Beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Robert Bob Steven McCurdy of Greensboro, Georgia passed away December 11, 2011. Born in Stone Mountain, Georgia, August 29, 1936 to John Burford McCurdy and Helen Smith McCurdy, he was a long time resident of Stone Mountain, and thirty year retiree of the Postal Service. He is survived by his wife, Jean Kurasaka McCurdy; son Brent McCurdy and wife Tammy; daughter Paige Kennedy and husband David; and grandchildren Madison McCurdy, Ashley Wilson, Colton, Ava, and Garrett Kennedy. Visitation will be held at Wages & Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain on Tuesday, December 13 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Funeral Services will be held at Walker United Methodist Church in Greensboro on Wednesday, December 14 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Cancer Research Institute, St. Mary's Hospice House, or Walker United Methodist Church.

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  1. Family of Bobby McCurdy:

    My deepest sympathy on the passing of Bobby. I had know him since I was a little girl. Be assured he is out of his suffering and pain and with our maker on those beautiful streets of Gold and that we shall meet him again. May God bless each one of you at this difficult time.

  2. Jean & family…my heartfelt condolence to the family…I will continue to pray for you & yours, Sincerely, Annette Royal & Family

  3. Dear Jean, children, grandchildren and family,
    Our deepest Sympathy to you all. I Wish we could have been there with you during your sorrow but please know our hearts are with you all. God Bless you and I hope his loving arms gives you the strength to get through the comming holidays.
    Love your cousins,
    Wade @ Cathy Frankforther

  4. Jean, our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family. You are in our prayers – Love,
    Mark & Michelle Frankforther

  5. Jean,
    You and your family are in my prayers. I’m so sorry that I was unable to come to visitation. The last time that Howard & I saw Bob was at a St. Mtn. Council Meeting & we laughed & caught up on local news. He was so happy in his retirement & gave you such rave reviews on how special you were to him. He was a delightful person who shared his personality with all he came into contact with. I still can see him keeping your yards on N. Shady Grove Ct. just perfect. May God grant you comfort in the days ahead–Thinking of you–Brenda Bodkin

  6. I just read about the passing of Bob. I know that you have not heard from me in years, but I wanted to share my sympathy for you and your family. I really liked Bob from the first time I met him.
    Life is never fair and I know that but it really hurts to loose tgose you love and care about so.

    Always,
    Pat

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