STUDLEY, Virginia

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I just learned of his passing when he was included at the annual Memorial Service at Hartwick College. I have fond memories of Chris from the Music Dept. there, and am saddened by this news.

So sad to learn of Chris' passing - remembering wonderful times making music together during our time in Hartwick College.

Dr. Corrallo was passionate about learning. We met to discuss restorative justice in the school system. He was very interested in reducing school suspensions and in finding a way that young people could "make right" the harm they created, without leaving school for even one day. He was a very good man and we shall all miss him.
Judy Clarke, Ex. Director
Virginia Center for Restorative Justice

This obituary was an eloquent tribute to one of the very best people I have ever known. Chris was everything described and more. His energy and charisma changed everyone privileged enough to spend time with him. His friends from his years in upstate New York share in your tremendous loss, but also in your celebration of a life lived fully though in too brief a period of time. Personally, I will miss my friend, my colleague, and the "big brother" who cried with me, laughed with me...

On behalf of the Virginia PTA Board of Managers;

Chris's support of the Virginia PTA and his assistance in developing our Strategic Plan was invaluable. He gave freely of his time and talents and will be missed by so many.

Dr. Corallo was an amazing man. The entire teaching community has lost a great mentor and person. HCPS will not be the same......

Thoughts and prayers to all of you and to Breck, much love always.

Breck, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you...

We knew Chris when he began his music career in Whitney Point and Greene, NY. He was a much loved chorus leader in the High School and also started our WP Community Musicals in which most of our family were a part of: Karen Rugg was "Nancy" in the first one, "Oliver", Chris Rugg, John Rugg were also involved as actors and Ellie Rugg played the piano. He was a great stage director, lots of fun and full of energy. Ellie was so blessed to be the organist at Greene UCC Church...



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