Carol and Jeff, I was shocked to see that Milford had passed away. I was recently at Chapel Hill cemetery and came across his resting place. Milford was truly a good neighbor that loved to share his stories and proudly show off his home improvements. Although we haven't seen or spoken to one another since we moved to Phoenix in 1994, I have often thought of him and your family. He'll live on in all of our memories. Cindy and I send our deepest sympathies for your loss. Long live the spirit of Milford McCorkendale.
Sorry, I didn't realize that Corky as I always knew him had passed away. We had many good times of friendship through the years at Chemagro as it was then known, later to become Bayer. Corky marched to his own drummer and wasn't shy about letting it be known. He will be missed.
Carol, he is healthy and happy on the other side of the veil. His love for you is deeper and wider now than ever in this life. That is the joy in your sorrow.
I am grateful for the life of Mr. McCorkendale. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.Grandview
Carol, I am so sorry for your loss. Milford has been a good friend for over 45 years. We had a lot of good times together, going to car shows, hanging out, good 4thof July parties, checking out the country. He is going to be greatly missed. Thanks, Milford for the memories.
Your friend, Wayne Stevens
Carol, you have our deepest sympathy.
I knew Milford for about 70 years,he was a good friend .
He will be missed