James Corrigan Obituary, Death – As soon as I found out that my close friend and joint partner at the firehouse, Lieutenant James Corrigan E-291, who had previously worked as an E38/L51, had passed away, I was put in a position where I felt an overwhelming amount of sadness. I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in a position where I was put in I am currently in a state of shock as a direct result of what just took place, so I will keep this brief.
It is pretty unusual to find him without a smile on his face, and all things considered, he is just a truly remarkable human being. He is quite rare to be found without a smile on his face. It is highly improbable that you will discover him in a state in which he is not wearing a smile on his face. [The chain of occurrences that resulted in this situation] It is almost impossible to find a picture of him in which he is not beaming broadly from ear to ear with a broad smile pasted across his face. After you have gone, everyone who knew you will think of you favorably in every possible way, and their lives will be poorer because they will no longer have the benefit of your presence. Jimm.
After some time had passed, the official list of Captains was made available to the public, and at that point, we were all aware that your place on the list, which is number 75, is highly respectable because you have been in that position for a long time. The fact that you have been in that position for so long makes your position on the list number 75 highly respectable. Because you have held that place for such a significant amount of time, the fact that you are currently ranked number 75 on the list is a very impressive accomplishment. RIP Capt Jim