“My sincere condolences to the Currier Family on the passing of Mrs. Currier. She was a wonderful person that I remember fondly. You all made her very proud. God bless you all.
“We all will greatly miss Mrs.Currier and will find ourselves looking for her at the beach thinking-she must be on a wonderful sunny beach somewhere and someday we will again happily join her. Cordially-Janet Skinner, Brooklyn NY.
“Chip, Your mom is part of my earliest memories. I remember talking to her in the kitchen of your Haddon Avenue house while she made meatloaf. I was four years old So sorry for your loss.
“Jack,Sandy & Chip, condolences on your mothers passing. Your mother and father always made me feel welcome in your house when we were growing up. It always makes me smile thinking of them.
“Dear Chip. Sandy and Jack,
David, Mary, my husband and I send all our sympathy. Mary, Michael, John and I are so glad we got to see her this summer in Cape May. She was a lovely woman as was your dad. We have many fine memories of you all when you were young and back home in Collingswood.
She loved you all so very much but I am sure that she is happy to be reunited with her Dick.
Kay Bryant and family
“I will miss visiting your Mom in Cape May.Thinking of her brings back many happy memories.You have my deepest sympathy on your loss.
“Jack, Chip, and Sandy: Jack and I send our love and deepest sympathy. We are so thankful for our visit and time with Tottie this past summer. I'm so thankful for her presence in my life for these past 55 years!
Drs. Margaret and Jack Jones
“Jack and Kelly (and Sandy, Randy and Chip),
Of course, I am sorry to hear about your mom's passing. I do know, though, that in the midst of an active life is how she would have wanted it to happen! I have known your mom for a few years now, having had the pleasure of celebrating some holidays and events with her. Always such a joy to hear what she would add to a conversation -- and to share in what she would add to a meal! :-) I know you will all miss your mom greatly, and I hope...
“ToTTie lived a full life. Now She is sleeping.John 5:28 says, "The hour is coming when all those in the memorial tombs will hear His voice and come out." So now she is resting.
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Helen "Tottie" CurrierAGE: 85 • Formerly of CollingswoodHelen "Tottie" Currier (nee Taylor) RN, of Cape May and formerly of Camden and Collingswood, NJ passed at the age of 85.Tottie is a direct descendent of the Cooper family of Camden. Beloved wife of the late Richard...Read More