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Lois J. Curran - Obituary

Lois J. Curran
Saturday, Sept. 28, 1998
The Review

ROGERS – Services will be held Tuesday for Lois J. Curran, 57, of Clarkson Road, who died at 4:35 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, 1998, at City Hospital following a lengthy illness.
She was born in East Liverpool July 25, 1941, a daughter of William Greenwood of Rogers and the late Betty Stype Greenwood.
She lived her life here and was a founding officer of the First National Community Bank in 1987. She currently held the position of vice president and senior lending officer and the compliance officer at the bank. Earlier, she worked as a teller at the Firestone Bank in Lisbon, as collection manager and as commercial accounts and loan officer at Bank One.
She graduated from Beaver Local High School in 1959 and from Kent State University-East Liverpool in 1982 with a degree in banking and finance. She completed various banking courses at Mellon Bank, Robert Morris Associates and the American Institute of Banking. A member and past president of the Quota Club, where she was serving as treasurer, and was recognized as Quotarian of the Year in 1997. She was president of the Columbiana County Bankers Association from 1988-89, active with the United Way of Southern Columbiana County and was a member of the board of the East Liverpool Area CIC and Business and Professional Women’s Association.
Besides her father, she is survived by her husband, Don Curran, whom she married Nov. 1, 1959; a daughter, Mrs. David (Cathy) Rhodes of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; a son, Randy Curran, at home; Three sisters, Mrs. Leroy (Joyce) McLaughlin of rogers, Mrs. Len (Peggy) McLaughlin of Bethlehem, Pa., and Mrs. Jerry (Judy) Brown of Columbiana; and a brother, Joe Greenwood of Rogers.
The rev. Paul K. Watkins of the East Palestine Church of the Nazarene will conduct the services at 11 a.m. at the Dawson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Crest Haven Memorial Gardens.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today.

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