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Brian Currie

Brian E. Currie

Monday, October 17th, 1949 - Saturday, December 28th, 2019
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Obituary

On Saturday Dec. 28, 2019, Brian E. Currie Sr., loving husband of 43 years to Christine (Langley) Currie and father to four sons passed away unexpectedly at the age of 70.

Brian was born Oct. 17, 1949, in Houlton, ME. He grew up on a pony farm with his mother, Vivian Leita (McDunnah) Currie, father, Edward Charles Currie and sister Pruilla Currie. He would spend summers giving pony rides to people from around the country who visited the farm to buy ponies. He attended Houlton High School before beginning his career as a tractor trailer driver. People from the county knew him as Brian, but the people he knew on the road knew him as Road Lover. Brian drove truck for 10 years before getting into a bridge construction career. Between 1976 through the mid 90’s he worked from a carpenters position up to a superintendent. Some of his highlight projects during his career were: ● 1985 Aziscohos Dam Resurfacing ● 1993 Blanchet - Maibec Bridge over St. John River ● 1995 Nashua Railroad Bridge ● 1996 Queen City Bridge in Manchester, NH With camper in tow Brian would have his family travel with him to project locations. At some point, three of the four boys worked with him on his projects. One son moved on from the bridge building work front, while the other two continued to manage the demands and temper outbreaks while working with their father. During the winters when construction was shutdown he would return to driving a tractor trailer, delivering loads across the country.

Brian loved spending time at camp in Mt.Chase, ME. Fishing, snowmobiling and four-wheeling were some of his favorite things to do with family up to camp. One hobby that Brian did that stood out was his “junking”. If you need it he likely had what you needed...somewhere.

Brian was predeceased by his mother, Vivian L. (McDunnah) Currie and father, Edward C. Currie.

He is survived by his wife, Christine (Langley) Currie. His boys, Brian E. Currie Jr., his wife Beth; Barry E. Currie; Bart E.Currie; Kirt Currie, his wife Dawn Anne. Six grandchildren: Brandon, Kendra, Kody, Kiera, Aidan and Taebria. Two great grandchildren: Brian and Lily. Sister: Pruilla Currie Niece: Candy and her husband Jared Fitts. Grand niece: Abbie Fitts.

Funeral Services will be held Saturday Jan. 4, 2020 at Community Evangel Temple located at 124 River Road Lincoln, ME at 3PM. Viewing will be from 1PM to 3PM. Following the funeral services there will be a gathering in the fellowship hall below the church to share food and reminisce on some stories.

Messages of condolence expressed, at www.lamsonfh.com.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 4th, 2020 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    When
    Saturday, January 4th, 2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Location
    Community Evangel Temple
    Address
    124 River Road
    LINCOLN, ME 04457
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Saturday, January 4th, 2020 | 3:00pm
    When
    Saturday, January 4th, 2020 3:00pm
    Location
    Community Evangel Temple
    Address
    124 River Road
    LINCOLN, ME 04457
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Officiant
    Rev. Jason Johnstone

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Jeffrey Rediker

Posted at 12:11pm
I’m so sorry to hear this. I saw Brian last year in Clinton and we had a nice talk about what was going on in life. He definitely put up with some of us kids when we were younger and a little wilder. He always took the time to chat when he saw me. My heart goes out to all of you.
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Cindy

Posted at 08:29am
Chris & family - I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing ... he was a great guy and I enjoyed working with him for many years at Bridge Construction/Bridgecorp. I remember all those jobs mentioned, and how he loved running those remote ones the best (like the Maibec bridge near Allagash - a challenging job to get help on). You all have cherished memories to help you through the days and weeks to come, and know too, that many people share in your sorrow - with deepest sympathies ... Cindy York
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WAYNE FLOYD

Posted at 06:17pm
Very sad to hear of Brian passing.Grade school friends and neighbor.Brian leave in Houlton by the town line .I leave in Littleton We went fishing ,shot bull frogs with bb gun in a pond ,pick up soda bottles along side of road and took them to Clarks Mkt to get us each a soda and reese's cup candy bar.On a good day we might have enough to buy 3 candy bars and we shared them.I could go on about high school ,but it would be three pages long.R.I.P MY FRIEND
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Mary Johnson Becker

Posted at 09:38am
I am so sorry to hear of Brian's passing. My heart goes out to you, Christine, and family. I haven't seen Brian in a long time but worked at Bridecorp with him for many years. Brian was a wonderful man. I am sure he will be missed by many!
Mary Johnson Becker

Tonya Douglass

Posted at 08:22pm
Here in Clinton we all love Brian he would take his off his back to help someone. Brian will be sadly missed The Douglass Family
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