Nicholas Curran

Nicholas James Curran, age 39, of San Diego, CA died peacefully surrounded by family May 7, 2016 at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital in San Diego, CA. A celebration of life was held at the Marina Village in San Diego, CA Tuesday, May 10, with a Mass of Christian Burial and interment at Immaculate Conception Church-Wexford, rural Lansing at a later date.

Nick was the son of Pat and Shari Curran of Lansing and was born at St. Francis Hospital in La Crosse, WI  November 7, 1976. After graduation from Kee High School, Nick attended Wyoming Technical School in Laramie, WY studying Auto Body Repair. He worked for a time in Madison, WI, then Minneapolis, MN, where he met the love of his life, Angela Baker. He then moved to San Diego, CA.

Nick and Angela were united in marriage March 8, 2003. They were blessed with two wonderful boys, Macallister, age eight, and Kingston, age four. Nick was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Ocean Beach, CA.

Nick was a gentle, kind, loving man who gave joy to all who met him with his smile, quick wit and caring manner. He enjoyed spending time with his family - playing soccer with the boys at the playground or in the garage; visiting family in Iowa and Wisconsin where some entertaining euchre games took place. He had a passion for baseball and football, following players and stats. He enjoyed cooking homemade meals that were legendary for his San Diego friends and family. Nick continues  to give joy to others by being a Donor for Life.

He is survived by his wife, Angie; his sons, Macallister and Kingston; his parents, Pat and Shari Curran; his sisters, Trish (Jason) Koeppel and Nancy (Chris) Leahy; his brother, Nate (AmyAnn) Curran; his father- and mother-in-law, Kendall and Sonia Baker and Lance and Nancy Lee; his sister-in-law, Dana (Mike) Clemens; his brothers-in-law, Scott (Wendy) Baker and Cordell Baker; his step-sisters-in-law, Debbie (Lars Larsen) Bell, Johanna (Robin Finch) Bell and Penelope Bell; his step-brother-in-law, Andy (Patti Guenther) Bell; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Mark and Mary Wagner, and Bill and Marguerite Curran.

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