Condolence: Uncle Corry was my mother's sister's husband. Along with my father, he was the greatest man I have ever known. Uncle Corry possessed too many positive character traits to list. Every memory of Uncle Corry is a good one. Most of all, he was kind, thoughtful and non-judgmental. Uncle Corry's selflessness lifted everyone around him.
Different avenues of life have caused me to drift away from Aunt Mickie and Uncle Corry for the past thirty years. But I am sure before he passed he would have looked me straight in the eye and said, "You did a good job raising your two sons, Timothy and Cory," I am a better person for knowing him.
Condolence: I was an employee of Quabbin Regional School District for about 21 years, retired in the nineties. Corridon Trask was superintendent at the time. I remember him as a first class educator and administrator, always on the cutting edge of education, and a inspiration to me. In the nealy 40 years was in education, he was the best boss I ever had - combining the qualities I would hope to find in ALL education leaders.
Condolence: I am so sorry to learn of his death. I am not able to attend the Memorial Service so I am leaving this message. He was a courteous and kind person and an excellent superintendent.
I was school librarian at Quabbin from 1968-1970. ( My last name then was Beam.)
My position, along with others, was cut due to budget issues. If the family or my former students wish to contact me, my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org and our home phone is 508-757-2881, after 10 AM and till 12 M.