Marlene M. Curry

Marlene M. Curry, 70, Duncansville, lost her fight with cancer on Tuesday morning.

She passed away peacefully at her home in Virginia surrounded by family.

She was born in Elizabeth, N.J., daughter of the late George A. and Stella (Watrobski) Stulle.

Surviving are her husband, John J. Curry; six children: Mark E. Burger of Duncansville, Paul J. Curry of Alexandria, Va., Tina M. Varhauguik of Molde, Norway, Monica S. Ries of Kingwood, W.Va., Julia C. Duke of Stephens City, Va., and George A. Waltsak of Lake Ridge, Va.; and nine grandchildren.

Marlene retired from the U.S. government in 2004, where she worked as a systems analyst. She was a member of the Blair County Republican Women, Morrisons Cove Republican Club, Royal Bayreuth Collectors Club, NRA, Blair County Historical Society, Blair County Dog Park Association and Steiff Club. She enjoyed gardening, quilting, traveling, antiques and books.

To honor and celebrate Marlene’s life, the family will receive guests for visitation from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014, and from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014. A graveside service will follow the visitation. To honor Marlene’s wishes, visitation, service and burial will be held at Marlene’s Pennsylvania home, located at 493 Valley Forge Road, Duncansville.

Arrangements are by Liebegott-Brown Funeral Home Inc., Duncansville.

Marlene M. Curry

Marlene M. Curry, 70, Valley Forge Road, Duncansville, died Tuesday morning, July 22, 2014, at her home in Alexandria, Va.

Arrangements are by Liebegott-Brown Funeral Home Inc., 1218 Fourth Ave., Duncansville. A complete obituary will appear in the Mirror at a later date.