To the family: Corky and Bunny were close friends of my parents, their relationship dating all the way back to younger years, to include the Oshkosh business school. They remained close friends through the war years, and continued to spend a lot of time with each other when Bun and Cork were in town in later years. I got to know them myself as a child, then, and have many pleasant memories of both. One is the flocked Christmas trees they always had, Bun's grand piano in the living room, and how they had me and my brother dress up and serve champagne at one of their parties, having towels over our arms, playing the role of butlers. They were always so friendly and warm, with kind hearts, like the support they gave over the years to an Indian child, on a monthly basis.
I remember Corky as a real gentleman, kindly in spirit, usually with a smile on his face. He was a real quality guy, and I was always impressed by his loyalty to Bunny, even when the years turned difficult. The world is diminished by his loss, as he was a good man in spirit and deed.
William Nimmer Jr.