May you continue to have strength and peace and may comfort be at your side."Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will help you." Is.41:10
I am so sorry to hear about Jimmy....my heart breaks to learn about his passing. My deepest sympathy to Joe. Keeping you both in my thoughts and prayers.
Kind heart, gentle soul. He is missed but never forgotten. My condolences to the people he left behind. We were lucky to share in his light.
Joe & Family,
Sorry to hear of your loss. I always remember Jimmy and his smile; and his help in having me meet Joe. I know life on Earth & in heaven is much better because of him and his loving caring spirit. God's blessings to you and your family.
Jimmy was my first cousin who was 18years younger than me. I really didn't get to know him until his visit to Morehead City this past summer. Through e-mails and phone calls these last 4months,I feel Jimmy has enriched my life and taught me the importance of reaching out to family and ones we love before it is too late. I will always treasure the short time we were able to share.Rest in peace Jimmy and know you are truly loved and missed.
Georgia Phillips Kennedy. Clemmons,N.C.
Jimmy was a great friend, in high school we would go surfing almost every day. As the years pat i always what had happened to him. Unfornuately for me i happened to contact his brother Joe 2 days after his passing. Rest in piece my friend you are truely missed.
Wow...I been looking for my good friend in high school. There were times when we hung out 3,4, 5 times a week in summer. Trully a good guy will be missed.
I will remember JC as always smiling, always quiet, always caring but strong enough to endure such a tough battle with his body for so long. How ironic that the ocean he so loved had a hand in taking him away from selfish us.
The summertime visits from years ago that he and Joe and Peggy made were always highly anticipated and full of great joy. Joe and JC surfing in the Atlantic Ocean "bathtub" was always a hit. We might not have big waves but they are a LOT warmer here! It was a great family reunion when the Corrs came to Morehead City.
His visit last summer, the first one in over eight years,was great timing on his part. What he knew and when he knew it who knows, but we will cherish that time forever.
He is home with Peggy and Roy now and no longer suffering. I know friends and family miss his but we are at least all better people for having had him in our lives.
Just found out, I was in the class of 1986 for Crawford High. wow he will be missed.
Jimmy, I can not believe you are gone... You were truly one of the sweethearts of my life... I know things about you that not many others probably ever knew, like how you serenaded me, wrote all kinds of amazingly beautiful love letters and poetry to me, and how you even got down on one knee for me. You were so wonderful, and even though it has been like 25 years, I still cherish the time we spent together. I actually tried looking you up fairly recently and wished so much that I could have seen you face to face and told you how much you really meant to me. After all these years... & Jimmy, I Do! And to Joe, you always seemed like a great big brother and I am praying and sending love & support to you...and even though I could not make it today, I am there in spirit... ride those big clouds in the sky... And Jimmy I know God probably had REM cranked up on Dec. 6th at those pearly gates. RIP...
Jimmy... What can I say you were one of the true sweethearts of my life.. even though it has been nearly 25 years since we dated... you have always left a lasting impression in my heart. Many people don't know all of the wonderful and lovely things you did for me... but I do... like serenade me, and write me amazingly beautiful poetry! Wished I had been able to get back in touch with you, tried to track you down on Facebook awhile back, now that I am back in San Diego, whenever I look at the waves I will remember your love for me.... RIP my love & Jimmy I Do! And Joe I still remember you being a great big brother & am sending my love and support, wished I could be there today, but will be in spirit. Jimmy I'm sure God had REM playing really loud on Dec. 6th... See you again someday!
I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Corr last year. He was an aide in my Algebra classroom and was so kind. The student he worked with absolutely adored Mr. Corr and told me multiple times that Mr. Corr was his best friend. He has touched the lives of many people!
So sorry to hear about your brother, Joe.
Jim was one of my first cousins in San Diego. His older brother and I were closer because of age. Thanks to Jim reaching out to his family in NC, we were able to have a visit this past August that I will always treasure. He brought all of our family here in NC closer. God works in mysterious ways and Jim was sent to help all of us. He was to come and stay with me on Dec 22 for Christmas and I still cannot believe that he will not be coming. I thank God everyday that he came into our lives and we truly got to know him, even for a short time. Every time that I pet my dog Girlie, I think of him. He loved that dog and she was the dog that he never got to have.Love you for ever and ever, Lainey
Jimmy Corr entered our hearts many years ago and never left. We will treasure every memory of our moments together. He was a good man - honest and caring with a great sense of humor and many talents. We consider it an honor to have known him.
Ken and Maxine Clark
The staff at Encanto remembers Jim well as a soft spoken role model for our students. He was always patient and understanding and a great listener. Rest in peace, We will miss you, The Encanto Staff
A kind gentle soul, James was a wonderful aide to many children with special needs here at De Portola. We will miss him!
James was a very compassionate addition to my Special Day Classroom here at de Portola Middle School. He is missed and will continue to be missed.
God bless him, his family and his friends.
His gentle ways, a quiet, friendly smile as he walked accross our campus at De Portola Middle School.
James was a very sweet, kind, softspoken man. I only knew him briefly, the past 2 years while he was working here at DePortola. He fought a hard fight, may he rest in peace. Nancy A.