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Deputies: Geneva teacher stole $27K from scholarship fund in memory of her sister

A Geneva kindergarten teacher is accused of stealing tens-of-thousands of dollars from a scholarship fund, which was created for her sister, who died in 2015.

Kimberly Lynn Currie, 44, who is shown on the Geneva Central School district’s website as a kindergarten teacher is accused of stealing $27,000 from a scholarship fund in memory of her sister.

Currie was charged with grand larceny and will answer the charge in Canandaigua Town Court.

Deputies say the theft occurred over several years – beginning in December 2015 and until October 2018. The fund, which was allegedly stolen from was for Michele Cuminale, who was a teacher’s aide at a Canandaigua elementary school.

Additional court action is expected in the coming weeks, according to deputies.

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