Our beloved Nickolas Jaymes Curry, age 34, passed away on July 21, 2022 in Oklahoma. He is survived by Robin Curry (Father), Whitney Curry (Step-Mother), and Lori Burton Cosby (Mother), Jonathan David Huntington, Jacob Daniel Huntington, and McKenna Curry (Siblings), as well as loving aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by James and Ruby Curry (Paternal Grandparents) and Loren Burton Jr. and Diana Kelsay (Maternal Grandparents).
He was born on October 23, 1987 in Franklin, IN, and grew up in Seymour, IN where he attended Seymour High School. Nick was a talented musician and songwriter. His hobbies included traveling back and forth across America, playing music, camping, reading, writing, and learning history. He loved his family and friends, of which he had many.
Everyone who met Nick was in awe of his charm and manners. He had many, many friends all across America who have spoken or written of their memories with Nick, of which include jumping trains to California, playing music on the boardwalks of beaches, and hiking mountains out West. Nick loved people and memories above money and material things, and this has been prevalent in every story and memory shared with the family.
Nick was a very giving, generous individual. One of his last acts of kindness was giving his guitar and money to a church, called Northside Assembly of God, in Oklahoma.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to go to Northside Assembly of God, 3602 N George Nigh Expy, McAlester, Oklahoma 74501 in Nick’s memory.
Family and friends are invited to attend visitation from 12pm to 2pm on Saturday, August 20, at Christensen Family Funeral Home in Seymour, IN with the celebration of life service beginning at 2pm.
Online condolences and memories may be shared with the family at www.christensenfamilyfuneral.com.
May all of us honor our beloved Nick in living life how he did: cherishing relationships and memories, traveling around our beautiful country, and treasuring each moment, everyday.
“Friends I hope you listen well, and know the difference between Heaven and Hell. You don’t have to walk that line so straight, and who’s to say you have to congregate. Just believe in your heart, help your fellow man when times are hard. He will be watching down from above, to give you your just reward”.