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Donald Ray Corigan Jr.

Donald Ray Corigan Jr.

April 9, 1965 - May 11, 2019

Donald "Donny" Ray Corigan Jr. of Lancaster, Texas was an outgoing man who loved spending his time with family and friends. He enjoyed the beach in Corpus Christi, fishing, bowling, playing billiards and was known to win in tournaments. He spent most of his life as a wood flooring carpenter until his health started to affect him. Even though faced with battling diabetes he still pressed forward and made the best of things. Always laughing, making jokes and usually with a smile on his face. The simplest gesture would make him so happy. <br /> <br /> Though Donny was a high spirited soul, his body was overtaken by diabetes that caused him to lose his eyesight, then later his legs. Later, it led to kidney disease and finally caused cardiac arrest, which ultimately took his life on May 11, 2019. His family finds closure knowing he is no longer in pain. <br /> <br /> He is preceded in death by his father, Donald Ray Corigan Sr; a host of aunts, uncles and cousins. He is survived by his mother, Sara Nichols; his sister, Kimmie Aguilar & nephew, Christopher; his sister, Christie Fitzgerald & her husband, Robin Fitzgerald; niece, Katelyn; great nephew, Grayson; niece, Kristin & nephew, Matthew; his daughter, Lauren Corigan & her husband, Tomas Torres; two grandchildren, Arihanna & Autumn Torres; his son, Joshua Corigan & son, Justin Corigan; a multitude of aunts, uncles & cousins; and he leaves behind his loving kitty "Baby Girl" to his sister, Kimmie to care for. <br /> <br /> A Memorial Service in loving memory of Donny will be held at a family member's residence.

Services by
West-Hurtt Funeral Home

217 S Hampton Rd, DeSoto, TX

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