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Martin Joseph Curran Obituary - Hill Funeral Home

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Visiting hours will be Friday 12/09/22 from 12:00 – 1:00 PM at Hill Funeral Home, 220 S. State Street, Westerville with the service starting at 1:00 PM. 
 
The family wish to express their sincere gratitude to the staff at the Villages of Westerville for taking such good care of Marty over the past 2 years.
 
Service will be live streamed at The Hill Funeral Home Youtube Channel.
Uncle Marty was such a sweet man, and we have many fond memories of him. He was kind and funny and loved to laugh. We loved him very much. We are so grateful to Brenda for taking such good care of Carol and Marty. He will be greatly missed. Kelly, Mary and George Bonnevie

Kelly Bonnevie

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Obituary for Martin Joseph Curran

Martin Joseph Curran 1941-2022

Martin Joseph Curran

12/01/1941 - 12/05/2022

Martin Joseph Curran, age 81, passed away peacefully on December 5, 2022.
 
He was born December 1, 1941 in Portland, Maine to the late Thomas and Delia Curran who immigrated from Galway County Ireland.
 
Marty was married to Carol Curran and they shared 38 wonderful years together before Carol passed away in 2020. In addition to his parents, Marty is preceded in death by his sister Catherine (Fredrick) McGonagle. He will be deeply missed by his step-daughter and son-in-law, Brenda and Nick Crandall of Westerville, OH; along with his 2 grandchildren, Jared Crandall of Columbus, OH and Madison Crandall of Westerville, OH. Brother to Barb (Carl) Radecker of Geneva, NY and Margaret (George) Bonnevie of Boston, MA along with numerous nieces and nephews.
 
Marty was in the Air Force as an Air Policeman until 1964. He was always proud of his service and talked about it fondly. Marty will be lovingly remembered for his kind, friendly personality. Marty would make friends wherever he went and had a contagious, happy attitude on life. A special thanks to Peggy and Randy Skiba who were always there whenever Marty needed anything.
 
Marty was an avid sports fan and loved to watch any type of sports. He loved to do puzzles and tinker in the basement. He also loved trips to Dairy Queen for his favorite chocolate ice cream. The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to the staff at the Villages of Westerville for taking such good care of Marty over the past 2 years
 
Service will be live streamed at The Hill Funeral Home Youtube Channel.