Dean Maurice Corcoran

CorcoranDeanObitDean Maurice Corcoran passed away May 5, 2017 at Utah Valley Hospital after a valiant fight with Lung Cancer. He was born in Miles City, Montana to William Henry & Mary Rosella Askern Corcoran on December 20, 1941. He married his wife of 53 years Carol Jean Farley on March 27, 1964 in Mt Pleasant, UT. Dean & Dan a twin were raised in Mt Pleasant by a sister after the passing of their parents. He graduated from North Sanpete High School where he excelled in football. Dean and Carol Jean lived in Salt Lake for a short time then moved to Las Vegas where they lived for 35 years. While living in Vegas Dean worked as a meat cutter and a carpenter. Dean was a very accomplished person. There was nothing he would not do nor build including a cabin at Swains Creek, UT. His cabin was his life. He loved his garden. He was known for his hanging squash. Dean and his wife were Snowbirds and loved to fish. He was known as “Catfish” in our RV Park. Dean is survived by his wife Carol Jean Corcoran; daughter, Kimberly Mazon; 2 grandsons, Gage Dean & Cody; sister, Betty Volz. Preceded in death by his parents, his son, James Dean Corcoran; siblings, Lola Anderson, Michael Bell, Junior Bell, Pete Bell and twin brother, Dan Marvin Corcoran. Funeral services will be held Tuesday May 9, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at Rasmussen Mortuary (96 N 100 W) in Mount Pleasant, UT. Friends may visit Tuesday from 10:00-11:00 prior to services. Interment in the Mount Pleasant City Cemetery. Online condolence at www.rasmussenmortuary.com

8 Responses to “Dean Maurice Corcoran”

  1. Jerry snd Kathy Lynch says:

    Our lives are better for having known Dean. He taught us and our children each something. His competitive sense of humor was contagious. He will be greatly missed by our family.

  2. Ryan&Lorie says:

    Carol Jean,

    So sorry to hear about Dean. He was a very neat man. He would do anything for anyone. He was a very good neighbor and a good example to us and our children. We will miss him working in his garden. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Lynda says:

    Dean is a man of few words but his actions speak volumes. Love to you Carol Jean and Kim.

  4. Jim Berlin says:

    Carol-
    Thank you for telling Danny and me about Dean’s passing. It will never go away but will get a little easier as time goes by. You two always brightened up everyone’s day when they saw you. I will miss my visits with Dean but still look forward to visits with you.
    Berlin

  5. Peter and Kathy says:

    Dear Carol,
    We have always enjoyed our visits with you and Dean. we know you have both been through a lot this past year. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Thank you for all your friendship and support you have given us. Peter and Kathy Hafen

  6. So sorry Carol. Our love to you and your daughter. Wish we could be to the service, But know our thoughts are with you.

  7. RICHARD LAMB says:

    Dear Carol,
    So sorry for your loss. Dean was your companion for over half your life. I know he will be really missed. I appreciate your emails and notes; and the fact that you have lived so close (Golden Shores) to me made me feel like we were neighbors.
    Take care. If there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to ask.
    Wish I could be to the service, but know my thoughts are with you.
    Richard

  8. Dean was such an innovator and could build anything from scratch and it turned out wonderful..he was a fun person and we always enjoyed going to the cabin and working on both of our cabins..Thats how we came to the mountain, thru Carol and Dean and working at Safeway for many years also..He will be missed greatly but he is free of pain and loved by all….

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