March 13, 2004
On Tuesday, March 9, 2004, E. CORINNE ROBERTS, age 72, of St. Petersburg, FL, died at Northside Hospital and Heart Institute. She moved here in 1995 from her native Baltimore, MD, where she was a former Shipping clerk for Lawson Mardon Label and a member of Cristus Victor Lutheran Church. Survivors include two daughters, Andrea Zahirsky and Dayna Hitch, both of Baltimore, MD, two sons Wayne Ammer of Baltimore, MD and Kevin Ammer of St. Petersburg, FL; three sisters, Barbara Payne and Carole Yingling, both of Baltimore, MD and Janet Haley of St. Petersburg, FL, brother Donald Trueman of Baltimore, MD; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; she is predeceased by her husband Frederick Roberts and son Stephen Ammer Singleton.
November 22, 2006
On November 15, 2006, CORINNE A. STERLING of Bel Air, MD; beloved wife of the late Phillip A Sterling; devoted mother of Mary Ellen Herrman and husband Nelson and Lisa Glorioso; loving sister of John A. Clarke and Joan C. Yeatman. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. A Memorial service will be held at Union Chapel United Methodist Church, Joppa, MD on Saturday, November 25, 2006 at 11 A.M. Friends may call at the church from 10 to 11 A.M. prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Empty Stocking Fund, c/o The Aegis, 10 S. Hayes Street, Bel Air, MD 21014.
March 9, 2004
It was the weekend he planned to ask her to marry him. They were going to spend time together with their parents, and, when he got his chance, Andrew Roccella hoped to take Corinne Schillings' father aside and ask for his daughter's hand. Then, when the time was right, Andrew would ask Corinne, a native of Homewood, Ill., a question she wanted to say yes to, that she talked about with her friends at work all the time. "This is a tragic love story," said her aunt, Gayle Krek. "What Corinne didn't know was he had just purchased a diamond ring."
April 4, 2013
At Bikal, after last week's Tribal Council, Michael is glad that he survived. Corinne gloats about getting to keep "her gay" which is gone beyond annoying and getting downright offensive. Phillip takes Corinne and Dawn aside and tells them about how he 'threw' the challenge so they had to go to Tribal Council. They believe it as much as Cochran did last week, which is to say, not at all. Dawn is anxious about the upcoming merge, since this is when her game fell apart last time.
January 15, 2006
On January 10, 2006, PATRICIA CORINNE JENSEN, loving mother of Lori Ann Jensen and J. Jeffrey Jensen and wife Sue; sister of Margaret Reeder; grandmother of Corinne and Rachel Jensen. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to World Wildlife Fund, 1250 Twenty-fourth Str, N.W. PO Box 97180, Washington, D.C. 20090-7180. Arrangments by STERLING-ASHTON-SCHWAB-WITZKEFUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE INC.
March 28, 2013
Back at Bikal after Tribal Council, everyone agrees they liked Matt and that it sucked to have to send him home. Michael is especially bereft, as Matt was his ally from the start. Luckily for him, Corinne loves the gays, and she's willing to get rid of someone from her alliance (namely, Phillip) in order to keep him. Phillip sees them talking, and, as a federal agent (sigh) he doesn't trust Corinne and wants her gone immediately. Cochran tries to talk him down using logic and solid game strategy, but it doesn't seem to have any affect.