Curry, Richard

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Richard Curry, age 61, of Farmers Branch, Texas, died Saturday, August 14, 2021, in Novice, TX.

He was born George Richard Curry on November 19, 1959, in Plainview, Texas to Henry Robert Curry and Delores Ann Hanna Curry.  Richard grew up in Farmers Branch and graduated from R.L. Turner High School in 1978.  He was an expert car salesman for many years and then became the inventory specialist for Texas Nissan in Grapevine TX.  Richard was a sports enthusiast.  Whatever the season, he would be watching baseball, basketball, football, or hockey.  He loved it all and had great passion for his teams.  Richard was a member of the First Baptist Church in Carrollton.  He will be greatly missed.

Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Henry Robert Curry and Delores Ann Curry.

He is survived by his sister, Kelly Romans and husband Joey of Novice, TX and his Nephew Tanner Romans or Hurst, TX .

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at North Dallas Funeral Home 2710 Valley View Ln. Dallas, TX 75234 on Thursday August 26, 2021 at 10:00 AM

Memorials are suggested in memory of Richard to National Kidney Foundation at www.kidney.org.

5 replies on “Curry, Richard”

Johnny Cantrell says:

Richard…thank you for always taking care of my family whenever you would see them. Thank You for treating Texas Nissan like it was your own…Godspeed my friend. You will be Dearly missed

Kelly Kelley says:

Rest in peace, dear Richard. We didn’t know each other very well, but I do remember that you were a very kind man. Until we meet again.

Tony and Tracy Rast says:

Tony and I both knew Dickie from highschool but got to know him even better from being neighbors of Kelly and Joey Romans. Im so glad that we had the chance to reconnect and celebrate a some holidays and special occasions..rest in peace my friend you will be missed.

Jeff Moore says:

Thanks for the competition. You had a lot to do with my achievements. Although we have not seen or spoken in many years (car business) I have some great memories. Behave.

Jeffery Michael Moore says:

Thanks for the competition. You had a lot to do with my achievements. Although we have not seen or spoken in many years (car business) I have some great memories. Behave.

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