Diane M. Espey


Diane M. Espey (Curcurito-Larson), 76, passed away peacefully on September 20, 2021. She was born on April 18, 1945 to Thomas M. Espey and Elda Brantigan. Diane loved spending time with her family, playing cards, gambling and vacationing.

Diane is survived by her daughters Theresa (Brian) Gregory, Kimberly (Don) Flint and her son Joseph (Laurie) Curcurito; grandchildren Elisha, Bridget, Casey, Michael, Caitlyn, Brandon, Emy; 6 great grandchildren; sister Sharon Hickey; brothers Richard (Karen) Espey and Warren "Hoppy" (Donna) Espey; special friend Herb Henry; and mother in law Emily Curcurito who she stayed very close to over the years. She was predeceased by her parents and her brother Thomas J. Espey, III.

Relatives and friends are invited to call from 10am to 11am on Saturday, September 25 at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A service will follow at 11am.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions in memory of Diane may be made to Saratoga County Animal Shelter, 6010 County Farm Road, Ballston Spa, NY 12020.

Guest Book

Les & Barbara DeLorme

Thinking of you all during this time. I am so very blessed that I got to meet Diane. Loved her humor and love for her family. Sending healing hugs as you all grieve for a wonderful woman. Les & Barb DeLorme

Peggy McHale

My heart goes out to your family Joey❤️Your mom was a sweet loving person and I am sure she will be sorely missed

Lura Amero

Theresa, Kim & Joe,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I still can't believe this. Enjoyed working with Diane and knowing her. She sure did love her family tremendously!!! Sending hugs and prayers your way.

Jay and Joan Chambers

Theresa, Kim and Joe,
Diane was a wonderful person, she always had a smile and a kind word, she will forever be in your hearts.

Tony & Jean Curcurito

To Theresa, Kim and Joe - so sorry for your loss. She was a great mom, thoughtful and caring person. Will miss all the wonderful times at the get togethers. We will miss her smiling face and laughter. God bless - Uncle Tony and Aunt Jean