Ann Claire Curcio Gregory 59, born February 9, 1958 unexpectedly went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on April 9, 2017. She was born in Summit, New Jersey and graduated Cranford High School in 1976. She attended Endicott College. On September 11, 1993 Ann married her best friend and love of her life David and moved to East Tennessee. She became actively involved in the churches she attended including Sevier Heights Baptist Church where Ann and David are members. She enjoyed working with the kids on Wednesday nights, growing in the Lord with her Wednesday Bible study group, VBS and Christmas at Sevier Heights. Ann was a volunteer for the Blount County Office of Aging for 16 years. Ann is survived by her husband, David G. Gregory of Louisville, TN; brother Joseph A. Curcio and his wife Suzanne of Chatham, NJ; nephew, Robert J. Curcio and his wife Rachel of Gillette, NJ; and niece, Amanda S. Curcio of Chatham, NJ; father in-law, Eugene F. Gregory of Largo, FL; brother in-law, Steven G. Gregory and his wife Rhonda of Seminole, FL; nephew, Christian; niece, Kimberly of Knoxville, TN; sister in-law Dawn Gregory Provoyeur and her husband Chris of Tampa, FL; nephew, Matthew Miller and his wife Chelsea and son Tripp of Tampa, FL; Aunts, Ann Cook of Brick, NJ, Theresa McCormick of Philadelphia and Johanne Curcio of Philadelphia; along with numerous loving cousins. She is predeceased by her father, Paul A. Curcio Jr.; her mother, Ellen M. Fraites; her brother Paul A. Curcio III; and her mother in-law, Betty Ann Gregory. There will be a memorial service for Ann on Saturday May 13, 2017 at The Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township, 240 Southern Blvd. Chatham Twp, NJ at 11:30 AM. In lieu of flowers gifts may be made to The Community Food Bank of N.J.
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