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Nathaniel N. Milbourne-CurryFebruary 13, 1977 ~ July 8, 2017 (age 40)
Nathaniel N. Milbourne-Curry ,40, of Coatesville, surrounded by his family, passed away, Saturday, July 8, 2017, at Chester County Hospital in West Chester.
Known by his family and friends as Squeaky, he was the son of Cheryl Ann (Milbourne) Wilson, and the late Stanley Nathaniel "Reds" Curry.
Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, July 15, 2017, at 12 noon, at Gateway Church, 160 Cowan Rd., Parkesburg, PA., just off business Rte. 30 West in Sadsbury Township. A viewing will be held from 9 AM until the start of the service. There will be a vigil 7 pm Friday, at Abdala Park in Coatesville.
Interment will be private.
Flowers can be delivered to the church on the day of the service. The theme color is white.
Nathaniel N. Milbourne Curry, “Squeaky”, was born February 13, 1977. He was the oldest of four siblings and blessed to have two fathers. Squeaky was the son of the late Stanley Nathaniel Curry “Reds”, Cheryl Ann Wilson and Anthony Wilson.
He was educated within the Coatesville Area School District and was a 1995 graduate of Coatesville Area Senior High School.
Squeaky was an avid nature lover who enjoyed taking care of animals especially dogs, rabbits, and birds. He was full of life and loved spending quality time with his family. He especially loved his nieces and nephews. Squeaky loved dancing, baking, shopping, fishing, and he loved his friends.
On Saturday, July 8, 2017, Squeaky passed away at the Chester County Hospital in West Chester, surrounded by his loving family.
Surviving him are his mother Cheryl A. Wilson; fathers, Anthony Wilson and Angelo Tyrone Legree, Sr.; sisters, Alizia Barber (Edgar), Cherlonda Legree (Derrick Green) both of Coatesville, PA; his brother, Angelo “Ty” Legree, Jr. (Ashley Grove) of Coatesville, PA; sisters, Tamika Delgado (Jorge) of Exton, PA, Charli Curry Rollins (Leon) of Coatesville, PA; his grandparents, Clara Milbourne, Nathaniel Curry and Cora Wilson (Richard) all of Coatesville, PA; Godmother, Michelle Butler; his special friends, Twanna “Boom” Griffy and the rest whom he called his “Angels” and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins aunts and friends.