Curry-Turnquest dies on her 63rd birthday


Molere Curry-Turnquest

THE softball community is mourning the loss of Molere Curry-Turnquest.

Curry-Turnquest, who suffered from diabetes, died on her 63rd birthday Sunday at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

She was a first sacker for the Rothmans Wildcats. Curry-Turnquest was married with two sons, one living in California and the other is Litanique Kemp, one of the rising young baseball and softball catchers.

Curry-Turnquest, known for her cooking and baking, is the sister of veteran Wildcats’ outfielder Vernie Curry and sister-in-law of Renee ‘Sunshine’ Davis, the outspoken infielder for the Wildcats.


sangeej 3 years, 6 months ago

This is heartbreaking news: such a beautiful smile and friendly personality. I visited her a few times in the hospital, but since the lockdown, I haven't heard anything from her until I heard of her passing. My condolences to the whole family. Especially Litanique Kemp & Vernie.


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