Sean William Curry

05/31/1972 - 08/02/2022


Obituary For Sean William Curry

Sean Curry, 50, passed away on August 2 after a short illness at his home in Union City, California where he had lived since 1995. Sean was preceded in death by his mother, Tracie Lewis Curry (11/21/11). He is survived by his grandmother, Oleen Miller, of Denver, CO, his father, Dean Curry, of Union City, CA, his sister Kelly (Danny) Ortiz. Sean is also survived by his two nieces, Ronin Ortiz and Raziel Ortiz, his uncle, Dr. Kenny M. Baird (Debbie) of Georgetown, TX, his uncle Taylor Miller (Julie) of Oakland, CA and many cousins.

Sean was born in Virginia Beach, VA. At an early age the family moved to Colorado where he went to school graduating from Ponderosa High School in Parker, Colorado and Denver Automotive College. Sean enjoyed his life in Colorado participating in all the available sports. He also was active in Boy Scouts where he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He also participated in three BSA high adventures and was one of the first to complete the three Tahosa Challenges. After graduation he followed his family to California where he lived and worked for 27 years making friends wherever he went with his outgoing nature. He enjoyed time with his family and friends and will be missed by all who knew him.

A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, August 20, 1pm at Fremont Chapel of the Roses Mortuary, 1940 Peralta Blvd., Fremont, CA.

Memorials may be directed to The ALS Association, 27001 Agoura Rd. Suite 250, Calabasas, CA 91301, or the charity of your choice.


20 Aug

Memorial Service

01:00 PM

Fremont Chapel Of The Roses 1940 Peralta Blvd Fremont, CA 94536 Get Directions »
by Obituary Assistant

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  • 05/12/2023

    I miss you so much 🙏🏼🩵

  • 08/24/2022

    I'm so sorry to hear about Sean's passing. It's so hard to accept and believe he's gone and my thoughts go out to his close friends and family, especially his Dad and sister. RIP Sean

  • 08/18/2022

    Sean was a great person. He would go out of his way to make sure his friends were happy. We spent many fun evenings hanging out at my place or going to see big live concerts and local music events. We made sure to see each other on the few occasions I had been able to return to California, once even returning to a music club we used to frequent in Berkeley. I considered him more family than friend. My fondest memory was seeing the "fictional" movie band Spinal Tap with Sean, when they actually played live. Rest In Peace my brother.


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