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ROBERT E. CURRAN
September 6, 1948 ~ November 1, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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CURRAN, ROBERT E. of Mission Hill. November 1, 2023. Son of the late John & Margaret (McCarthy) Curran. Beloved Husband of Mary (Casey) Curran. Loving father of Robert, David, John, James Dennis and Victoria Curran. Brother of John, Charles, George and the late Richard, all formally from Mission Hill. Also survived by grandchildren David Scott and Ava, Liam, Ella, Graeme, Thomas, Rylan, Ciera, Nia and Kaiden Curran.
Robert worked over 50 years as a cement finisher with Local 534. He is also a decorated Vietnam combat army veteran
Visiting hours will be on TUESDAY, November 7th at the Mann Rodgers Funeral Home, 44 Perkins St., Jamaica Plain from 4 – 8pm. Relatives and friends invited.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday morning at Mission Church, Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 1545 Tremont Street, Roxbury at 10 o’clock.
Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery
In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Roberts name to https://www.redsoxfoundation.org/home-base/
What can you say about a guy like Robert. He was not one to toot his own horn, except in the band at Mission High, so let us give it a shot: A devoted father. A loving husband. Unsung war hero. The tireless provider for everyone he cared about. Concrete solid grandpa. Protector of Pontiac St. Master recycler. Relentless trimmer of hedges. Eagle eyed informer of meter maid proximity. Town crier of expired inspection stickers. Recliner runner up on Jeopardy. Statesman of the obvious. Pusher of buttons. Stasher of snacks. Sharpest of dressers. Teller (and reteller) of tales. Risqué robe wearer. A man amongst men. Robert was a builder. On his hands and knees, day in and day out. Creating from the ground up, structures that will stand the hardest tests of time. His strongest work is evident in the family, the friends, and the community he built. Yes, he was all of these things. But we always think of him as our Dad. Our Guy. And he will never, ever, be forgotten. We all will always measure ourselves up to an immeasurable man. We’d say they threw away the mold, but we all know you wouldn’t let them. GNGB Robert. 143.