John S. Corrigan

John S. Corrigan

September 05, 1944 - July 06, 2016

John S. Corrigan

September 05, 1944 - July 06, 2016


John S. Corrigan lives in , passed away at the age of 71.
Born on September 05, 1944 and passed away on July 06, 2016.

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5 responses to John S. Corrigan

  1. Hazel says:

    Our Deepest Condolences to the Corrigan family members and those who loved John. John always said, “Life would be boring without fun,” and he proved his point. He made us all realize his philosophy as we laughed through life together and our lives have been Blessed by his presence. I will miss you my only brother John and pray for your eternal peace in Heaven.
    God Bless John Corrigan.
    Hazel Early

  2. maryjmesh says:

    Aiden and I send our sincere heartfelt condolences to John’s family….Our hearts r breaking for your loss…..we will definitely keep you all in our prayers….sorry I never got the opportunity to meet my dear cousin John, but I’m sure he was a his sisters…love you all….hugs and Gods blessings

  3. Being the only son/brother of the Corrigan family, he was so loved by his mother and sisters! He was special no doubt. Although I didn’t get to see him much as an adult, I have so many loving memories as a child for his son Johnny and I were close cousins growing up. I recently sent emails back and forth with my uncle these last few years knowing I had to be the one to reach out, and I was ok with that…..then and even more so now. I’m so glad I did. We had some great chats! I will miss him but know I will see him again one day! I love you Uncle….rest for now, joy comes in the mornin’

  4. Sleep for now Uncle John…..I’ll see you in heaven! XOXO

  5. ruth Greiner says:

    Hey Brother… I don’t know if Heaven is ready for you but it will never be the same after you arrive. You had a wit and a grin that lit up a room every time you walked into it. GOD, I’m going to miss you so much. It still seems like yesterday when we were hanging out together at my house in Huntington Beach, taking down walls and hoping the roof wouldn’t cave in on us when we were sleeping. We had a good laugh on that one. You will always be in my heart. I love you, John. See ya when I get there!

    Your Loving Sister, Ruth

    (AKA Rock Bottom)

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