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Wanda Sue Curry

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NATCHEZ — Memorial services for Wanda “Sue” Curry, 62, of Natchez, who died Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Immanuel Baptist Church, 684 U.S. 61 North in Natchez.02:04 WandaSueCurry obitpic

Arrangements are under the direction of Young’s Funeral Home.

Ms. Curry was a native of Patterson, La., and Ferriday.

One of Sue’s enjoyments in life was coffee. She was a very avid coffee drinker, no less than a pot a day. She always had a Pall Mall cigarette to go along with her cup of coffee.

Gardening she enjoyed, she attempted to teach the kids how to do it “her” way and finding it comical when they just didn’t get it.

Facebook, she loved being on Facebook. That was her way of keeping up with everyone and what was going on in their lives, the funny part was that she would keep forgetting her passwords and ended up with three different Facebook accounts. But the thing that gave her the most enjoyment in her life was her grandchildren; nothing made her happier than spending time with her “grandbabies,” that’s what she called them no matter what their age.

Mrs. Curry was preceded in death by her parents, Hollis and Reba Wallace and one brother, Eugene Wallace, all of Waterproof, La.

Survivors include one son, Lane Dal Vestal and wife, Shelby Strong Vestal, of Natchez; two daughters, Stephanie McCrory and husband, Billy, and Diane Houghton and Mark Gray, all of Natchez; nine grandchildren, Natalie Vestal, Aubrey Vestal, Lylah Vestal, Wayne McCrory III, Trace Burke, Brittany Gray, Olivia Gray, all of Natchez, Braxton Gray and Lindsey Nations, both of Ocean Springs, Trent Houghton and Allysa Acosta, both of Patterson; three great-grandchildren, Layton Gray, Noah Houghton and Bennett Gray; two sisters, Selma Gravel of Brookhaven and Linda Kay Humphries of Port Gibson; and two brothers, Donald Wallace of Thibodaux, La. and Alton Wallace of Seattle.

 

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