Obituary Death Record Clipping from Indianapolis Times, Tue, Apr 9, 1935.

Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis Times, April 9, 1935

'(fti- 5551JOHN CORRIGAN,BEX-POLICEMAN,DIES AT HOMERetired Officer. 75. Served38 Years on City'sForce.By UnitCHI Rober Bob beand cJohn Corrigan, who served 38 years in the Indianapolis Police Department. died last night of heaft disease at his home. 3846 Carrollton-»v. He was 75.Funeral arrangements have not been completed, pending arrival of a daughter. Miss Mary Corrigan,Surviving beride the widow and daughter are two sons; Vincent Corrigan. 408 N. Tacoma-av, and Vernon Corrigan. 840 N. Grant-av, and three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Breen. 3846 mulle:Carrollton-av. and Miss Clara Cor- heroirrigan and Miss Mary Corrigan of As :Denver. Colo. IMr. Corrigan was appointed to the stepp?police force in 1887 and retired from jewelractive service in 1924. He served as slamnpatrolman, sergeant, desk sergeant, lieutenant, humane officer, investigator for the Board of Children’s Guardians, lieutenant and captain.Since his retirement from active service he has been agent and collector for the Police and Firemen’s Insurance Co. He appeared at headquarters on pay day. twice a month,to collect the pension and insurancepayments.“John Corrigan was one of the most conscientious men I ever knew.” said Inspector John Mullin, himself one of the oldest men in service in the department.“He was loved and respected by all who knew him.”Members of the Police Department plan to attend the funeral in a body. * :As tt dow v, the o] fuge ISheFire 1126 Eui 1711 NO] 1308 W. 37 S J Fletcher2008 N.208 N. ?vrMarriaRob*r1