We’ve lost Paul Curran, our master guest columnist and prolific comment-leaver

There is simply no way to express our sadness at the loss of such a great writer. Paul Curran was an online friend to many of us, bringing humor and support wherever it was needed. Rest in peace, my friend.

Mark Bialczak

Those of us who’ve grown to love the lively words that bounced from the head and fingers of Paul Curran will never be the same.

The writer from Canada has died, according to his neighbor Steve Watson.

I received this email on the contact tab from my blog:

With great sadness I have to tell you that Paul Curran has passed away. Paul passed last week.

Our guest blogger, Paul Curran. Our guest blogger, Paul Curran.

Your Barrista -- Paul Curran Your Barrista — Paul Curran

Now Your Barrista – Paul Curran Now Your Barrista – Paul
Curran

A series of the column head shots Paul sent me since 2013 to just a month ago.

I found the email this morning. I arrived yesterday. Steve Watson was listed as the photographer in the If We Were Having Coffee Sunday column Paul had me post here on Sept. 11 after his emergency operation.

I could not find an obituary through search engines.

Paul lived in Hamilton, Ontario…

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6 Responses to We’ve lost Paul Curran, our master guest columnist and prolific comment-leaver

  1. Dan Antion says:

    This is so sad. I had a comment exchange with him on a few guest posts. I didn’t know him, but I felt, for sure I would have liked him.

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  2. Sorry to hear about Paul. I enjoyed his posts and great sense of humour. He will be missed.

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