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Paul Curry

Paul Gordon Curry

January 14, 2021
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Obituary

Beloved husband, father, son, brother and foster parent passed away Thursday, January 14, 2021, age 54 years. Son of Richard and Paulette (Cormier) Curry, Paul was born December 12, 1966 in Saginaw, Michigan. He was a 1985 graduate of Douglas McArthur High School where he played hockey with his dad as a coach and brother as a teammate. He then graduated from Alma College in 1989. Paul later received his Master’s Degree in Missions from Regent University in 1993. He had a love for sports, and later in life Paul played on the Old Golds Baseball team in Saginaw with his son, father, brother and brother-in-law. He married Melanie “Melody” Montelo on August 18, 1990. She survives him. Paul was employed by Endurance Carbide in Bridgeport, Consumers Energy, Carrollton Public Schools as a substitute teacher , para-pro, and instructor at Omni Adult Education, and was recently self-employed doing home restoration. He was a faithful member and attender of New Life Saginaw where he served as a prayer partner, Sunday school teacher, and Celebrate Recovery leader. Paul was a mentor with The Power of Dad. Paul’s love for Jesus Christ was very contagious, and he had the heart of a missionary. His love for the kids in the neighborhood was larger than life. He especially enjoyed inner- city youth mentoring. Paul’s heart for the community was even larger than his smile, and his love for his wife and children made him glow.
Surviving besides his wife Melody are two sons and two daughters, Joel Curry, Micah (Mitchell) Arner, Julia Curry, and Adam Curry; his parents, Richard and Paulette Curry; one brother and two sisters, Christine (Kip) Schmidt, Patrick (Jennifer) Curry, Nicole (Thomas) Tesch; a sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Theresa (Kenneth) Chamberlain and their daughter, Yvette (Donald) Syed; many nieces and nephews.
Honoring Paul’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of his life will take place in mid-May. Please share memories and condolences with the family at snowfuneralhome.net. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorials to The Power of Dad, P.O. Box 294, Saginaw, Michigan 48606.
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Paul staffhorst

Posted at 09:41pm
I send my prayers to u and the thanks for being a part of my life and friends I met Paul when I was in teen challenge he was a good friend and encourager may GODS Peace be with you all going to Miss him tell we meet in heaven,
AR

Ann Mora Ramos

Posted at 03:45pm
Tall Paul. My dear, dear friend and example of joy in the Lord. Your smile and laugh were infectious, and I'm so privileged to have been your friend for more than 30 years. I will miss you here on Earth, but look forward to reuniting with you in Heaven.
Melissa (Weber) Kelley, Alma '91
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Ann Mora Ramos

Posted at 03:44pm
May you rest peacefully in the arms of the Lord you served so well.
Ann Mora Ramos (Alma 91)
KM

Karl Phillip Mosleyosley

Posted at 02:31pm
Paul Curry,
What an Incredible Friend. You Accepted me and showed love to me in College. I Can Truly say, I do not have one negative memory of you. You were kind, loving and accepting of me, and everyone around you. You were a towering figure. Your Love and caring showed through in everything you did. You had and produced an Incredibly Gorgeous Family. They will be in my prayers and I will offer whatever support I can to them.
You were an Incredible man. Miles have separated us since college, but my Love for you has always been and always will be in the center of my heart.
I LOVE YOU PAUL, Since we are in eternity now, I will use the Present tense of Love. I Will Always Love You.
Sincerely,
Karl P. Mosley.
JV

Jack Visuri

Posted at 12:16pm
Dick, Paulette and family: So sorry for the loss of your son. It is one of the hardest things to go through. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Jack & Liz
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