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William Paul Curry
November 22, 1954 ~ August 12, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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William "Bill" Paul Curry, age 68, died peacefully with his family by his side, August 12, 2023. Taken too soon, his family and friends are heartbroken. Bill leaves behind his wife of 34 years, Linda, and their three beautiful children, Andrea, Sara and Jonathan. He was predeceased by his parents, Earl and Mary (Poelma) Curry and father-in-law, James Faiola and survived by his mother-in-law, Frances (Dudek) Faiola. He leaves his siblings and their spouses, John (Stephanie), Jim, Maureen (Mark), Pat (Vesna), Ed (Trenna), Rose (Ted), Chris (Don) and Mike as well as his nieces, nephews, many other relatives, and friends.
Bill grew up in San Diego, California. He and Linda met when they both lived in Los Angeles. Bill was transferred to Phoenix with the Antique Guild where he managed their Arizona stores. Shortly after, Bill and Linda married and made Phoenix their home where they raised their family.
Bill retired from American Airlines and enjoyed a part-time position at the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, AZ. He loved traveling, and these two jobs enhanced his enthusiasm for spur of the moment travel. Bill was a devoted father supporting his children's sports and activities. As a Boy Scout and Girl Scout Dad, he supported many campouts, events, and Girl Scout cookie seasons. He was in the audience at dance recitals, competitions, school theater productions and cheered from the sidelines at soccer, basketball, volleyball games and dive meets. He was most often seen capturing the moments on video or camera. Other interests included off-roading in the sand dunes with his brothers, golfing with his friends, pickleball, working in the yard, and hiking the beautiful Arizona desert.
Bill faced an enormous challenge and handled it with grace and dignity. His calm presence and daily support will be greatly missed.
In lieu of flowers, please donate in Bill's name to the ALSAZ at alsaz.org/