OBITUARY

Elizabeth Ann Curry

April 12, 1953May 7, 2019
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Elizabeth Ann (Libby) Curry, 66 of Choctaw passed from this life May 7,2019. She was born April 12, 1953 at Tinker Air Force Base. Her father was in the Air Force so the family lived in many places including Paris, France where she attended kindergarten. She graduated High School in Del City, Oklahoma and shortly after met and married Allen Curry. They had one daughter, Alicia. Allen and Libby loved coming to visit Alicia when she lived in Alaska. Libby’s granddaughter Annie was the joy of her life. She worked at Tinker AFB for 38 years and had recently retired. Libby was a supporter of The Village All Stars Special Olympics Team for 12 years. She loved helping with the children however she was needed. She is preceded in death by her parents, Lou and Leon Prufert, and her grandson Taylor J. Maupin. She is survived by her husband Allen Curry of Choctaw, daughter Alicia Maupin and granddaughter Annie Maupin of Edmond, and sister Lisa Aumiller of OKC. She was a kind spirit who will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, May 11, 2019

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Wendy Smith

May 11, 2019

Fly free my friend

Wendy Smith

May 11, 2019

Kay. Wendy. Libby. Leonard

Wendy Smith

May 10, 2019

Football Fun at Oklahoma Baptist University

Wendy Smith

May 10, 2019

Libby always had great shoes. Here is a picture of her pink party shoes for one of our Christmas parties.

Peggy Fields

May 10, 2019

Libby was a dear friend and the sister I never had. She was the most caring person in the world. She would bring little bags over each time she saw you with goodies. She came over and had a pretty shirt that my mom liked, and the next time she came over she gave it to my mom. My Mom wore that shirt alot. She thought alot of Libby, she loved her. Libby will always be in my heart I miss her and I loved her very much.

Cherie Finnie

May 10, 2019

Libby was such a sweet friend to my Mom Peggy and her other friend Patti they were a threesome, Libby and Patti were servers at my wedding in 1992, so they have been long time friends, nothing is better than a best friend and I know she is heaven now rejoicing with our Lord and Savior. Love and prayers sent to the family.

Patti Presson

May 9, 2019

My life will never be the same without Libby. She was so kind, funny, and very thoughtful of others. She knew everything music and was a great bargain shopper! I have so many wonderful memories of her. I will never forget her. She was a sister to me.

Tinker Chid Development Center West Staff

May 9, 2019

The Tinker Child Development Center West family would like to tell the family that Libby will be missed. She is in a better place now. She was a very happy person to work with had a great big bowl of candy and always sharing if with her fellow staff and when they would eat all of it. She shared stories of her family and friends during her time with us and we know that she lived a good life and was loved by many. Although we only worked with Libby for a short time, we really enjoyed seeing her happy face every morning. She created a relationship with the children in our program and she would give them a high five in morning and again in the evening as they left to go home. She has a special place in each of our hearts and will forever be missed.

Loretta McCoy

May 9, 2019

John an I are so sorry for your loss. We have such fond memories of Libby. We’ll cherish those memories Especially the unique gifts. Libby was very special to us.
May God wrap his arms around your family Today and in the days ahead.
Love you all
Loretta and John

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