Chuck Currie

June 10, 1933April 1, 2021
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Charles ``Chuck" Scott Currie was born June 10, 1933 in Blount County, AL to parents Allen and Bernice Currie and entered eternal rest on April 1, 2021 at the age of 87. Chuck attended McMurray College in Abilene where he played football and baseball. Chuck was a Korean War Veteran serving in both the Army and Marine Corp. He was a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award from the Scouts. Chuck was a past Master at Bloomfield Masonic Lodge #12 in Kaufman, member of Hella Temple, Dallas, and Rolling Nobles RV Club. Chuck practiced his Christian faith attending church at College Mound Methodist and was also an active member of Russell Memorial Methodist Church in Wills Point, Texas. Throughout his life he enjoyed woodworking, crafting, embroidery, farming, scouting, and hunting. Chuck loved his family and friends and he was always ready to listen, give advice, or share a story. He was a remarkable man who will be missed tremendously by all who knew and loved him. Chuck was preceded in death by his parents: Allen and Bernice Currie, and sisters: Charlotte Chandler and Judy Currie. He is survived by his: wife Nelda Currie of Terrell; daughter: Susan and Carl Reinke of Mesquite; son:Jeff Currie of Dallas; step-son: Ed and Janet Daves of Poetry; step daughter: Terri and Jeff Wells of Rockwall; grandchildren: Lindsey and John Hunt of Able Springs; Chris and Lindsay Reinke of Wills Point; Clark and Nadalee Daves of Argyle; Kent and Michelle Daves of Aledo; Jeffrey and Lindsay Wells of Coppell; Kristin and David Zamarripa of Coppell; great-grandchildren: Kaleb, Jayde, Josh and Corena Hunt; Lynlee Reinke; Kolbie, Halston, Palmer and Perry Daves; Hannah and Sarah Wells; Tripp, Hayden and Ellison Zamarripa; along with many other loving family and friends.

The family wishes for memorial contributions to be made to the Shriner Hospital for Children.


  • Allen and Bernice Currie, Parents (deceased)
  • Charlotte Chandler, Sister (deceased)
  • Judy Currie, Sister (deceased)
  • Nelda Currie, Beloved Wife
  • Susan and Carl Reinke, Daughter and Husband
  • Jeff Currie, Son
  • Ed and Janet Daves, Step-son and Wife
  • Terri and Jeff Wells, Step-daughter and Husband
  • Chris and Lindsay Reinke, Grandchild and husband
  • Lindsey and John Hunt, Grandchild and husband
  • Jeffey and Lindsay Wells, Grandchild and wife
  • Kristin and David Zamarripa, Grandchild and husband
  • Clark and Nadalee Daves, Grandchild and wife
  • Kent and Michelle Daves, Grandchild and wife
  • Kaleb, Jayde, Josh, and Corena Hunt, Great Grandchildren
  • Lynlee Reinke, Great-grandchild
  • Kolbie, Halston, Palmer, Perry, and Perry Daves, Great Grandchildren
  • Sarah and Hannah Wells, Great Grandchildren
  • Tripp, Hayden, Ellison Zamarripa, Great Grandchildren



  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, April 8, 2021


  • Inurnment at a date to be determined


Chuck Currie

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Shirley Thompson

April 5, 2021

Chuck served on the College Mound SUD Board of Directors for many years and always spoke of his Holiday gatherings with all of their children and grandchildren that gave him so much joy. His travels with Nelda and all of the sights and places they visited had many great stories as well as their driving children to Houston for Shriners so the children could get treatment and help. Chuck was a good Christian man with a huge heart and I know he will be missed by many. RIP Chuck.
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