Marion Jeannette Curran

Curran-. Marion Jeannette (Stennett) passed away peacefully and comfortably on Saturday December 12, 2009 in the caring and capable hands of the Staff of Fiddick’s Nursing Home, Petrolia. Marion will happily reunite with her beloved John who passed away in May, 2009. She will be sadly missed by; her son, John (Sandy); her “girls”, Jan (Lee Stinson), Peg (Ron Langille), Cathy (Jim Parkinson) and Teri (Brian Cuyler). Her family mourn her passing but give thanks that her long struggle with Alzheimer Disease is over. Marion was a special Gran/Grandma to John (Susan), Dan (Rhonda), Kelly (Steve Wilson), Karin (Iain Pennington), Kathy (Ian Williamson), Sheri and Scott Stinson (Sue), Jennifer (Scott McKay), Jamie (Sally Parkinson), Brieanna (Andrew Mellanby) and Jessica. She is also survived by 18 great-grandchildren. Prior to her illness, Marion was an incredibly active and vital woman who dearly loved and devoted herself to her husband and family. Her constant guidance and tender care will carry us through this difficult time of her loss and we will cherish her memory forever. A private family funeral service will be held at the Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna with Fr. Nick Wells officiating. Interment will follow in Moore-Union Cemetery, Mooretown. As expressions of sympathy those who wish are encouraged to make a donation in Marion’s memory to the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton or to the charity of one’s own choice. Messages and condolences may be left online @ www.knightfuneralhome.ca Knight 519-862-2845.

Visitation Information

There wil be no funeral home visitation.

Donations

Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton or Charity of One's Choice

Funeral Date

A private family funeral service will be held.

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  1. To the whole Curran family, I will deeply miss your mother. She always had a smile for me even on her bad days. (Probably because I had bananas.) I was away from work a few days and wasn’t aware that she was passing or I would of stopped in for awhile to sit with her. You children that are left behind to greive for your parents are part of a wonderful legacy. I will always cherish the stories about the ole days and jokes you Dad shared with me. I can still see them sitting on the couch in Nursing home 2 lounge hugging and smoochin’. They are a inspiration to me and my life. I can picture them in heaven playing golf, horseracing or John playing his guitar and singing to Marion. Oh my goodness your parents are wonderful people and I will miss them and seeing all of you into visit. If your in the neighbourhood on my Sundays to work stop in for Afternoon tea. Love you guys, God bless you and keep you all safe. Merry Christmas too!!

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