CHARLES “CHUCK” SCOTT CURRIE
A memorial service was held for Chuck Currie on Thursday April 8, 2021 at Russell Memorial Methodist Church in Wills Point with his final resting place to be at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery at a later date.
Charles "Chuck" Scott Currie was born June 6, 1933 in Blunt County, AL to parents Allen Grover Currie and Bernice Maggie (Hollis) and entered eternal rest on April 1, 2021 at the age of 87. Chuck attended McMurray College in Abilene where he played football and baseball. He was a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award from the Scouts. Chuck was a Korean War Veteran serving in both the Army and Marine Corp. He was a past Master at Bloomfield Masonic Lodge #12 in Kaufman, member of Hella Temple, Dallas and rolling Nobles RV Club. Chuck was Methodist by faith, attending College Mound Methodist and was a member of Russell Memorial Methodist in Wills Point, Texas. Some of Chuck's interests were woodworking, sewing, embroidery and hunting. He was a remarkable man who will be missed tremendously by all who knew and loved him.
Chuck was preceded in death by: his parents and sisters; Charlotte Chandler and Judy Currie.
He is survived by his: wife Nelda Currie of Terrell; daughter Susan and Carl Reinke of Mesquite; son Jeff Currie of Dallas; grandchildren: Lindsey and John Hunt of Able Springs; Chris and Lindsey Reinke of Wills Point; great-grandchildren: Kaleb; Jayde; Josh; Corena Hunt and Lynlee Reinke; step-son Ed Daves and Janet of Poetry; step daughter; Terri Wells and Jeff of Rockwall; grandchildren: Clark and Nadalee Daves; Kent and Michelle Daves; Jeffery and Lyndsay Wells; Kristin and David Zamarripa; great-grandchildren: Kolbie; Halston; Palmer and Perry Daves; Hannah and Sarah Wells; Tripp, Hayden and Ellison Zamarripa; other loving family members and many more friends.