James R. Corrigan

January 18, 1943 - April 20, 2016
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James R. Corrigan age 73 of Chardon passed away April 20, 2016 at Geauga Assisted Living in Montville. Born Jan. 18, 1943 in Chardon to Robert and Lucille (nee: Brockway) Corrigan, he had lived in Chardon and Mentor-on-the-Lake. He is survived by his best friend and sister-in-law Barbara Bruns of Chardon; children Ernest Corrigan ofContinue Reading

Carl Andreano left a message on May 3, 2016:
So very sorry to hear of Jims passing. He was a good guy.
Bob and Linda (Tann) Kangas left a message on April 27, 2016:
Dear Judy, Barbara, and all of Jim's family. Jim was such a kind and thoughtful person. Even though he wasn't able to live his life to the full these last number of years, he never complained or felt sorry for himself. He was truly interested in others and their well-being. We will miss Jim greatly and miss seeing that wonderful, calm smile that came to his face so readily. We are very sorry to lose him, and our heart goes out to all of you on this sad occasion. Sincerely, Bob and Linda Kangas
Chris Collins left a message on April 22, 2016:
R.I.P Uncle Jim.....My thoughts and prayers for all
Audrey Prosser left a message on April 22, 2016:
Our Sincere Condolences to the family. May you rest in peace Jim
Ronald Brunsky left a message on April 21, 2016:
It's very sad when an illness (stroke) takes away a previously very active man's life. Leaving him unable to be the independent person he once was. But let's give credit to the people that made the last years of his life as pleasant as possible. Barb Bruns made sure he was taken care of, and looked after his interests . She is a remarkable, and totally unselfish individual person who took it on herself to make sure Jim would be in good hands. Jim resided at Geauga Assisted Living for the past 12 years. They have phenomenal owners and staff and should be given much credit for the comfort and assistance that they provided Jim during his stay. Also, Hospice was wonderful in making his last days and hours as comfortable as possible. They also provided strong guidance to help both his relatives and friends get through a very sad and trying situation.
Sandy Rockafellow left a message on April 21, 2016:
So sorry to hear this Judy. It's so tough losing those we love dearly. I remember when he had his boat docked beside ours at Mentor Lagoons. Jim and I shared many a weekend campfire with him.
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