Colligan George H.

November 25, 2005

On November 22, 2005, GEORGE HARRINGTON COLLIGAN, founder of the Columbia Corinthian Sailing Association passed away suddenly, Mr. Colligan was co-founder of the Tartan 34 C Association and a Board Member of the Sparkman & Stephens Association. Mr. Colligan helped found the National Health Service Corp. and wrote the first nursing home Ombudsman Program Bill of Rights for nursing home patients. He also was a brownie troop leader in Columbia, MD. He was contributing Editor to several boating magazines. He was educated by the Jesuits and was a critical and creative thinker. Throughout his career he was an analyst with GAO, a consultant to HEW, a sail maker and owned two marinas. He Co-Founded The National Hospice Sailing Regatta and the Constellation Cup Regatta. In New York State he was a partner in a Therapy and Consultation Practice. For 30 years he has been dedicate to peace, civil rights and social justice. Mr. Colligan was formerly married to Judith Carter of Columbia, MD, and has two children, George H. Colligan IV of New York and Dana Colligan of Long Beach, CA. He is currently married to Susan Jackson-Brown of Baltimore, MD and was a loving parent to Susan Alia Brown of Rochester, NY. Mr. Colligan will be missed by his family, his friends, the Caton Community and the Charity Sailing Community. The family will receive friends at the Anchorage Marina Lounge, 2501 Boston St., Baltimore, MD 21224 on Saturday from 2 to 4 P.M. Contributions may be made to the Johns Hopkins Breast Center, 601 N. Caroline St., Baltimore, MD 21287 or at www. MOVEON.org. Arrangements by Leonard J. Ruck, Inc.

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