In Loving Memory
Christopher Dennis Curran

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Chris Curran
03.08.1974 – 08.10.2018
In loving memory of Chris.
Loving son of Dennis and Denise,
brother to Jenni and Patrick.
Husband to Fiona and beloved father
of Pacey and Declan.
Brother-in-law to Tim and Louise.
Uncle to Mitchell, Ella and Kaleb.
You will live in our hearts and memories forever.
Rest in peace.
Reunited with his idol, Pop.

A Memorial service for Christopher Dennis Curran
will be held in the Rosanove Auditorium at
St Margaret’s School 27-47 Gloucester Avenue Berwick
(entry via Gloucester Avenue or St Margaret’s Place) on
Thursday October 25th 2018 commencing at 4:00 p.m.

In lieu of flowers a donation to 
would be preferred.

Condolences / Guest Book

  1. To all the Curran family and extended family,
    Sending much love at this very sad time. We are grateful to Chris for his love of our son; Max and the time he gave to basketball & footy. He will be greatly missed. We hope he rests now in peace, free from life’s many challenges. To Fi, Pacey & Dec, we send our sincere sympathies xxxx

    Belinda Moresco & family xxxx

    Belinda Moresco & family
  2. I feel so honored and blessed to have called Chris my friend. He had a knack of always making me smile and we shared so many laughs and fun times. He really was such special man, like a big brother and one that was loved by so many. I just want to send my deepest sympathies to the Curran family as I know this loss will be very hard to bare.

    Kim Burgess
    • Thank you Kim for your kind words. we are going to miss him and his cheeky grin terribly. He touched a lot of people the same way.

      Dennis and Denise Curran.
  3. Chris you were the #1 Jock at Heathmont High school, the super athlete, the nice guy. Boys wanted to be like you and the girls wanted to be close to you.
    You were such a high achiever, a leader and a friend to many.
    So sad that you went through some tough times, just hope you’re at peace now.
    RIP Chris.
    Shelley xxx

    Shelley Gwynne
    • Thank you Shelley for your kind words. I’m sure he is at peace now and he will be sadly missed by so many people. I don’t think he would realise how many people and hearts he touched wherever he went.

      Dennis and Denise Curran
  4. To all the Curran family
    We were grateful to have known and met Chris through our little school at The Caves in Queensland. He was adored by all the kids and made an excellent and caring teacher not only to my daughter Mia in year 2 but was an idol to many of the boys at school as well. RIP Chris, our little school will always remember and give thanks for your loving contribution to our community. Sincere condolences to all your friends and family. Rick, Natalie and Mia Swadling, The Caves Qld xx

    Natalie Elwin
    • Thank you Natalie for your kind words, we will miss him terribly. We had the privilege to visit the school to meet the kids and the staff last week. It was very emotional for us but it was lovely to hear how much he was loved by all. He had that effect on people wherever he went and will be sadly missed by so many.

      Dennis and Denise Curran
  5. Cuz- your smile, your lame jokes, your empathy and advice, your muscly warm hugs will never be forgotten. The D&Ms we had were always so meaningful. I miss our chats. A journey you chose to take on your own….I wish you hadn’t!
    Love to all of your family. Thinking of you heaps Fi, Pacey and Dec. Hugs to Jenni and family

    Kaz Burgess
    • Thank you for your kind words Kaz, we all will miss him and his cheeky grin terribly. The last few months we thought he was getting on top of his demons, but alas not to be. No matter how hard we all tried to be there for him it wasn’t enough unfortunately. At least we and the boys had some lovely quality time in recent months with him, time that we will treasure forever.

      Dennis and Denise
  6. To Denise and Dennis and Family please accept these our condolances at this very sad time may you gain strength from all your wonderful memories of a son brother uncle husband and father for these are yours alone to keep .

    Kath Jones and Family Cairns Qld
  7. So sad to hear of Chris’s passing. in the few years i knew him at St. Margaret’s he was one of the nicest blokes. Always up for a bit of banter and a quick wit. He called me by the wrong name for a year ! Condolences to all his family and friends. Vale Chris.

    Ronald Dunn
  8. Chris was my son’s coach a few years ago. He was really just such a lovely man & a great coach to Brodie & the team. Fiona & their boys Declan & Pacey … a beautiful family. Brodie & I are so saddened to hear of his passing and our hearts & thoughts are with you all x Shelley Morrish

    Shelley Morrish
  9. To Denise,Dennis and the extended family, I am absolutely shattered by the news of Chris’ passing. I got to know Chris during his time at Collingwood and I sponsored him over those years. I did his circuit classes for years and we became good friends over that time. He was a lovely person with an infectious smile and touched everyone who knew him. That is how we shall remember him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very very sad time. RIP Chris, always in our hearts!!

    Rhonda Chouman
  10. To Fiona,Pacey,Declan and extended family,

    Sending much love and deepest sympathies to the family at this very sad time. In our thoughts and prayers,
    Maryse, Krystyna and Freddy

    Fiona Curran
  11. Your kindness and shy smile will always be remembered. Your unconditional friendship I will treasure from the day we met when you took on my best friend and started your journey together.
    You will be missed.
    Rest in Peace Dear Chris
    Michelle, Adam, Max and Zoe

    Michelle, Adam, Max & Zoe
  12. My deepest condolences, I know this is so belated but I only just learned of this sad news. By far Mr Curran was and is still one of my favourite teachers. He made every kid feel valued and important, and I loved having him as my PE teacher at Christ Church. I remember on Year 5 Camp he let us girls try all these different hairstyles on him, and he just laughed and played along. Mr Curran, you are truly missed, may he rest in peace.

  13. I worked with Chris for a short while at St. John’s. Great guy, we had a great time playing tennis in the gym, learning rugby. He taught me to kick the footy. I remember him entertaining the kids at my daughters 3rd birthday. He used to make me a cup of tea and have it ready when I came in from class. Beautiful guy. Big heart. So sorry Chris. I will miss you always and think fondly of you. Caroline

    Caroline Chaplin