Helen "Sylvia" Curley Harmon
September 10, 1945 - November 10, 2020
Will be announced for next Summer
Helen “Sylvia” Curley Harmon
Age 75, of Oscoda, MI died on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Sylvia was born on September 10, 1945 in Harrisville, MI to the late Harry and Helen Curley (Merkel). She was a retired Elementary Education School teacher of 33 years. Sylvia enjoyed volunteering for several organizations, such as the AuSable Canoe Marathon, fish gift house and the Harry Curley Memorial Canoe Race just to name a few. She was a long time woman’s pool league and softball player. Sylvia enjoyed shopping, casinos and most of all spending time with her grandson Eddie. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Eagles and Moose Clubs, the Michigan Education Association, Habitat for Humanity and the Iosco County Democratic Party. Sylvia is survived by her husband Sam Harmon, daughter Tess Harmon (Kevin Woods) and grandson Eddie Woods. She is also survived by her brother Frank Curley, sister Rozanne Curley, sister Mary (Ben) Calo and many nieces, nephews, cousins, family and friends. Due to Covid-19 the celebration of life will be scheduled next summer. You may offer condolences at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
I sure will miss her at the Christmas gift house for fish, she had a heart of gold for the kids, and her grandson Eddie, Sam we will all keep you in our prayers. May god wrap his arms around her and her family. Wilma Maynard
— Wilma (Lacy) Maynard
Paddlers and friends of Michigan Canoe Racing Association offer our sympathy to family of Sylvia. We will miss her at our canoe events.
— Lynne Witte
Sylvia served the community her entire adult life, both as an educator and a volunteer. With her passing the community lost a force for good, along with her wealth of knowledge on Oscoda history. She will truly be missed. Our condolences to Sam and her entire family.
— Mark & Holly David
Sylvia was one very special soul that will never be forgotten. Even as we mourn, we can remember the great times spent together teaching and at luncheons; and be comforted by Sylvia's caring and loving personality. I will miss her laughter and storytelling. We can celebrate a life well-lived by Sylvia. It is not the time we spend on Earth, but the love of life Sylvia shared while here. To her family and friends my deepest sympathy.
— Jodie Salter
I first met Sylvia as my daughter's third grade teacher. Then I crossed paths in many ways through the years. I was a volunteer timer at one of the canoe marathon races. I was "inside" the starting enclosure who clapped and applauded when Sylvia Curley Harmon was acknowledged for her leadership and commitment to the event. She shared some books with me and she shared some of her spiritual journey with me. Sending hugs as she continues her journey on the other side of the rainbow bridge. --Barbara Wesselhoeft
— Barbara Wesselhoeft
Sam, I was sorry to hear of Sylvia's passing. She was a wonderful giving lady. I'm sure you will miss her terribly but can rest in knowing that she is at peace and out of pain. May she rest in peace
— Linda Hicks