Mary Elizabeth “Maribeth” Doran Curry, age 63 of Concord Twp., passed away September 20th, 2022. She was born September 2nd, 1959 in South Bend, Indiana to the late John “Jack” and Marianne Doran.
Maribeth was a former Program Director for the Arthritis Foundation and owner of Doran Communications.
Maribeth was a valedictorian at Marian High School in South Bend, Indiana. She was a Purdue graduate and in the Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority where she earned “Outstanding Greek Woman of The Year” her senior year. She was a parishioner at St. Gabriel Church where she was active in the choir and the festival.
Maribeth was the loving wife of Thomas M. Curry; beloved mother of Rachelle (Steve) Lindo, Nathaniel Galecki, Joshua (Juliana) Galecki and Christopher Galecki; cherished grandmother of Evan and Adrian Lindo, and Calvin Galecki; dearest sister of Edward Doran, James (Kimberly) Doran, Kathleen Doran Childers, Meg (Frank) Rotundo and Amy Doran; aunt of many.
The Curry family will receive friends from 10:00 – 11:00 AM Tuesday, September 27th at St. Gabriel Church, 9925 Johnnycake Ridge Rd., Concord OH. A memorial mass will be held at 11:00 AM Tuesday at St. Gabriel Church. Inurnment at Riverside Cemetery in Painesville.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Maribeth’s name to Cure PSP www.psp.org or Geauga Rescue Village www.rescuevillage.org
Arrangements have been entrusted to Jeff Monreal Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 1000 Mentor Ave., Painesville.
4 Replies to “Mary Elizabeth “Maribeth” Doran Curry”
It was so wonderful to see the joy in her while she held her grandson Evan when he was a baby.
What a lovely and loving person. She will be missed.
Maribeth was one I my first friends at St. Matthews. She was so smart and so kind. I envied her swimming ability at Camp Tannadoonah. Her mother took us to the library and to the beach. Her mom would also pick up some Murphy kids in bad weather on Miami Street on the way to school in her wood paneled station wagon. She leaves a hole in her universe. God bless Maribeth and God bless her family
Maribeth was one of the most special, kind, smart, gracious, capable, and loving woman I know. She was a very special Zeta Tau Alpha Sister. A loyal Cleveland East sister, serving as President & Treasurer for a number of years. We had lots of meetings at her home – always a most gracious hostess. She served our National organization with distinction as a District President, earning her Honor Ring.
Maribeth was loved and honored by us all! RIP dear Maribeth… Zeta Love And Mine…always!
My heart goes out to all Maribeth’s family. I only got to work with Maribeth for a few years through the Arthritis Foundation. She was such a loving, caring, sweet lady who I always loved to see at the Arthritis Expos in Lorain, County Ohio. She was so missed when she left that position and I know that now she is missed by all who knew and loved her.