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Lindsey Funeral Homes - Weyers Cave

982 Keezletown Road, Weyers Cave, VA

OBITUARY

Debra Lee Curry

October 18, 1967January 4, 2020

Debra Lee Curry, 52, of Mt. Sidney, passed away on Saturday, January 4, 2020, at her home.

She was born October 18, 1967 in Indiana, PA and was the daughter of Lesley R. Curry of Weyers Cave, and the late Ethel Marie Meekins Curry.

Debra graduated in 1985 from Marion Center High School in Marion Center, Penn.; she was an artist and authored a book.

In addition to her father, she is survived by a daughter, Nicole Curry and her significant other, Kasey Simmers, of Staunton; a grandchild, Dawsen Curry; two brothers, Lesley B. Curry of Weyers Cave and Shawn Curry of Grottoes; a sister, Jackie Elwell and husband, Bruce, of Millville, NJ; her significant other, Raf Unger of Mt. Sidney; numerous nieces and nephews.

Honoring her wishes she will be cremated and services will be private.

Lindsey Funeral Home in Weyers Cave is handling arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.lindseyweyerscave.com.

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David Brannon

January 11, 2020

Just wanted to send my heartfelt condolences to the family. I'm so sorry for your loss. I've been a friend of Debbie's since meeting her at Mainstreet Bar and Grill years ago. She always had a smile on her face and a hug to give. She will be missed.

Heather Curry

January 9, 2020

We had a lot of great times and have so many memories! I still can't believe your gone; you will always be in my thoughts and never be forgotten, you were an amazing friend. To Nicole, if you need anything please let me know. My love always xoxo!!!

Jackie Elwell

January 9, 2020

I miss my sister deeply. Deb was an amazing person. She was down to earth, strong, a hard worker, would tackle all kinds of projects, and had a heart of gold. She raised an awesome daughter. She loved being outside and planting her garden full of veggies and then canning and pickling the bumper crops and sharing them. She definitely had a green thumb! She had a great sense of humor too. I will miss our talks and hearing her laugh the most. I am honored to have had such a great sister and will carry a piece of her in my heart always. ♥

Brian Spitzer

January 6, 2020

I remember when I was still a very little boy from the age of 5 in elementary school her picking up Nicole some days and she was always the friendliest woman.. then 14 years later she still remembered who I was from way back when... wonderful woman..

SANDRA REED-MOORE

January 5, 2020

Deb was my favorite cousin growing up, I always knew when we went to Granny's to visit that I would get to see her and we would always find something to get into or I would get to go to her house to spend the night and we'd just have girl time. She was way too young and she will be missed, love you cuz

Morgan Ratliff

January 5, 2020

Sending my prayers to you guys in this hard time. She was a special person and I'm so glad I had the pleasure of knowing her for what felt like a short period of time. I just know her and mamaw are up there having the best time!
Love, Morgan ❤

Aunt Pat McMasters

January 5, 2020

I just feel awful for your loss. Will remember how she loved growing things. Took starters from plants at Mom’s to grow at her house. She was so excited to get so many different ones. Thinking of you all.
Love,
Aunt Pat

Cindy McPherson

January 4, 2020

It's so hard to lose a family member, especially at only 52 years old. Deb was always a very caring person. She will be missed by so many people. I know she wasn't ready to pass on, but I'm sure she is having a good reunion with her Mom and Granny in Heaven. Love to you all. Cindy (Aunt Cindy).

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY