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MarkCurrySR Obituary

In Loving Memory

Curry, Mark James Sr.

November 4, 1951 - January 28, 2024

Sunday, January 28, 2024.  Dear father of Mark Curry and Jeffrey (Shannon) Curry.  Dear grandfather of Alexander and Gavin Curry.  Dear brother of Ann Peters, James J. (Madelyn) Curry III and Matthew (Ann) Curry.  Our dear uncle, cousin and friend.

SERVICES:  Funeral from Kutis City Chapel (2906 Gravois Road) Saturday, February 3, 12:15 p.m. to St. James the Greater Catholic Church for 1:00 p.m. Mass.  In lieu of flowers contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association appreciated.  Visitation Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.


17 thoughts on “Curry, Mark James Sr.”

  1. I have only the fondest memories of this gentle man and his family. He was so very kind. My heartfelt condolences to Mark jr, Jeff, Ann, Jim, and Matt.

  2. My heartfelt condolences to Ann, Jim, Matt and Mark’s entire family. He left this life far too young, but he is now at peace. My prayers are with you all now as you remember the good times and mourn his passing.
    With much love, Sue Scherzinger Meyer

  3. Our sincere condolences on Mark’s passing. While, we are far away, we have often reminisced over the years about our early childhoods in St. Louis and our Curry and Butler cousins.
    The Norvell Cousins.

  4. Garden View Care Center of Chesterfield will miss Mark so much. He made us laugh and cry. He was such a sweetheart! God bless all the family and know that Garden View Care Center will keep the family in our prayers.

  5. We are saddened at hearing of Marks passing. We wish you Gods blessings at this painful time. May all of your memories be of love and kindness.

  6. He believed – he was loved- and it made him brave….. May his Soul Rest as he joins his

    I/we have you in my/our heart. Philippians 1:7

  7. Dear Curry family,
    Ann, Matt, Jim and to Mark’s sons and grandsons. My sincere condolences on the passing of Mark. He is in a much better place and at peace. Mark is gone but will never be forgotten. It will take a lot of time, prayers and good memories to help you heal.
    Peace and blessings,
    Betty Halley (Zagarri)

  8. Our sympathy to our St. Louis Curry family. Mark was a great guy, always family oriented, funny and always ready for a fine dinner and a cocktail. I am grateful for that, as he was often part of big events in Ohio and was like a big brother to me. Our family always looked forward to the member/guest tournaments at the club because we knew Mark was going to blow into town. Dad loved that Mark was his golf partner. One of the last times he was in Ohio was to surprise Mom and Dad at their 50th wedding anniversary dinner. One of the best memories we have was when John and I got engaged and Mark had insisted that I bring “the fella” to St. Louis and see how he does. He got the “thumbs up”.
    The last time we were all together was Jeff and Shannon’s wedding, and I am so thankful that we made the trip.
    I’m sure Mom and Dad will greet Mark with joy.
    I’ll miss you Mark.
    Peace to all.
    John and Maureen (Curry) Bryan and family.

  9. Mark, Jeff and all the Curry Family,
    So sad, just thinking of him walking up to the batting cages after golfing or to pick up or drop off Mark or Jeff, always a smile and a word of encouragement or advice.
    Now he’s back to St. James the Greater for his farewell, back to his roots.
    God Bless you, all of his sweet family.

  10. Such a great grandpa, was always really nice and funny, it feels like it was only yesterday when I was playing in the living room floor while he was sitting in his recliner next to me watching the Tv. I never realized it but every second I spent with him was so valuable and I should’ve cherished it more than I already did.

  11. May Mark Rest In Peace! To Ann, Jim and Matt it is hard to lose a sibling but you will hopefully have your memories. May his two sons and grandchildren realize their time with him was cherished by each of you including him. Mark has left this world too soon but at least he is at Peace.

  12. To the Curry family please accept our most sincere condolences. I always remember him as the leader of St James basketball team. Our paths crossed over the years, especially at local restaurants.
    I wish we could have attended the services, but did not learn of his passing until today,(2/4/24).


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