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Donald Curry

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Mr. Donald Peter Curry, 43 of Buckeye, Arizona died November 15, 2021 in Goodyear, Arizona. He was born March 12, 1978 to Gerard Curry and Barbara Dagiel in Smithtown, New York.

He is survived by his wife Jackie Curry; son Blake Curry; parents Gerard and Barbara Curry; brothers and sisters-in-law Michael and Chrissy Curry, Kevin and Barbara Curry, Danny and Laurie Curry, and Chris and Erin Hartman; mother-in-law Micheline O’Brien, grandparents-in-law Michael and Lily Cestaro. Donald is also survived by nieces and nephews: Michael, Andrew, Brianna, Samantha, Isabelle, Emily, Max, Timothy & Cailey and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Don worked hard and was successful in everything he did. He was a mentor in business to so many. Those that knew him, knew he had the most infectious laugh and could always be counted on for a good time. Building relationships was effortless for him with all friends, coworkers, and most importantly, family. Providing and living the very best life for and with Jackie and Blake is what made him proud and was his greatest accomplishment.

A public visitation will begin at 2pm with funeral services starting at 3pm November 30 at Thompson Funeral Chapel in Goodyear, Arizona.

7 Comments on “Donald Curry

  1. I send my love and sympathy to you and Blake. Losing someone you love and that loved you is so painful. Words cannot express the sorrow. I will hold you in my prayers for strength.

  2. I met Donald when he moved in next door,he was a good kid and he had three brothers. I use to take him and Danny with my son and we use to go and play baseball down the lipa lot he was the biggest but he was the baby We would all take care of him and we use to laugh a lot! Then out of nowhere he grew into to a fine young man! RIP BIG GUY! Yes you can get up again!

  3. I had the opportunity to work with Don for several years when we were both at the same start-up based in Los Angeles. He made an immediate impact on my personal and professional life as both a trusted advisor and friend. His contagious laugh and approachable demeanor made him such a joy to be around and we continued to keep in touch. While Don was successful in business and great at what he did, the most important thing to him was being a great husband and dad to Jackie and Blake. He loves you both so much and was so proud to be a husband to Jackie and dad to Blake.

    Don, I’m going to miss you man. You created a great life during your time on earth and hope that you rest in peace.

    Love,
    T.J.

  4. I had the chance of working with Don for several months. He absolutely loved baseball and I dont think could go a day without talking about it haha… Go Yankees Don. There was nothing else that made him smile other than talking about his son and his baseball games. It seems he was a truly invested dad and only wanted to see his son Blake succeed. I recall times he would tell me he was working on tweaking a few things with Blake and his pitching, or how he had a late night game but his son crushed it. Hearing the news was extremely shocking and I pray for his family. I know he will be with each and every one of you. Rooting for you and being your #1 fan.

  5. I had the chance of working with Don for several months. He absolutely loved baseball and I dont think could go a day without talking about it haha… Go Yankees Don. There was nothing else that made him smile other than talking about his son and his baseball games. It seems he was a truly invested dad and only wanted to see his son Blake succeed. I recall times he would tell me he was working on tweaking a few things with Blake and his pitching, or how he had a late night game but his son crushed it. Hearing this was extremely shocking and I pray for his family. I know he will be with each and every one of you. Rooting for you and being your #1 fan.

  6. We are so sorry for the loss of Don. His eternal love for you and Blake was evident in everything he did. Our thoughts are with you.

    Love,
    Heather, Mike and Ethan Doyle

  7. I am sorry for your loss. My heart is aching for you. I am keeping you and Blake in my heart and my prayers.

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