Nancy L. CurryNovember 30,2012
Nancy L. CurryNancy L. Curry
HOLIDAY, Fla. — Nancy Lord Curry, 68, died Nov. 16, 2012, with her family by her side.
She was born March 5, 1944, the daughter of Norman and Elizabeth (Murray) Lord.
She was a 1962 graduate of Fair Haven High School in Fair Haven, Vt.
In earlier years, she operated her own upholstery business.
She married Gordon Crossman in 1964, moving her family of four to Clearwater in 1975.
She was employed at Martin Marietta in Largo for many years.
Camping became one of her favorite pastimes.
Survivors include two children, son Victor Crossman of New Port Richey, and daughter Alice Dalena of Gastonia, N.C.; two grandchildren; two brothers Roger Lord of Largo, and Norman Lord of Fair Haven, Vt.; two sisters Dolly Proctor of Hershey, Pa., and Sally Eugair of Vermont; stepdaughter Debbie Curry; a step-grandson; along with several cousins, nieces and nephews.
She will be interned at the National Cemetery of Bushnell, Florida.
A memorial service has been tentatively set for Aug. 4, 2013, in Vermont.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to HPH Hospice Foundation, 12107 Majestic Blvd., Hudson, FL 34667-2455.
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