Please accept my condolences; was very sad to hear that Corky passed. He was an outstanding person. I always enjoyed talking with him. What was most obvious about him was his love for his family. He will be missed by many.
Dear Barbara and family, I still think of you even though our paths have not crossed since 1999 when you slipped a cross in my hand at my son's funeral. I will always remember your kindness and sincerely offer my condolences at the loss of your dear father. Carol Williams, Canton, OH.
Dear Corrigan family, I was also saddened with the news of Corky's passing from his earthly journey to be with His Lord Jesus Christ, his Savior. At times like this is where we realize that one day our earthly stay will end, and that this is where the life of the Christian begins, with our beloved Jesus, who has promised a place for each one of us, for those who have accepted his sacrifice on the Cross of Calvary and for ALL of those that have received HIM as their Lord & Savior there is no death, only Eternal Life with God. You probably don't remember me, but I'm Roger Bello, the Cuban boy that Kipp and Mary Wood adopted back in 1961. My Prayers are with you all and I express my deepest condolences to the family.
Much prayers for the family that you would feel God's comfort during this time.
Dear Corrigan Family,
I just found out about your dad, too late to see all of you before Mass or attend the Mass at all. I am so very distressed at not being able to extend my condolences in person. Corky and Sally were such good friends and had such a positive influence on Carl and I. Marriage Encounter and Hospital Eucharistic Ministers would never had happened for us if not for them. They had the ecumenical movement way before many of us even knew what that was. There was a special U.N. assembly right in your own backyard for a picnic or weiner roast. We loved seeing how Corky and Sal interacted. They were so loving to one another. Now, they are together in the presence of Our Lord. I hope Corky will look Carl up and maybe they can play a little euchre! Much love,
Tom and Family;
It's been many years since our lives have intersected, but I learned of your father's passing and want to extend my condolences and sympathy. No matter how old we get, it's so difficult to lose loved ones, especially a parent. Peace to you and yours.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of loss. Your father and grandfather was a wonderful man and we will always remember him fondly.
My wife Robin and I are extremely saddened to hear that Corky passed away. We loved him so very much. Our hearts are heavy with sorrow. Our deepest condolences to everyone in the Corrigan family. I added a picture to the photo gallery. It is a picture of Corky and Sally with Monsignor Steiger and my father (Kip Wood). Don't know who the priest in the middle is.
To all the Corrigan family, Robin and I want to express our very deepest condolences. We loved Corky so very much. He was like a father to us and we always felt like a member of the family. We just got back in town and saw the text message that Barbara sent us. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
To the children of Tom & Sally,
We are happy to know that Tom has gone home to spend eternity his Lord & Sally.
May they look down on those of us who await our turn to join them & remember the good times.
Love, Vic, Mike, Andrea (Yingling), & Steve Joliat.
My heart is heavy today after hearing the news of your dad's passing. My cousin, Julie, just called with the news. As you know, the Weller's and
Corrigan's go way back. I have so many wonderful memories of Corky (and your mom, too) and would call him every few months to keep in touch with him and would always make it a point to see him when I'd go back to Ohio for a visit. I loved him and your mom very much and felt blessed to have them as friends. I'm sure that your mom and dad, Mary and Kip, and my Uncle Howard and Aunt Wilma are all having a ball right now. He was certainly someone that, if you knew him, you'd never forget him. May you always know that he was greatly loved by all of us blessed enough to know him, and my thoughts and prayers go out to all of you at this time.
Colleen, My thoughts are with you and your family at this time.
My prayers are with you as you grieve the loss of your Dad, and celebrate his life, and rejoice that he is now in the presence of the Lord. May the Lord hold you tenderly in His arms and dry your tears.
My prayers are being lifted for the Corrigan family today. We have lost a great man. His heart has been broken ever since Aunt Sally passed away and now they are together again. Love you Uncle Tom; you will be greatly missed by many! Until we meet again!