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Vivian Estelle Johnson Currie (1923-2020)

FARMINGTON - Vivian Estelle Johnson Currie, 96, passed away on March 14, 2020 at Pinewood Terrace.

She was born 29, 1923, the daughter of Montford and Charlotte (Ross) Johnson.

She was educated in the schools of Stratton. In 1943, Vivian married Richard Currie in Eustis and he predeceased her on November 6, 2013. For many years, she lived in New Jersey, then in Portland before moving back to Farmington Falls. Vivian enjoyed flower gardening, feeding the hummingbirds, and reading.

Vivian is survived by her children, Susan Oliver of Farmington, Sheila Dalrymple of New Jersey, Sheryl Witherell of New York, and Brian Currie of Nova Scotia. She was predeceased by her husband, Richard; son, Richard; siblings, Elloise Knowlan of Stratton, Elizabeth Cote of Stratton, and Robert Johnson of Phillips.

The family would like to thank the staff at Pinewood Terrace and Beacon Hospice for their loving care.

At Vivian’s request there will be no services. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Dan & Scott’s Cremation & Funeral Service, 488 Farmington Falls Rd., Farmington, ME 04938.

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  1. My Mother..Vivian Currie..Is also survived by seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren..and several nieces and nephews that she was very fond of. Rest In Peace, Mom..We Love You..Sheryl & Arnold. XOXO

  2. My condolences to a family that I grew up with and went to school with. Unfortunately, as we grow older we loose friends that were a significant part of our lives. Vivian was a good friend to our family and especially to my mother when they worked together at Kern's Inn. Rest in Piece my friend. You have earned your way to what most believe is a better life.

  3. So very sorry to hear. We Knew Dick and Vivian very well, when they live in Eustis. Our Hearts Thought's and Prayer's, go out to all, Family and Friend's at this difficult time.

  4. So sorry for the loss of this wonderful lady. She made growing up in Eustis fun.

  5. My great grandmother was a very colorful person, and deserved the world with how kind she was, and how beautiful she was inside and out. Her loving grand daughter, Dawn Oliver speaks of her with kind words and loving memories. She tells stories to her children, Alecia, and Brianna, as well as myself. She will be missed very much, and remembered for who she was.. someone who showed love no matter what. Rest easy grammy Currie.

  6. So sorry for your loss. I used to see Vivian every week when I visited my Aunt at Pinewood Terrace.

  7. Sheryl & Arnold - my condolences on the loss of your Mom.

  8. Vivian had a good long life. She was always kind to me growing up and her son Richard was my best friend .

  9. My Dear Aunt Bin, Where can one start to praise her ? She was THE Saint in this family. She Always had a Smile and a sweet word or 2 to make everyone else feel her endless Love and Kindness. She was a beautiful woman, inside and out. As a lil child, I used to LOVE when she came to visit Us. She was soft spoken, spunky, chewed her nails to the bone and always had a lil sparkle in her eye. She could make everything "feel" alright even If she was having a rough time. She would always be so quick to tell stories about her kids, and grand kids that she was so proud of. She loved Nature, cake, cookies, her Blue dishes and glassware, soft blue sweaters, and her garden. She was always my go to person when I had good or bad news, she would just listen quietly, and her eyes would so sweetly look at you like she was feeling everything I shared with her. There will never be another like her, I was so Blessed to call her MY Aunt. I Love you and will always have a Special place in my heart for you.

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