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July 30, 2010

David F. Curreri, 26
July 31, 1983- July 17, 2010

David F. Curreri passed away on July 17, 2010. He was born on July 31, 1983 in Honesdale, PA. David graduated from Sullivan West at Narrowsburg High School and went on to attend and graduate from OCCC and SUNY Cortland. He was 26 years young.
David is the youngest son of Joseph and Dawn J. Curreri of Narrowsburg, NY. He was married to the love of his life, Jodi (Fredenburg) Curreri, from Cochecton, NY, on May 1, 2010.
He is survived by his brothers Joseph J. and James P. Curreri and their wives Carolyn and Brenda of Beach Lake, Pa.; six nieces and nephews: Hailey, David, Alexis, Isabella, Joseph and Alexander; grandparents, Joseph and Laura Curreri of Beach Lake, and James Lorper of Narrowsburg; and several aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends. He was predeceased by his grandmother, Frances Lorper.
David was employed by The Center for Discovery, Hurleyville Campus, as a Skills Trainer. He was previously employed at Peck’s Market, Narrowsburg, and as a substitute teacher and coach at Sullivan West High School.
As a friend wrote: “David loved history, music, sports and most of all his family. He loved the idea of ‘greatness.’ What I mean when I say greatness is he didn’t care for one-hit wonders, the latest trends or fads, or for people who were fake and not true to themselves. He always surrounded himself with the best of everything, including friends, family and loved ones.” David was an avid New York Mets fan.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 27, 2010 at Rasmussen’s Funeral Home, Narrowsburg.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The David F. Curreri Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o The First National Bank of Jeffersonville, 122 Kirk Road, Narrowsburg, NY 12764 or The United Methodist Church, c/o Ron Schalck, Delaware Drive, Narrowsburg, NY 12764.

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