David Graham Currey was born December 13, 1893 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He moved to South Bend, Indiana in 1919.

On June 14, 1921 in South Bend he married Florence Lehmann. Florence was the daughter of Frederick Lehmann and Elizabeth Kopper. She was born in South Bend on June 29. 1898.

Over the years they had three children. Barbara married Alexander Lysohir and remained living in South Bend.

Elizabeth married Mr. Algelt and lived for a time in Akron, Ohio before moving to Falls Church, Virginia.

The third child, Carolyn married Gerald Rogers and moved to Indianapolis, Indiana.

David was a factory representative for the M. & N. Manufacturing Company of Tampa, Florida and retired in 1969.

He was a member of the St. Peter's United Church of Christ, the South Bend Lodge 294, the F. & A. M., the Scottish Rite Valley of south Bend, and an honorary member of the Supreme Council Thirty-Third Degree.

He was also a member of the South Bend Chapter 29, the Royal Arch Masons, the South Bend Council 82, the Royal and Select Master, the South Bend Commandery 13, the Knights Templar, the Orak Shrine Temple, the Hammond Avalon Grotto and had been director of the robing room of the Scottish Rite.

He was a World War I veteran and a member of Post 50, the American Legion, and Veterans of World War I.

His wife, Florence, was a member of the St. Peter's United Church of Christ, the Women's Guild of the church and the YWCA Antique Club. She was a volunteer for the Red Cross and for REAL Services.

David Currey died on November 17, 1971 in South Bend, Indiana. He was buried at the Sumption Prairie Cemetery.

His wife Florence died on June 9, 1982 in South Bend and was also buried at the Sumption Prairie Cemetery.

Deb Murray