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==Early life==
==Early life==
Yvonne was born 17 October 1944 to John and Neillie Narozniak.
Yvonne was born 17 October 1944 to John and Neillie Narozniak. She had siblings:
She had a sister [[Valeria Narozniak|Valeria]] who married someone called "Dudley"; she also had a brother, [[Fred Narozniak|Fred]] who married someone called "Nettie", and a sister who died before 2003, Darlene Parisian.
* a sister, [[Valeria Narozniak|Valeria]], who married someone called "Dudley"
* a brother, [[Fred Narozniak|Fred]], who married [[Nettie Narozniak|Nettie]]
* a sister, [[Darlene Parisian]], who died before 2003
==Marriages and family==
==Marriages and family==

Revision as of 04:27, 9 September 2019

Yvonne Carol Dorothy Currie (nee Narozniak) (11 or 17 October 1944 - 18 November 2003) was a homemaker.

Early life

Yvonne was born 17 October 1944 to John and Neillie Narozniak. She had siblings:

Marriages and family

She married Ralph Hemming, her first husband. Together they had a daughter:

Later, she married a second husband, Walter Barry Johnson. With him she had two more daughters:

They later divorced.

On 28 June 1986 she married her third husband, Allan Currie. They had no children together, but she did act as stepmother to his children June, Ian, and Jason.


She died 18 November 2003.

Her funeral service was held at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home on Saturday 22 November 2003 at 10:00. The officiating clergy was Reverend Michael Boulger.

The pallbearers were:

She was interred at the Garden of the Last Supper, at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens.

Following the funeral service, a lunch was served in the Chapel Lawn Reception Centre for a "time of fellowship"


Her Life

Yvonne was an exceptional homemaker who enjoyed entertaining large gatherings of family and friends. Although she suffered significantly, her love of family, especially her grandchildren shone through the pain. In addition she loved animals and always had the company of a cat or two around her home. She totally enjoyed the antics of her favorite squirrel in the back yard.

She will always be remembered by husband Allan; daughters Debbie (Don), Laura and Angel (Marty); step-daughter June; stepsons Ian (Kris) and Jason; six grandchildren; father-in-law Clyde Currie; sister Valeria (Dudley); brother Fred (Nettie); sister-in-law Marilyn (Doug); and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her parents John and Nellie Narozniak; and sister Darlene Parisian.

Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery Today is a gift.


Yvonne Currie's funeral ceremony program. 22 November 2003.