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Kathleen Annette CORRICELLI
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May 18, 2018
Kathleen Annette Corricelli was brought into this world October 1st 1954 in San Diego. Raised by Joann Bailey and Jim Larson, and grew up in Riverside. There she attended Arlanza Elementary, Wells Middle and completed High School at Ramona High. She then after met her husband LaRoy Corricelli of 43 years in 1972. Followed by the birth of her first and only daughter DeAnna Gimby in 1975. In 1987 she returned to her schooling to become a respiratory therapist. Where she then worked for Doctor Lu in Hemet for 16 years. As of July of 1997 Kathleen’s first grandson Jacob was born. Followed by her second, Hanah in 2000. And Her youngest Elijah in 2003. In 2004 she moved to Oregon. Soon after in 2009 she was hired as a sales clerk in a Eugene OR Macy’s retail store where she spent the last 14 years of her life. Making everyone else’s days brighter with every day to come with her permanent smile and huge caring heart. Kathleen was, as some would describe her; a light hearted, easy going, daydreaming and all around happy woman loved by many. She always returned the affection by loving not only her friends and family, but her much loved grandkids and the famous dogs, Malachi and Lucy that she loved more than anything in the world. One of her most beloved pass times was to create. She handcrafted jewelry and quilts, and turned others trash into her own little treasures. Though sometimes she may have spoiled herself here and there. A large majority of her life was based around giving and uplifting everybody. May it just have been a smile or a non-urged gift. She always made others happy.
March 9, 2018
Dad, Deanna, Jeff, Jacob, Hanah & Elijah,
So many hearts are hurting today thinking of our loved one lost. I pray God will help each and everyone of us to find a way to keep sweet memories alive. To heal our broken hearts and keep them open to face another day because life will move on and the sun will shine again. May time heal our sorrow but the memories keep us smiling.
With all our love near or far,
Don (son-in-law) Gina Maria (the wicked step-daughter)
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