year old gym rat!! Jerry Phipps
A heartfelt thanks for touching my life Mr. Curran.
Thanks coach for helping me through freshman year at Molloy. You will be missed
Truly a walking saint above men. He was sensitive to the needs of poor students in his era, not only athletes of his school, but of anyone he came into his life. He does not require beatification by church officals but was beatified in life on earth byhis athletes, students and all with whom Jack had contact.
To the family of Jack Curran, my deepest sympathy. Mr. Curran was a class act and a great coach.
Mary Ann Phelan (Maspeth)
jack was one of my favorite country singers--statue of a fool--he will be missed---joe and kathy kraska
Coach was like a parent away from home. Always teaching. To this day I use the words Yes and call people Sir because he taught me how to respect myself and others. He also taught me to always pay attention to whatever I was taking part in. I'll never forget him coming up to us during an inning and quizzing us on the count/score/inning. He was always teaching. He will be sorely missed.
For the family, there are no words to ease your anguish at this time but I hope that the comfort from our heavenly Father and the love of family and friends help you to cherish joyful memories. Coach will be missed
I am sorry for your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time and that God cares for you and will help you during your time of need. Psalms 121:2 says"My help is from God. The maker of heaven and earth." With deepest sympathy.
To the family and friends of coach Curran. I express my deepest sympathy at this time please find comfort in reading Psalms 37:11. ~ Alabama
there is hope for dead loved ones. please
I'm deeply sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to you and your family.
Please accept my most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. May the God of all comfort give you the strength to cope. 2 Corth 1:3.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends during this time of sorrow. Please find peace and comfort in Isaiah 65:2.
I had the great good fortune to play on two of Coach Curran's 17 CHSAA championship baseball teams ('64 and '65). Years later, when I would take my own sons to watch his great basketball teams play in D.C., Coach always had the time to say hello and to offer a kind word. It was an honor to have been one of his boys.
I knew mr curran as a kid. It was always a big deal to see him. My dad was friendly with him and shared the same last name. God bless him. I hope he is coaching in heaven
It is comforting to know that Jesus, the Ruler of God's Kingdom, is called the “Prince of Peace,” and he will ensure that “to peace there will be no end.”—Isaiah 9:6, 7.