Emmett Michael Corrigan (1980 - 2011)

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Emmett Michael Corrigan of Meridian, Idaho, died March 11, 2011, near his home in Meridian. Born on Aug. 30, 1980, he was the son of Radeane Blackwell and Mike Corrigan, and later he was fortunate to have Denise Corrigan and Jim Blackwell as step-parents. Emmett married Ashlee Harmon on March 6, 2004, in the Mount Timpanogus LDS Temple, and they were blessed with five beautiful children, twin girls Bostyn and Bailey (6), Teage (4), Kaleeya (20 months), and Tytus (8 weeks).
A viewing will be held at Summers Funeral Home, 3629 E. Ustick Road in Meridian from 5 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16. Funeral Services will be at the LDS church, Verona Ward on Meridian Road and Ustick Road, Meridian, Idaho, at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 17. Graveside services will be held Friday, March 18, in Montpelier, Idaho, at 2 p.m.
Emmett graduated from Centennial High School in the Boise area and played football for Ricks College for one semester before being called and proudly serving an honorable 2 year LDS mission to Campinas Brazil from 2000 to 2002. Area served was Itatiba. He received his Bachelor of Science from Utah State University. A hardworking and ambitious young man, he completed his Juris Doctorate in Law from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. He later joined a firm in downtown Boise and specialized in bankruptcy and criminal defense law. Who could have more friends? He loved helping people and was generous to everyone he met. Full of energy and adventure, Emmett loved skiing, all outdoor sports and grilling good food. He played football at Centennial High School and Ricks College, and would have played forever if he could. Emmett leaves a space in hundreds of lives that no one else could ever fill.
Published in Logan Herald Journal from Mar. 15 to Mar. 29, 2011
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