Richard Arlan Currier

Richard Arlan Currier, 53, of Sanford, FL, passed away suddenly on June 2, 2022. He was born in Orlando, FL on Sunday December 1st, 1968 to Chester Arlan and Linda (Philpot) Currier.
Rich worked for the family business, Currier Painting, enriching the legacy of his father and brother. Following his love for nature and landscaping, Rich received an Associates Degree in Horticulture from Valencia College. Rich was an organ donor recipient, and he and his family were always thankful for the longevity provided through the bravery, selflessness and charity of others.

Rich was a dedicated father, and enjoyed coaching his three sons in baseball at Lake Mary Little League. He would always encourage his children, as well as others, athleticism, creativity, and passion. He was a lifelong fan of Alabama Crimson Tide Football and reveled in a free Saturday to watch his team dominate.

He is survived by his loving wife, Sofia, their three young sons, George, Preston, and Nixon, his two daughters, Bianca and Averee, who will feel his love forever. He is also survived by his mother, Linda Currier, sisters, Lee Ann (Roger) Moore, Carol Collins, and brother, John (Donna) Currier, in-laws George and Eleni Liatsos, brother in laws, Keith and Bill Liatsos, and eleven nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Chester Arlan Currier and brother in law, Doug Collins.

Services will be held at Baldwin-Fairchild Oaklawn Chapel in Sanford on June 10th, 2022 at 2:30 pm. Visitation with family will begin at 1:30 pm.

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