Edward A. Corr
1961 ∼ 2019
Michelle Smith wrote:
So sorry to you all may thoughts and memories of him and jo-Ann sustain you in this time of deep sorrow
Lisa Gilman of Irvine,CA wrote:
I lived in Brockton in Ford St. across the street from the Corrs and knew Jo-Anne. I am so sorry to read about this tragic accident. Condolences from myself and my Husband Jay, who knew Jo-Anne as well. Regards, Lisa Gilman (nee Lisa McCauley)
Sandra Roth of Fitchburg, MA wrote:
Only outshined by JoAnn in wit. I knew him so long that I forgot he wasn’t born into the family. I’ll never forget when they visited me in the hospital after a surgery and he kept making me laugh!!!!
Wendy Godin Hamm & Todd Hamm of Leominister, MA wrote:
There are no words to adequately express the loss that your family must be feeling. Blessings from my family to yours.
Denise Godin of Gardner, MA wrote:
I cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. My condolences to your family.
Cynthia Olson Mattison of West Greenwich, RI wrote:
My heart is so heavy. Deepest condolences. I shall miss my friend.
Susan Randall of Middleboro wrote:
Words are not enough to express my deep, deep sorrow at your lose. I hope with time that the memories you have of your dad will bring comfort to you.
Jim of North Brookfield MA wrote:
So very sorry for your tragic loss.
Tina Bishop of Pembroke,Ma wrote:
I worked with Ed for a while and he was a great guy. He loved his motorcycle. He always talked about it if he wasnt riding it. He also would show me pictures of his handy work. Great guy and lots of laughs. I’m so sorry for the families loss
Donald Watson of Louisburg, NC wrote:
I did not know either Edward or Jo-Ann but I am a United State Army Veteran and I am so very sorry for your tragic loss.
Cheryl Holmes of Taunton wrote:
Our paths crisscrossed over the years, from high school prom to catching up years later at same church, and having our children in youth group together...good memories Eddie..RIP
Cynthia Scott of East Bridgewater wrote:
Rest In Peace Ed , We will miss you and all that you do . Mike Allen & Cindy Scott S.S.V.A.
Al & Paula Giannini of Lakeville wrote:
My husband and I did not know the Corrs personally but shared a love of the motorcycle life. My only thought was at least they are together now as they were in life. May the angels watch over their children, family and friends now and forever. Rest in everlasting peace
Douglas L Chadwick of Duxbury wrote:
My sincere condolences to the family of Ed and Joanne. I worked with Ed first as a customer of mine with Cornwell Tools ,then as a fellow dealer. I always liked Ed he was a good guy, and I will miss him,as well and his wife Joanne. They were both terrific people. My heart goes out to you. Doug Chadwick.
Paul/Joanne Uvanitte of Lakeville Ma wrote:
There are no words to adequately express the loss that your family must be feeling. As a member of Twin Coach Association I know your parents had a considerable impact on our community and will be sorely missed. They will be remembered.
Lisa Lemasa of Marshfield MA wrote:
I lived on Lyman St on one side of the Sprague school and Eddie, Gail and family lived on Pine St on the other side of the Sprague school in Brockton long before urban renewal took our parents houses for development. My brother, Mike, sister, Carrie and I spent a lot of time running between houses, laughing and playing together as kids. We went camping with the Corrs a couple of summers too and had a blast! I remember it like it was yesterday. A simpler time in life. Eddie always had a smile on his face, a sheepish grin and was a great friend to all of us. We went to different schools and we would get home before he and Gail. We would sit on the rocks at the top of Lyman St and wait for them to get home to play. The years passed, we all grew and went separate ways, but my family never forgot him and his family and the memories we shared. We are saddened by this tragic loss and send our condolences, love and prayers for Eddie and Jo-ann.The families and all who knew them. May they rest in peace together, with the loving father our Lord and savior. <3