Mr. Corriea was a Marine wounded on Okinawa. He entered the service in March 1944, training first at Parris Island, South Carolina, then at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. He was the son of Manuel and Beatrice Corriea and had five brothers and sisters.
The scallop dragger William Landry was smashed to pieces by pounding seas near the Pollock Rip lightship in Nantucket Sound. Captain Arne Hansen and his crew had been struggling in high seas for several hours, with the pumps out of operation. They remained in contact with the Coast Guard. The ship's running lights had become visible to the lightship crew, but it suddenly vanished and radio calls went unanswered. The wreckage was later washed up on Wauwinget Beach near Great Point, but the bodies of the crew members were never found.