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Eileen M. Currier
  • In lieu of flowers, donations in Eileen's memory may be made to the Animal Rescue League, Boston, MA.

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Eileen lit up the room and made our residents day each time she visited. The nurses absolutely adored her enthusiasm and total dedication to her patients. Eileen will always be remembered as a fierce advocate for the elderly and a champion for fellow nurses to continue their practice and their education. We are better for having known her.


Posted by: Devon Sicard - Chestnut Hill, MA   Dec 13, 2016

I got to know Eileen well over the several years that she did home nursing for my dear friend, Ann Macdonald (and her sister Kay) of Chestnut Hill, now deceased. In addition to being a great, deeply caring nurse, she was a wonderful human being, with a sense of humor and sense of play. The Macdonald sisters gathered a "family" of friends around them, who often got together at the holidays, birthdays, etc, and Eileen was always one of our "family" and a wonderful part of the life of our parties She will be deeply missed.


Posted by: Franco Mormando - Boston, MA - Friend   Dec 13, 2016

RIP, my dear friend. Your generous heart was one of a kind.


Posted by: Marietta Phillips - Anchorage, AK   Dec 13, 2016

Eileen took care of my parents at RH. She was always cheerful and helpful. Made a big impact on our family's struggles. I loved chatting with her about her dogs and her place in Maine. Truly a tragic loss at this young age. I hope her family can sense how many people's lives she improved over her career. She will be greatly missed.

Robert


Posted by: Robert Damato - boston, MA   Dec 13, 2016

I would like to extend my sympathy to all of Eileen's family and friends. I was so sorry to hear of her passing.
As a close childhood friend, I will always remember her for her sense of humor and practical jokes.
God Bless Eileen, you will be missed by all whose lives you touched.


Posted by: Carol Frech (Dehais) - Reading, PA   Dec 13, 2016

When we lose a Loved One, they become a memory. Then the memory becomes a treasure. Hold on to those treasures of your Loved One, they will help you during these difficult times. Isa.41:10


Posted by: Judy Brown - NJ   Dec 13, 2016

RIP Eileen, hadn't seen you @ RH lately & just found out you were ill. Praying for you & the doggies, I've heard heaven is real...


Posted by: ed burke - jp, MA   Dec 12, 2016

The Peter's Hill part of the Arboretum has lost the most charismatic dog owner. I remember meeting Elwood, Jake, and Eileen amongst several people who would otherwise be complete strangers. She would link any and all dog owning people together as we walked up and around Peter's HIll. Conversational and always smiling, Eileen would always attract a small crowd by the time several loops around the hill were complete.


Posted by: Kat Tibbitts - Jamaica Plain, MA - Acquaintance   Dec 12, 2016

May the goodness Eileen shared with us live on through all of us who knew her.


Posted by: Lynne Johnson - Newton, MA   Dec 12, 2016

It is with a heavy heart, I express my deepest sympathies to Eileen's family. I met Eileen in 2014 when she cared for my mom. Eileen was an outstanding NP and person. She loved her doggies, art, music, laughter and people. She was a gift to all of us that had the pleasure of knowing her.

Lynne H. Johnson


Posted by: A friend   Dec 12, 2016