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Carolyn A.
Curler

Curler, Carolyn A.
(nee Bureta) September 3, 2015, age 76. Beloved wife of Earl. Preceded in death by husband Arthur Deuberry. Loving mother of Patrick (Brenda) Deuberry and Colleen (Jim) Bertagnolli. Step mother of David (Christine) Curler, Anita (Kenneth) Seitz, Theresa (James) Ward, Barbara (Robert) Wasechek, and Brian (Vicki) Curler. Sister of Arlene (Dr. Joel) Neuman. Preceded in death by sister Barbara Calhoun and brother Kenneth Bureta.
Grandmother of Lisa (Dave) Dellis, Erica Chojnacki, Anthony Bertagnolli (Stevie), Adam Bertagnolli, Katherine Deuberry, Erin Deuberry, Michael Deuberry, Abigail Callies, Stacey (Nick) Trantanella, Rhonda (Christopher) Spencer, Bryon (Emily) Ayers, Brandon (Nicole) Curler, Erin (Achan) Seitz, Laura (Darien) Ghorbi, Robert (Marilyn) Seitz, Amy (Matthew) Belling, Eric, Wandler, and Jacob Wasechek. Great-grandmother of Alexis, AJ, Aiden, Jeremiah, Matt, Tyler, Bryson, Tara, Travis, Joshua, Braxton, David, Keira, Noah, Solomon, Jonas, Merrik, and Bryson.
Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation at the Funeral Home Tuesday, 4-7 PM with Rosary at 6:30 PM. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, 10 AM at ST. PAUL’S CHURCH, 1720 E. Norwich Ave, (Please meet at church). Member of American Legion Auxiliary Post 434. Memorials to St. Paul’s Church Appreciated.

Carolyn was asked how she wanted to be remembered. Her reply was; I loved my husband, children, grand-children, great-grandchildren, friends, my religion, reading, cooking, game shows.

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Tracy Watson

Sent a gift in memory of Carolyn A. Curler

darlene kremsreiter

Carolyn and i grew up as neighbors went
t to the same grade school high school as children played ball,hopskitch,jumped rope played marbles played in the creek rollarskated around our block rest in peace carolyn

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