Corcoran Rites Slaied Friday Philip Edward Corcoran, 42, local manager for the Seymour Benr- '»* Co cli * d tnls m , or " ln ° . at , ™f 1 " Highland General Hospital fol lowln » a bnef lllness Mr. Corcoran, born Nov. 6, Tfllfi. in Pampa Connecticutt, lived .---, ftt whjch | moved to Amarillo, but rolurnod j during 1952 at which time he had 'and two rick, of to his residence here, 1414 E, i Browning, two years ago. He was ia veteran of World War II and served in the Marine Corps, Survivors include his wife, Nell sons, Michael and Pat- the home address; his ! mother, Mrs. Mary Oahringer ofi Forest Hills, N. Y.; two half broth-' ers, John C. and William A. Dahringer, also of Forest Hills; and a half-sister, Mrs. Sally Winters of Arlington, Va. Funeral services will be conduct- ted at 2 p.m. Friday in Duenkel- Carmichael Chapel with the Rev. Kdward J, Cashman of Holy Souls j Catholic Church officiating, [ Burial will be In Fairview Cem- etery.