Suzanne B Curran

Suzanne B Curran, 77 of Mt. Jackson, Virginia passed away Wednesday, June 15, 2016 at her home near Hudson Cross Roads.

She was born May 31, 1939 in Circleville, Ohio, daughter of the late Ralph and Mary Dunkle.

She was married July 13, 1957 to James Robert Curran who preceded her in death November 10, 2014.

Survivors are a son, Matthew James Curran of Scottsdale, AZ; grandchildren, Tyler James, Riley Elizabeth and great grandson, Myles James all of Charlottesville, VA also including many nieces and nephews living throughout the United States.

Memorial services will be held, Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 2 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson with the Rev. Lorraine Nurko officiating.

Interment will be Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at Culpeper National Cemetery in Culpeper, VA.

Memorial contributions may be made to Daughters of the American Revolution, 1776 D St NW, Washington, DC, 20006.

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15 Condolences to Suzanne B Curran

  1. Pat Hill says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I knew her through Republican women. Suzanne stood strong for what she believed in. Praying for God’s comfort to surround your family. My sincere sympathy, Pat Hill

  2. Pat Hill says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. Suzanne stood strong for what she believed in.(I knew her through Republican women.) I will be praying for God’s comfort to surround you in the coming days. My sincere sympathy, Pat Hill

  3. kosar says:

    She was such a wonderful lady. May she rest in heaven . i hope to follow her path for our country.
    God bless her and be with her son, grand kids and all relatives.

  4. Carol Custer says:

    Prayers for the family for comfort and peace. I work at Dennys and saw Suzanne every Wednesday morning.. Always made me laugh… Sorry for your loss and God Bless

  5. JOANNE HOLDEN says:

    So sorry for your loss.
    She will be missed by all.

  6. Carla Bream says:

    Suzanne, you were one of a kind. You and I had such a nice friendship and you always told me you loved me when we parted. I am lucky to have know you. You were a true patriot!

  7. Rebecca Pick says:

    I am so sorry about the loss of Suzanne. She was such a wonderful person & we always had a good laugh together.
    She will be missed!

  8. Louise Shickle says:

    Suzanne will be missed by all her Republican Women Friends.

  9. Carol Sweger says:

    So sorry for your loss. Suzanne was a true patriot and will be greatly missed.

  10. Sharon Tyson says:

    Matt, I was honored to have known both Jim and Sue and will always treasure the fond memories I have of them. They were both true patriots and loved America. I will miss her smile, laugh and all the wonderful engaging discussions we shared over the years.
    May God’s peace and love surround you in the days ahead.

  11. Dyrac Gisele says:

    Dear Matt, Riley and Tyler,

    Serge, Romain , Thomas and Myself will miss
    Suzanne for ever.
    No one will replace Her in our Hearts
    With Love

  12. Herma-Joze Blaauwgeers says:

    so sorry to hear that your mom passed. For many years Sue was a dear and beloved friend. I spent many a Sunday on the porch, watching the world go by. Often your Dad was watching the peacefulness at the same time.

    All my love and regards to you and the family

  13. Gerald Talley says:

    Your insightful comments about the local politics here in Shenandoah County will be missed !

  14. Crystal Raymond Ibrahim says:

    Dear Matt,

    I’m not sure if you will receive this message, but this is the only way I now how to express my profound sadness on a chance reading about your beloved Mom’s passing. I know it’s very late, but I only read about it tonight when I did a search of her name and was so shocked to find an obituary on her passing instead.

    I knew your parents when they were expatriates here in Kuala Lumpur. Suzanne was the founding President of the International Women’s Association, which she and four other ladies founded in 1988. She spearheaded the whole process of registration and weathered the storm through the teething months. Today, 29 years later, the IWA is going strong, with thanks to her able leadership at the beginning. She steered our Association forward toward our goals of today.

    I can still remember going to her home on Jalan Madge for our Board Meetings and adjourn for a meal or snack or whatever she prepared for us afterwards, followed by fellowship and camaraderie. Suzanne was such a charismatic, energetic, vivacious, gregarious lady and was so loved by everyone who knew her. Her compassion for others was boundless. She is gone now, but her legacy lives on and will certainly not be forgotten.

    Please accept our deepest condolences on your beloved mom’s passing. I was honored to be a founding member of the Association and her friend.

    In deepest sympathy,
    Crystal Raymond Ibrahim

  15. Sandra says:

    To the family of Suzanne
    Sorry to hear the loss of of your beloved family, this is Sandra from International Women Associate Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, although i have no chance to meet Suzanne, but i want to say thank you for her consititition on our Associate, will pray for her soul in peace & comfort.

    With love
    Sandra Ng