Maureen "Mo" Curtin

December 4, 1959February 13, 2021

Maureen “Mo” Curtin, 61, of Waynesville, Ohio passed away on Saturday, February 13, 2021 after a 10-year battle with metastatic lobular cancer. Maureen was born in Cleveland, OH to Owen and Patricia “Patsy” Lowry. She was compassionate and loved caring for others. She studied dietetics at the University of Dayton (UD), which led to a career in health care where she focused on the needs of Alzheimer’s patients. At UD she met Paul Curtin, where the two became best friends and married in October 1988. Maureen’s huge heart showed in the constant love she provided to her children Daniel and Alyssa. She was preceded in death by her father. She is survived by her immediate family, her mother Patsy, her sister Margaret “Peggy” Kelly and many other relatives. Maureen’s strength and courage will continue to be an inspiration to all that knew her. In lieu of flowers, friends may honor her memory with contributions toward research that pushes the boundaries of cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. A funeral home visitation and remembrance will be held at Anderson Funeral Home in Springboro, Ohio on Friday, February 19 between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. Family and friends can tune in to a livestream remembrance at 7:00 p.m. A funeral mass will be at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 20 at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Springboro, Ohio. The family plans to have a celebration of life for friends and family at a future date to be determined. Maureen’s bright light will forever shine in our hearts.

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  • Visitation

    Friday, February 19, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Saturday, February 20, 2021


Maureen "Mo" Curtin

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Christine Knapp

February 20, 2021

Although I only had the pleasure of meeting Maureen once, in that one meeting Mo’s kind, caring, friendly, and FUN personality left a lasting impression. In that one meeting I was able to see Alyssa was raised by a wonderful mother and I was able see where Alyssa got her shining personality.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Pete Seaman

February 19, 2021

I'll always remember Mo's great smile and super positive attitude. I will miss her and remember her with great admiration.

Shelby Varndell

February 19, 2021

Dear Peggy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers during this very sad time. May you pull together in love and strength to honor her legacy. Shelby and family

Shirley Bibler

February 19, 2021

I first met Mo when we moved to McCray Farms in '97 and we quickly became great friends. Mo loved her family and was so proud of Paul, Dan and Alyssa. She had big heart, quick wit, a great sense of humor, infectious laugh, and a sense of adventure. Over the years we have shared so many wonderful memories that it's too hard to name a favorite. We loved going to the Brown's games together over the years and texting during the games when we weren't together but watching them on TV. The joy that Mo has brought to my life will never be forgotten. Thanks for the memories Mo.

Sheila Luskin

February 15, 2021

More than 50 yrs ago, when Owen, Patsy, Peggy and Maureen were home in Ireland on holiday, they came to visit their great friends, John and Kitty Luskin in Cong.
Us kids were all told to go outside and play. We were desperate to impress these cool american kids, with the great clothes and endless supply of gum. So we headed over to Clarkes field to show them our ponies. These were unbroken , breeding mares. Before we knew what was happening, Maureen was up on Star, a mad mare at the best of times! She took off across the field, full gallop, no bridle or saddle. It was a moment and a vision I will never forget... Maureen was like some fearless warrior queen as we all held our breath and time stood still.
The mare stopped suddenly and Maureen came off... she was laughing and covered in muck . We were united in making up some story to explain the torn clothes to our parents.
Rest in peace brave and beautiful Maureen x

Regina Duffy(Dabb)

February 15, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Mo . Her smile was infectious. She was wonderful at taken care of our seniors. She loves her family so much and her face would light up when she talked about them. You will be missed but God will put you to work watching over us

Amy Reid

February 14, 2021

You raised a strong and amazing son. I tip my hat to you Momma Mo and I thank God for him in my prayers. Rest well, gentle person. 💜
I will do my best to do my best by him and I am sorry we never got to meet.

Jenny Fischer

February 14, 2021

When we first moved to Springboro in 2000, we were immediately greeted by Maureen and her friendly, outgoing, and welcoming personality. We spent a lot of years watching our daughters build a beautiful and lasting friendship! I always admired Maureen's intelligence and "take" on things. I have so many memories of the great times we had watching the neighborhood kids play in the cul de sac. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Paul, Daniel, Alyssa, and all of Maureen's family.

With love, Jen, Steve, Katie and Greg Fischer.

David Zukowski

February 14, 2021

Mo was one of a kind. I will never forget her warmth whenever I visited her at home. Whenever we got together, she would always sit me down and ask all about my life, my job, and my family. She had the gift of really caring about others, and I will miss our get-togethers and talks. I'm especially grateful for our amazing trip to Hawaii and our incredible helicopter tour. You couldn't ask for a better travelling companion. I will miss her greatly. ❤️