Wakefield, Massachusetts


Wakefield, Massachusetts


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Curry, Mark J. Of Wakefield formerly of Belmont August 3, 2014. Son of the late James F. & Claire (Francouer) Curry. Beloved husband of Dawn (Blackstock) Curry. Devoted father of Devin, Rachel & Claire Curry of Wakefield. Dear brother of Jean Burbidge of Lexington and James Curry of...

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Mark and I go back to middle school, He have been best friends ever since.I wish I knew something was more more serious but I had no idea. I will live with this burden the rest of my life. I love you so much you are my brother I miss you every day , Some day we will be together again Dukie

My dear friend....I will miss our calls and thank you for all the laughs and great times over my lifetime. I was blessed to have you as a friend and you will forever be my brother in heaven!

Oh Dawn, I'm so sorry to hear of Mark's sudden passing. He was certainly a bright light whenever he was present. The last time I saw him he was leaving my house wearing a Santa hat and making everyone laugh! You are all in my prayers, Honey. Take care and hope to see you soon. Love you, Annie

Ed, RIP my brother. RIP. Such a shame. Brendan

We are sorry to see you go, you will be missed. Our hearts are heavy for Dawn and the kids.
Our deepest sympathy
Louie, Kathy & Alexis

To The Curry Family; "Markus" was one in a million. We had the pleasure of knowing him over the last 15 years. A wonderful man and no doubt he will be missed. Always smiling and great sense of humor. Keeping all of you close to our hearts.
RIP in peace my good friend.
Tino and Jean

Melrose, MA

Oh Dawn. I am so sorry to hear about Mark. Unfortunately I know what you are going through. It's been many years since I last saw Mark, but I will always remember his warmth and kindness. Thinking about you and the kids.

Kathy Gassman

To Dawn, Devon, Rachel and Claire we send our deepest sympathies to all of you. You lost your Husband and Father WAY to soon. We will miss his saying hello to us when we were gardening or shoveling as he was always so friendly. It just won't be the same in the neighborhood without him and he will be missed. Curry Family, may your memories give you comfort in the coming days and let us know if there is anything we can do to help you through this difficult time, we are only a stone throw away.