George Curry Obituary, Cause Of Death – We are sorry to inform you that Life Member George Curry from Hainesport Emergency Squad Station 399 has passed away. George served the station for many years. He had been a member of our group for a significant amount of time. We have to break the news to you about this latest turn of events, and we do so with a heavy heart. During his time in Hainesport, Chief Curry was an active participant in both the Hainesport Emergency Squad and the Hainesport Fire Company.
This person managed to accomplish everything without exhibiting even the slightest bit of fear. It was a well-known fact among those who took part in the activities that Chief Curry would be the one to carry out the responsibilities that needed to be fulfilled in order for the activities to be successful.
He held the position of President of both organizations. He held the position of Chief of the Fire Company from 1971 until 1985. His tenure spanned those years. In 1985, he came to the conclusion that he should no longer hold the position of Chief. Chief Curry ultimately made the decision to retire from the Hainesport Township Police Department after devoting himself to the protection of the residents of Hainesport Township for more than three decades, beginning in the 1960s and continuing into the early 1990s.
A Chief who never displayed the slightest bit of fear when confronted with any difficulty that needed to be conquered, this individual did it all without showing the slightest bit of trepidation, from putting out fires to performing overhauls, all the way to rolling hose and driving an ambulance to accidents involving cars; this person did it all without showing the slightest bit of fear.
He began his service to the community in the 1960s and continued it until the early 1990s. He held that position beginning in the 1960s and continuing into the early 1990s. Law enforcement was the first job he had after he graduated college and entered the workforce. Chief Curry was known as “A fireman’s Chief” by the members of the Fire Company and Emergency Squad who worked with him. This was the moniker that he was known by throughout his entire career.