Madeline Curran nee McInnis


June 4th, 1928
December 31st, 2019

Madeline Curran (McInnis) passed away in Ottawa at the age of 91. Daughter to Charles and Gertrude McInnis of Chipman N.B.  Predeceased by her husband Leo Curran of Huntingdon Que. Madeline will be missed by Kim (Tracy), her grandchildren Demian (Rachel) and Rebecca (Dan), and her great-grandchildren Leo and Jasper. Madeline graduated from the Moncton Hospital School of Nursing in 1949 and would continue nursing until her retirement. An avid golfer, Madeline was frequently found at the Trout River Golf Course trying to better her previous golf round. Friends and Family can visit at Rodrique Montpetit & Fils Funeral Home on Monday, January 6th, 2020 from 7pm to 9pm and Tuesday, January 7h from 9:30am to 10:40am. A funeral service will be held at the Huntingdon United Church on January  7th at 11AM. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Huntingdon County Hospital would be appreciated. Funeral Entrusted to Rodrigue Montpetit et Fils Inc. 170 Châteauguay St., Huntingdon, Quebec J0S 1H0, 450-264-5331
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Condoleances (18)

  • Marlene Harvey And family

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Our deepest sympathies.

    Thursday, Jan 2 2020 10:46:54pm
  • Betty McIntyre

    Our sincere sympathy on the death of your mother

    Friday, Jan 3 2020 6:32:11pm
  • David Tannahill

    Kim and Family. Keeping you in you prayers. Your Mom was a great lady and family friend. We used to love curling with your Mom and Dad.

    Friday, Jan 3 2020 10:02:44pm
  • Ronald Waddell

    We met Madeleine and Leo in the waiting room of the eye dep't at the Jewish General. I had a detached retina, and had my head down. Perhaps she sensed my tension, and she came over to me and assured me I was in good hands., that she had suffered one as well and was on the road to recovery. After chatting awhile, we realized we were "neighbours", both from the Valley. She gave me hope, support, and assurance at a time I was anxious and certain I was going to lose my sight in that eye. We have never forgotten her kindness and encouragement.

    Saturday, Jan 4 2020 11:56:09am
  • Dawn Ebbett

    So sorry for your loss; sending hugs. I loved her wit and her sense of timing on delivery of said wit - a real down homer for sure. My Dad always had a laugh with her and you could see the ease between her and many people of the valley.

    Saturday, Jan 4 2020 4:45:07pm
  • Wendy Curran

    Kim & Family - Madeline was a warm and loving Aunt. We will cherish our memories of her and her great hugs!
    Your cousins,
    Wendy & Pat

    Saturday, Jan 4 2020 8:16:52pm
  • Ellen & Brian Haylock

    Kim, we are sending our deepest condolences to you and your family. We sure loved having your Mom and Dad next door for so many years. It was always nice for us to play dice with your Mom and Dad when we would come home for a visit. Now all are parents are in heaven keeping a close eye on us.

    Sunday, Jan 5 2020 3:31:39pm
  • Sharon Weippert

    Please accept my deepest sympathies on the loss of your Mom. She was a special lady. We enjoyed many fun times in preparation for sing a longs at Huntingdon United.
    Sharon Weippert

    Sunday, Jan 5 2020 4:18:24pm
  • Madeleine Leboeuf

    My Sympathy to the Family.
    I remember the good days when I worked at the Huntindon Hospital with Mrs Curran and when She was the
    head nurse of the operating room at The Barrie in Ormstown.
    Madeleine Leboeuf

    Sunday, Jan 5 2020 9:16:38pm
  • Suzanne Robidoux

    So sorry for your loss. Madeline was a very nice lady.

    Sunday, Jan 5 2020 9:45:37pm
  • Bob Higgins

    So sorry for your loss, my sympathies to all of the family.

    Monday, Jan 6 2020 12:25:35pm
  • Bob Higgins

    So sorry for your loss, my sympathies to all the family.

    Monday, Jan 6 2020 1:13:19pm
  • Rev. Susan Estabrooks

    Remembering Maddie from my time in ministry with Huntingdon United. She was always active on committees and willing to lend a hand to projects. I particularly remember her involvement as an assigned mentor for one of our young folks as she journeyed to a profession of faith at confirmation. We connected around our New Brunswick roots. My sympathy to you all as you remember her sense of fun and her lively wit. May God's love surround you at this time.

    Monday, Jan 6 2020 9:38:39pm
  • Lynn caza

    Kim and family, My thoughts are with you. Maddie was a lovely person. BMH colleague, mentor and finally lifeline subscriber. lynn caza mccaffrey

    Tuesday, Jan 7 2020 1:04:50am
  • Joan & Richard Brown

    Kim & Family - My brother Richard and I are sending you our deepest condolences. We have fond childhood memories of time spent at the two houses. Our Mom, Wanda enjoyed golfing with Mattie at. Trout River. All our parents have passed on now, but the love and the great memories will remain with us Kim. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Tuesday, Jan 7 2020 6:50:41pm
  • Gaetan Poirier

    Maddie,she was member with Leo at trout river golf,she was a good person she was smiling all the time. My sypathies to all of the

    Wednesday, Jan 8 2020 10:12:55pm
  • Judith Bulmer

    The Moncton Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae made a donation to the Canadian Nurses Foundation in Madeline's memory.

    Tuesday, Jan 14 2020 1:56:52am
  • Norman & Pearl Fennell

    Our deepest sympathies to her family.

    Wednesday, Jan 15 2020 9:02:23pm

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