In an incredibly romantic turn of events, my grandfather, who had a stroke on January 4th, held on until he was officially married for 62 years to the love of his life. My grandfather was a persistent man, convincing my grandmother to marry him all those years ago and we could not be more grateful for it. He is responsible for the people all us Currys are today. Not just because without him we would literally not be here but because of the remarkable example he set for all of us. He was the best grandpa and lived a perfect life. He was such a beautiful man and we all aspire to find someone to love and love us like he loved grandma.
Thank you Grandpa for leaving us a legacy to follow through those you have influenced, showing us what family really means and, most importantly, how to love unconditionally.
In Loving Memory of
Edward Alphonsus Curry, Jr.
Today is a day to celebrate, not mourn. Just like Grandpa wanted.
We will always love you Grandpa!
"When parents train children to enjoy serving others they are preparing the children for happy lives. For those trained to enjoying helping others the way so many are trained to help themselves will never be disappointed. There are always opportunities to serve but there are not always opportunities to be served." - Edward Alphonsus Curry