Darold R. Currier

April 07, 1948 ‒ August 07, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio


Darold R. Currier, 69, of Mount Vernon passed away Monday, August 7, 2017 at home surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Columbus on April 7, 1948 to the late Donald R. and Doris M. (Roberts) Currier.

Darold was a retired Supervisor for I & K Distributing.  He was a member of the Columbus Jaycees.  Darold enjoyed coaching his sons in all of the sports they played and was a former team director for the Medina Football Association.  He could always put a smile on your face with his great sense of humor and he will be remembered for his catch phrase “It is what it is”.  Darold’s greatest passion was spending time with his family, but most of all he loved being with his grandchildren.

Darold is survived by his loving wife of over 43 years, LuAnn (Voit) Currier, whom he married on May 11, 1974; children, Aimee (Bobby) Ferguson of Creston, Jeremy (Jess) Currier of Sunbury and Jamie (Mindy) Currier of Lodi; grandchildren, Jordan and Joel Price, Dylan and Austin Ferguson, Jacob Underwood, and Levi, Mia, and Abby Currier; sister, Donna Green of Columbus; and his canine companion, Sadie.

In following with Darold’s wish, there will not be any service.  The family will have a private memorialization at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital, 452 West 10th Ave, Columbus, OH 43210 in Darold’s memory.

Expressions of sympathy or a special memory can be shared with the family by visiting, www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Dowds-Snyder Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is honored to serve the family of Darold R. Currier.

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  • Dearest Luann, Aimee, Jeremy, Jamie and families, We are deeply saddened by the loss all of you have encountered. Our hearts go out to you during this trying time and may our prayers serve as a comfort to you and your families. We will always remember that big heart, smile and laugh Darold had. He was an exceptional man. We are here for you always in love.

    Ecclesiastes 3:1-4

  • LuAnn and family, My thoughts & prayers are with all of you. Always remember the smiles and laughter that Darold left you. We are blessed with precious memories. Love, Jan Lashley

  • Sending prayers and thoughts of comfort to all of you. May God lift you up
    in your time of sorrow.

  • Luanne and family: I am so sorry for your loss. Keep the memories close, they will help through this trying time. Continue talking about Darold, that will help the healing. You are a great support for each other. God Bless you and Give you Peace.
    Deb Blevins

  • So many memories, so many laughs, and almost as many “Ugh’s” (lol). He rescued me from a flat tire on a busy highway , kept me company the day after my heart procedure to make sure I was ok, bought me countless dinners, kept our work refrigerator stocked with our favorite yogurts, always had a smart comment for me (which accounts for all the “ughs”), and introduced me to the woman that became my very best friend, his wife LuAnn. I’m sure there are so many more things I could say but most importantly he always made sure he told me how much I meant to him as a friend. Darold and his family became my family. My heart aches for each of you. I wish you all peace and love. Darold is at peace now and would want you all to remember all the good times, laugh, love and live your lives to the fullest. Rest In Peace Darold, you will be greatly missed!

  • Luann, I am so sorry for your loss. Darold was a great friend who I have known since grade school. I still remember his double-decker bike tooling around the neighborhood. He will be missed for sure. God Speed Darold.

    Larry Betts

  • So sorry for your loss. It was always nice to see you & Darold at craft shows. May he rest in peace free of pain and suffering. I will keep your family in my thoughts during this time.

  • Luann and family, I was so saddened to hear of the loss of Darold. My family as well as business associates have enjoyed the cakes Luann made over the years and enjoyed visiting with you both when we would pick them up. I pray that Darold is no longer suffering and rejoicing with the Lord in his new body! Continued prayers for the entire family during this difficult time.

  • LuAnn and family,

    On behalf Linda, I would like to extend condolences on the passing of Darold. I enjoyed the times we went fishing together, remembering buying a fiberglass Crestliner (ski boat) for Hoover reservoir and having a 9.9 motor on it. There are too many stories from the I&K days to relate here. God rest his soul, and may the fish be biting everyday for him.

    Ted Mosure

  • LuAnn and Family,

    I was blessed the opportunity to get to know you and Darold and am thankful for the interactions we had. I pray that with your faith and support of family, friends that you find peace from grief and sadness. He was a wonderful person and I will cherish the memories of our time together.

  • We are so sorry to hear about Darold. He was a great guy and a wonderful neighbor. He will be missed.

  • LuAnn and Aimee and family I am so sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family love Carolyn and Glen Wilmoth .

  • Am saddened to learn of Darold’s passing. Didn’t realize he had resided in Mt. Vernon. Knew Darold when he called on our Lewis & Coffing IGA store in Fredericktown as a rep with I & K. (Used to kid him he should team up w/ Burl Ives as a singing duo “Currier & Ives”) Always enjoyed his affable spirit during his visits. He will be missed.