Paul J. Corsi died suddenly on April 4, 2012 on the island of St. Maarten, where he had made his home for the past 16 years. He was 71 years old. He leaves two daughters, Allison Ruggles and her husband Ken of Duxbury, Lynnelle McLane and her husband Jeff of Westchester, NY, a son-in-law Tom Posler of Dearborn, Michigan, nine cherished grandchildren ranging in age from 21 years to three months, brothers John and his wife Linda of St. Michaels, Maryland, Jim and his wife Midge of Belleville, Illinois. His wife Pamela (McAloney) Corsi and a daughter, Julie Posler, of Dearborn, Michigan predeceased him. Paul was born in Kingston and graduated in 1958 from Sliver Lake Regional High School, where he had been a star athlete. After a tour of duty with the US Army, he attended and graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1968. For most of his career he held a number of management positions within the IT department of The Ford Motor Company in the Detroit area. During this time he also received an advanced degree from the University of Detroit Mercy. With his daughters grown and on their own, Paul packed it up and, as many of us wish we could, relocated to St. Maarten in the Caribbean. There he established a company, West Indies Web Design, that provided internet, Web service and advertising assistance to many of the Islands businesses. On the Island he pursued his passion for golf, was a prominent presence at The Sunset Bar and established a wide range of devoted friends. He will be missed by many and all. A celebration of his life will be held at the Cartmell Funeral home, 150 Court St. in Plymouth with visitation from 4 to 6 PM on Sunday, April 15th, and service from 11am to 12 pm on Monday, April 16th. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in his memory to Angioma Alliance at 107 Quaker Meeting House Road Williamsburg Virginia 23188 (www.angiomaalliance.com). For more info and online guestbook please visit www.cartmellfuneralhome.com.
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Published in Old Colony Memorial from Apr. 13 to Apr. 20, 2012