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May 08, 2014
Hi, my name is Hope Dwyer and I am in 8th grade. My school is doing a research project on firefighters that died in the tragedies of 9/11, and I received James Corrigan. I was wondering if anyone had any stories or memories of him that you would like to share. It would really help and I am so sorry for your loss. From what I have read, he seemed like an amazing man.
September 11, 2013
Sept. 11, 2013
No doubt in my mind you "James" made a conscientious heroic sacrifice! You gave your life so others would live ! Your family must be so proud .
September 13, 2012
To our friend,

Never forget.

"Semper Fi",

Pete and Linda Mulroy
New York
September 11, 2012
Thinking of you today,Jim, and many days in between. Tony and I talk of you often and pray for Marie and your family. RIP always
July 31, 2012
RIP Captain James Corrigan from FF Ken Corrigan
September 12, 2011
I never met you but 2 years prior to 9/11, I worked at Banker's Trust down the street from your firehouse. I used to walk by the firehouse on my luch hour and I always thought how lucky I was to have you guys so nearby...little did I know! I can never express my gratitude and respect enough..you are with the angels now. RIP
September 11, 2011
9/11/2011

Jim,

10 years later and it felt like yesterday. I stopped by your "10 House" to pay my respects to you at the Waterfall Memorial. Boy, I have to admit, you looked handsome in your Fire Captain uniform. I'll never forget our breaking each others chops.
Rest easy in heaven my friend.

Pete Mulroy
New York
September 11, 2011
i just found this site. god bless the family of James Corrigan. the tragedy of sept. 11 has touched many as we
remember on this 10th
anniversary. I am a Corrigan
who grew up in Cleveland,
Ohio. My grandfather, Peter J. Corrigan, was a battalion
chief with the cleveland fire department. my uncle, msgr.
thomas corrigan was chaplain for the parma ohio fire
department and my father, dr.
peter j. jr.,. was physician for
the cleveland police & fire. my
son served two tours in iraq
as captain in the 10th
mountain division, us army.
corrigans have a history of
public service and have served
their country well. god bless
your fallen hero and gratitude
for your sacrifice on this
special anniversary.
September 10, 2011
My name is Gina Campbell and I live in Las Vegas, Nevada. Today, September 10, 2011, I ran a 9/11 Remembrance race in honor of all that passed on September 11, 2001. Each runner received a name to pin to their racing bib, and I was chosen to run in the memory of James. It was an honor to represent Mr. Corrigan, and I hope it brings joy to the people that knew him, that he has not been forgotten.
May 28, 2011
I left this on a tribute page but wanted to share it here also. As ten years approaches, he is still remembered. Love to you all, Ted

It was only a couple of days ago, visiting a professional site I hadn't been on in 10 years that I saw the name James Corrigan mentioned as a victim of 9/11. Being a retired fire officer from Brooklyn, I had gone thru the list of FDNY victims a number of times but hadn't gotten through all the others. Jimmy and I worked together in Flatbush for 5 years. We worked the same tours and spent a lot of time together. We both commuted a distance and joked regularly about the trips. We were a very close company and were especially known for spending a lot of time in a room we made in the basement of the fire house. When I got promoted, I lost contact with Jim but then started seeing him again when we both worked downtown NY. On the eve of its second anniversary, it's as fresh in my mind as it was watching that day. That Jim was in the thick of it comes as no surprise. The members of the "Pride of Flatbush" strived to make it the best of the bravest. I will miss you Jim, god bless and my prayers are with your wife and children.

*** Posted by Ted Glaessgen on 2003-09-09 ***

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