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Eugene Curry

SOUTH SIOUX CITY | Eugene T. “Gene” Curry, 74, of South Sioux City, passed away Saturday, March 11, 2017, at a Sioux City hospital.

Services will be 3 p.m. Tuesday at Becker–Hunt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Douglas Dill officiating. Visitation will be 2 p.m. until service time at the funeral home.

Gene was born June 28, 1942, in Sioux City, the son of Thomas R. and Elizabeth M. (Leedom) Curry. He graduated from South Sioux City High School. He was a lifelong resident of South Sioux City. Gene was an installer at Curry Floor until his retirement.

He married Judy D. Paul on April 16, 1993, in Elk Point, S.D.

Gene was a member of the Hawkeye Gun Club in Sioux City, the NRA, Ducks Unlimited and NWTF. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing cards, shooting sporting clays, trap and skeet. He won several shooting medals.

Survivors include his wife, Judy; three sons, Scot Curry and his significant other, Kim Stewart of Atlanta, Ga., Jeff and his wife, Gail Curry of South Sioux City, and Curt and his wife, Laura Curry of South Yarmouth, Mass.; six grandchildren, Elizabeth Curry, Skyler (Allison) Curry, Satasha (Sherrod) Grant, Bryer Paul, Thomas Curry and Erika Curry; two great-grandchildren, Drake Paul and Sylas Grant and one on the way.

He was preceded in death by his parents; and a son, Bryan Paul.

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03/14/17 11:20 AM #1    

Karen Burgess (Kohn)

Rest in peace, fellow classmate.


03/15/17 10:44 AM #2    

Claryce Ray (Welch)

May you rest in peace, Gene.


03/17/17 04:54 PM #3    

Duane Queen

When I learned of Gene Curry's death my mind took me back to the journey of public education we began together way back in kindergarten.  Gene lived on W. 24th St and I lived on E. 24th St, so we were enrolled at Central Elementary.  Often times for the class picture from kindergarten through sixth grade we were placed next to each other or close in the front row because of our height or lack of.  Gene always had a big grin.  

Our journey after high school was different.  Gene stayed in South Sioux.  In fact, he lived just nine blocks from where he grew up and worked at Curry's flooring, a business not far from where he lived as a youth.  As I thought of Gene's life journey so close to home and my journey and many other classmates who have ventured far from home, we all will be Home together someday no matter where we chose to live.

I am glad Gene was a longtime classmate and I am grateful he is now in his eternal home.

Home Sweet Home, Gene!

Duane Queen

 

 


03/18/17 03:44 AM #4    

Robert (Bob) Church

Gene and I both lived on West 24th street, infact he lived right across from me. We went hunting together as often as we could, or just sat and talked. He never had a cross word that I can remember.

Rest in peace Gene

Bob Church


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