William Michael Corr

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On Sunday, August 30, 2009, William Michael Corr, Lt. Col. USA (Ret.) of Great Falls, Virginia passed away at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Loving husband of Connie Corr & devoted father of Christine Corr; son of Dorothy W. Corr & the late Joseph J. Corr. He is also survived by a host of other family & friends.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Dear Connie and Christine, Our hearts are broken!! Bill has always been very special. We have so many wonderful memories of him through the years — especially the times he spent with us when his parents were in Pakistan. Just want you to know how much the two of you mean to us and pray that God will watch over you at this very difficult time.

  2. To the family, Bill will be missed by all. Bobby and Judy told me that they stopped by after picking up Lorie and how good it was seeing you and Bill. It only seems like yesterday that we were all youngsters and growing up. God bless your family.

  3. Connie and family, We were sadden to hear of Bill’s passing and wanted to express to you our sincere sympathy. Both of us always enjoy our visits at the Old Brouge with you two. I know words do little to lighten the grief you feel, but please find a measure of consolation in the realization that Bill lived a life enriched by friendship and respect of all who knew him. We hope that time will bring a cherished memory in place of the present sorrow. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. It is not possible to put in this small space all there is to say about Bill. I guess I met him when our offices were nearby, about 2002. I learned at that time that Bill was a great listener & a fabulous conversationalist. We could talk for hours, but didn’t. We were on government time! I wish I had made him my official mentor. As it was, he gave me gentle guidance in unassuming ways. Suffice it to say, I’ll miss him. It’s somewhat comforting to know that he & his Dad are catching up. Bill will always be a Soldier’s Soldier & a gentleman to me. Thanks for sharing him with all of us. I’ll keep you in my thoughts & prayers.

  5. Connie and Christine: Bill was a great friend and 1967 classmate at The Citadel. We had some great times together in Golf Company and I look forward to sharing those with you sometime. I am so thankful that Bill and I were able to be in touch over the last few months of his life. The courage he showed in his battle against cancer and the positive attitude he continued to display up until the end will always be an inspiration to me. God Bless.

  6. I sxtend my deepest regrets at the loss of my friend and classmate Bill Corr. Over the years, I have run into Bill at some very intersesting times and places. I will miss him. Bob Fowler

  7. Connie, We are deeply sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. As you know from serving in Japan together we share many memories and interesting times. I am sure, for you, the birth of Christine was one of the highlites. The STCFO family was a good team and it was an honor to serve with him. He certainly helped me recently through my own battle with cancer. I shall see you in November at Arlington. Our prayers are with you. God Bless you. Nick and Gail Ciccarello

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