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R.J. Fahy Funeral Home

116 N Broad Street, Norwich, NY

OBITUARY

Eleanor J. Curley

March 28, 1930November 10, 2019

Eleanor J. Curley, 89, a lifelong resident of Norwich passed away on Sunday, November 10, 2019, at the Residential Health Care Facility of Chenango Memorial Hospital. Eleanor was born in Norwich on March 28, 1930 the daughter of Walter and Harriett (Law) MacLaury. She grew up in Norwich and was a 1948 graduate of the Norwich High School. Her working career began with NBT where she was employed for a short period of time. She then gained employment with the office of Dr. Parker Ward where she worked for over 30 years retiring as office manager. Eleanor was an easy going person and following her retirement volunteered with the Red Cross and helped with the funeral luncheons at St. Paul’s Church. On September 20, 1952 in St. Paul’s Church she married John (Jack) Curley who passed away September 21, 1996. Eleanor is survived by her daughter Kathleen (Tim) Foote of Norwich, her grandchildren Matthew Foote and Michelle Foote both of Norwich and her great grandchildren Raegan, Brandon and Damien Kane and Ella and Evelynn Foote. A private graveside service for Eleanor will be held from St. Joseph’s Cemetery. The Rev Ralph A. Bove will officiate. Friends may call at the R.J.Fahy Funeral Home on Thursday from 5-7 pm. Please consider memorial contributions to Holy Family School, Pleasant St., Norwich, NY or to the Chenango County SPCA, 6160 County Rd. 32, Norwich, NY 13815

Services

  • Calling Hours Thursday, November 14, 2019

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Richard Biviano

November 12, 2019

Kathy and Family,
You’re mom was a special person to me and I always enjoyed seeing her mostly during my Bluebird days. May she Rest In Peace along with my mom and all the beautiful souls that have left their earthly life and watch over us from above on a daily basis . Grief is hard. Kathy if you need want to talk just send me a note. Please know you and yours are in my thoughts and meditations.
Hugs and Love.
Best,
Richard Biviano