Cecil Barr CURREY

Tampa, Florida

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Gene & Family -
Cecil will be missed by many of us in Montana. He was a wonderful man.
You are in our hearts & prayers.
- Duane & Shirley Fagnan

Cecil will be missed by my whole family. I will remember all the times we were together. Gene you and your whole famiy are in our prayers.

You will be missed dearly by all. Love you Uncle Cecil.

I will always remember the times he came to visit in Central City to visit my grandparents Merle and Ilene Good. My prayers are with you Gene.

Was so sorry to hear of Cecil's passing as were many of his old friends at cardiac rehab. He will always hold a special place in my heart as well as my daughter Liz's. He was, after all, the first person to pay for her musical services to serenade Gene at her birthday party many years ago. He would be so pleased to know that she has continued on with her music and will soon earn her masters in vocal performance at USF. His travel pics, also, still hang on our world map in cardiac rehab...

Dear Currey Family - Please know that through his teaching, he shared a priceless gift. Dr. Currey was a favorite of mine. Sincere condolences from a USF History Major, Class of '72.

God brings his people together at different times and for different reasons.
Looking back on 10 years, we are glad that our family was blessed by the opportunity to worship and fellowship with Cecil and Gene Curry, some of the Curry tribe.
Sunday school was never boring, with Cecil's quick wit and desire to share his own lessons from God's gentle care. Cecil was readily available to pray, mentor and enjoy God's creation together.
Thank you Cecil, from Debbie and Duncan and...

I was honored to receive my Oath of Commissioning as a Second Lieutant by Dr Currey in 1984. Next month will be 29 years of service as a Commissioned Army Officer. Dr Currey provided a vital mentoring and teaching role in my life which I have endeavored to pass on to numerous Army Soldiers during the past 29 years.

Prof. Currey was the best teacher I ever had at USF. He was amazing in his overall demeanor. He could be humble, but also know when to put someone in their place. Some students didn't understand him, and others loved him. I was able to buy a copy of his "controversial" book, Self Destruction written under the pen name of Cincinatus. He was more than happy to sign it for me. But what I will remember most is his sense of humor. It was very unexpected, and would catch you off...


Cecil's Obituary

CURREY, Cecil Barr, age 80 of Lutz, passed away on March 12, 2013. Cecil was born November 29, 1932 on a farm near Clarks, NE, the youngest of five children of Cecil C. and Edith E. Currey. During adolescence, he worked various jobs to help with expenses and earn his way in the world. Upon high...

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