OBITUARY

Alan Creighton Currie

April 13, 1945January 23, 2014

Currie, Alan Creighton, age 68, Halifax, passed away on Thursday, January 23, 2014, at home. Alan was born in Truro, NS, on April 13, 1945, and was a son of the late Laurence and Dorothy Currie. Alan led a very active life and had many interests relating to the arts, theatre and Halifax dance. He was also very interested in drawing and painting - for which he has won several National Awards. For sports, he has always had a love of riding horses and did so for many years. He also participated in curling and golf with the Special Olympics Society of Nova Scotia. He has been a member of Armdale Yacht Club for a number of years and enjoyed boating activities. He is survived by his brother, Leslies (Wanda) Currie of Bedford; nephew, Laurence (Danielle) Currie of Toronto and several cousins in the UK. Cremation has taken place under the care and direction of J. A. Snow Funeral Home, 339 Lacewood Drive, Halifax, (455-0531) where there will be a visitation on Monday, February 3, 2014, from 1:00-3:00 pm. There will be no service. Burial for the family will follow the visitation. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Diabetes Association of Nova Scotia https://ocp.diabetes.ca/OD/csCustomerDonation.asp or a charity of choice.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, February 3, 2014
  • Graveside Service Monday, February 3, 2014
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Alan Creighton Currie

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Susan Mahtab

February 27, 2014

I have known Alan from the many years he would take Bellydancing lessons through St. Andrews Rec Centre where I work. I always enjoyed our conversations and also his custom colourful costumes he would wear. We will miss seeing his cheerful face every week and send along our deepest condolences.

Susan Mahtab
St. Andrews Rec Centre
Halifax

February 3, 2014

Alan and I rode together in many lessons at Lancers.I will always remember him.
Louise Corkum

February 3, 2014

Les and family, Dave and I want to extend our sympathy to you. We had been planning to see you at Alan's visitation this afternoon but when Dave was lifting my mother's wheel chair out of the car this morning he moved the wrong way and put his back out. He needs help getting in and out of bed so I didn't feel I could leave him. We want you to know we are thinking of you.
Sincerely, Dave and Carolyn

Helen Eredia

February 3, 2014

I enjoyed visiting with Alan. What a great guy with so many interests and talents and a great positive outlook on life.
My thoughts are with all of you.
I'm sure he will be missed.

Christine Pettipas

February 3, 2014

We have known Allen for a number of years now through the Special Olympic skate and golf programs, he was a wonderful man and always a joy to speak with. Our condolences to your family at this sad time. May your memories give you comfort.
Frank, Chris & Stephanie Pettipas

Fred, Marilyn Jesty

February 3, 2014

Les and Wanda.... Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time..

Gretchen Phinney

February 3, 2014

I always enjoyed my conversations with Alan at the barn. It was interesting to hear about his latest cruise, or all about the next ship that he would be traveling on. Alan's devotion and love of Lancer horse Grasis came from deep within his heart and gave him much happiness. Deepest sympathies to Alan's family from our family.
Gretchen, Bruce and Evan Phinney

Mary Morrison

February 2, 2014

Les and family--so very sorry to hear about Alan's passing.I rode with Alan for many years at Lancers. I can honestly say that no one enjoyed riding and the horses more than Alan did. It brought him enormous joy. I knew Alan for many years before becoming aware of his great artistic gifts--a true talent. My thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time. Mary M. Morrison

February 2, 2014

Les and Family:
Our sympathy is extended to you at this sad time. Les, we have fond memories of how you could bring a smile to Allan's face and how you were truly a big brother to him. As families get smaller, they must become closer. Our hearts are with you and your family.
With deepest sympathy:
Marjorie and Barry

Julie-Ann Bennett

February 1, 2014

Dear Les & Laurence,
Our thoughts are with you. May your fondest memories of Alan bring you comfort. Our sincerest sympathies, Julie-Ann & Roy