portrait picture for Patricia R. Currie

Wake:

Family and friends may call on Thurs. Dec. 5th at Collins funeral home from 5-8 pm.

Services:

A Catholic Mass will be celebrated on Dec. 6th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas Church Norwalk CT.

Burial:

Burial will follow the services in St. John Cemetery, Norwalk.

Patricia R. Currie


September 9, 1935 - November 28, 2019

Patricia Ryan Currie, widow of the late Lenox St. John Currie Jr. passed away at her home on November 28th. Patricia was born September 9th 1935 and was a lifelong resident of Norwalk CT. 

Patricia was a long time member of the Norwalk Garden Club. She also was a volunteer at The Norwalk Hospital as well as The Honey Hill Nursing Home.  Pat and Len enjoyed boating on Long Island Sound in their boat “Happy Daze” with friends and family. Later in life she became interested in golf and played at Pinehurst and many of the Norwalk area golf courses.  She enjoyed traveling and took a trip to the Ryan and O’Keefe homeland of Ireland.

She is survived by her daughter in-law Kim Currie of Easton CT.  Linda Wolf and her husband Larry Wolf of Southern Pines NC, Lenox St. John Currie 3rd and his wife Rita of Cornelius NC, Diane Barnes and her husband Tracy Barnes of Tallahassee FL and Mark Peter Currie of Norwalk CT. Patricia was known to her grandchildren and great grandchildren as Mema. Her grandchildren are Jake Wolf, Tyler Wolf, Aimee Bonnell, Adam Currie, Timothy Currie, Clayton Barnes and Spencer Barnes. Patricia’s great grandchildren are Johnny Wolf, Peter Bonnell, Scarlet Wolf, Alexander Bonnell and Luna Wolf. 

In addition to her late husband “Len” she was predeceased by their eldest son Timothy Paul Currie of Easton CT.  She was also predeceased by her brothers and sister in-laws Leo Ryan and his wife Nancy, Jack Ryan and his wife Livia, Robert Ryan and Ken Ryan.

Family and friends may call on Thurs. Dec. 5th at Collins funeral home from 5-8 pm. A Catholic Mass will be celebrated on Dec. 6th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas Church Norwalk CT. Burial will follow in St. John Cemetery, Norwalk.

  1. I am so very sorry for what this family has been through this year. I’ve always been a huge fan of Tim and almost always never missed his shows, and witnessing him die onstage during Dancing Under the Stars as summer was nearing its end, I need not remind everybody it was the scariest night of my life, and now this happens 3 months later. May Patty be reunited with not only Timmy, but the rest of her loved ones in heaven.

    November 30, 2019
    Michael Campbell -

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