Kathleen's Story

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OXBOW PLANTATION - Kathleen "Kay" Currier, 92, passed away Thursday, October 29, 2015, at the Presque Isle Rehab & Nursing Center. She was born November 18, 1922 in Halifax, NS, Canada, a daughter of the late Allen and Annie (Pye) Good.

Kay grew up in Portage and graduated from Presque Isle High School. She moved to Connecticut and worked for Pratt & Whitney for 5 years. Upon returning to Aroostook County, she went to work at Munsungan Sporting Camps where she met Gene Currier. They married and settle in OxBow where they raised their family. Kay worked at the OxBow Lodge for Phyllis Hutchins, a job she loved.

Kay was active in the OxBow Congregational Church and always ready to help with community activities. Her kitchen was always open to company and she loved having neighbors and family stop by for visits. Good friends, Rita Sherman and Dean MacDonald, brought much laughter to the kitchen table and their visits were always appreciated. She was thankful for all the help from Al and Audrey Currier through the years. Kay moved to Sedgewood Commons, Falmouth, for several months where she got a chance to see the coast and spend time with her son Gary and family; an experience she enjoyed. She moved to the Presque Isle Rehab & Nursing Center in March where she could be closer to her county family and friends always smiling and pleasant, she became a friend to all who knew her.

The family wishes to thank the staff at Sedgewood Commons and Presque Isle Rehab & Nursing Center the wonderful, loving care that mom received.

Kay is survived by: her children, Frank and Jeannine Currier of Portage, Dale Currier of OxBow, Gary and Leslie Currier of Brunswick, and Ann Currier of OxBow; Grandchildren, Angel and Tim Dupont, Shoshona and Craig Peugh, and Michael Currier; three great grandchildren; brother, Bill (Gertrude) Good and Art (Francis) Good; a sister, Annabelle Adoff; and many nieces and nephews.

Besides her parents, she is predeceased by her husband Gene Currier in 1995, sisters Laura Spurlin and Helen Jandreau, and her son-in-law Timothy Scott.

A celebration of Kay's life will be held at 11:30 AM on Sunday, November 8, 2015, at the OxBow Community Center, with Rev. Gail Currier Bauzenberger officiating. Committal will follow at the OxBow Town Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please donate to a charity of your choice.
Published on  November 3, 2015
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