David Owen Curry, 80 of Port Saint Lucie passed away Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at Tradition Medical Center, Port Saint Lucie.
Born June 24, 1939 in East Liverpool, Ohio, he was one of seven children born to John Edgar and Blanche Owen Curry. David moved to Port Saint Lucie in 2014 from Loveland, Colorado.
He was Chief Financial Officer of Graphic Forms and Supply, Inc. of Loveland, Colorado and Port Saint Lucie, Florida.
Survivors include his beloved of 35 years, Gay; children Dana Lavina (Carmelo), Diana Valenzuela (Roy), David Curry, John Dysert, William “Ted” Dysert, five grandchildren Claudia and Ethan Lavina, Brittney Murray (Tyler), Jefferson and Jerrid Curry; two great grandchildren Tennyson and Bryar Murray; and Dave’s sisters, Nancy Levonian and Mura Glenn.
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