McCURLEY – Mary (Maura) (née Galvin)

Born on May 29, 1934. Passed away March 3, 2020.

Passed away peacefully at Latrobe Regional Hospital Traralgon on 3rd March 2020 surrounded by her loving family.
Aged 85 Years
Dearly loved and loving wife of Harry for 59 years.
Much loved mother and mother in law of Neale and ann, Sharon and Dave, and Colin.
Adored Nan to Eilis, Ronan, Shannon, Kirstyn, and Niamh.

Funeral Notice
Sacred Heart Catholic Church Commercial Road , MorwellView Map
Requiem mass for the repose of the soul of Mrs Mary (Maura) McCurley will be offered at sacred heart catholic church, Commercial Road Morwell on Tuesday 10th March 2020 at 2.pm. The funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of mass for a Private family Cremation.
Tributes
  1. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; Love leaves a memory, no one can deal.
    Thinking of my dear aunt Maura, who was loved so dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, may she rest in peace. from your loving family in Ireland

    Emma McCarthy March 4, 2020
  2. So many beautiful, fond memories of Maura McCurley on Tonlegee Road, Dublin! What a wonderful lady. So glad we got to see you once again last year in Traralgon. It meant a lot xx Sending lots of love to all the family and so wish we lived closer at times like this xxx

    Elaine Carroll March 5, 2020
  3. A wonderful Aunt who was always smiling , a great seamstress (made my communion dress and coat) will be missed beyond words, thinking of you all at this very sad time,. RIP Aunty Maura xxx

    Tracey Raymond March 6, 2020
  4. Such a great woman. You were always full of life and your spirit will live for many years to come through your family. We will always be grateful for having you in our lives. Rest in peace Aunty Maura. Love from all your family here Ireland xx

    Paul McGeown March 6, 2020
  5. So sad to hear of the passing of Maura. Such a lovely lady will always be in our heart and prayers.

    Paul and Karen. March 6, 2020
  6. I’ll always remember the first time I met Maura. Sharon brought me home from school with her when we were six years old and Maura made us hot chocolate and peanut butter sandwiches. I’ve great memories playing Bill Hayley & The Comets and Olivia Newton John in your sitting room and Sharon making apple crumble in the kitchen while Maura was working away on her sewing machine upstairs. Rest in peace Maura xx

    Yvonne Purcell March 7, 2020