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Geoff Corrigan Death – Geoff Corrigan, the Former Assistant Coach of Men’s Gymnastics at the University of Michigan has died. He was announced dead on the 6th of December 2023. Geoffrey Geoff Corrigan died at the age of 41. He was the Former Professional Athlete at the U.S. Olympic Training Center. Geoff Corrigan’s impact on the gymnastics community and beyond will be deeply missed.

Geoffrey was born on November 25, 1982, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Geoffrey had a close relationship with his late grandmother, Margie “Gran” Corrigan, and formed enduring childhood friendships with Russell, Beau, Rocky, and Ben.

A graduate of the University of Michigan in 2005, he excelled in gymnastics, earning All-American status on the parallel bars and captaining the team in 2004-05.

After training under Vitaly Marinich at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, he achieved seventh place in the all-around at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships and secured a spot on the U.S. Senior National Team. In 2008, he served as the athlete ambassador at the Olympic Training Center.

Geoffrey took immense pride in his 11-season tenure as an Assistant Coach for the University of Michigan’s Men’s Gymnastics Team. His competitive nature, humor, and charm endeared him to many, earning him the role of mentor and friend. Geoff played a pivotal role in the team’s success, contributing to back-to-back NCAA and Big Ten Championships.

He was honored with the 2013-14 CGA Regional Assistant Coach of the Year award. Beyond coaching, Geoff participated in various international gymnastics events, coaching Syque Caesar in the World Championships and the Commonwealth Games.

He also served as the head coach for Syque and the Bengali National Team at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. In recent years, Geoff transitioned to a career in 3D manufacturing as an account manager for Proto3000, where he brought humor and camaraderie to his team and colleagues.

Geoffrey is survived by his children, William Corrigan (7) and Evelyn Corrigan (4) whom he deeply loved. His mother Kim Matheny, his brother Brandon Matheny, and his sister Brooke Matheny of Colorado Springs, CO.

He is also survived by his ex-wife, Rachel Corrigan, who despite their divided paths remained a supportive part of his life. His enduring relationships mirrored his captivating personality, showcasing the strength of his character, and the depth of his commitment to those he loved.

A Celebration of Life for Geoffrey Corrigan will be held on January 21, 2024, at 10:00 AM at U of M – Sports Coliseum where Geoff spent many hours practicing and coaching the sport he loved.

This gathering will serve as a platform for those whose lives were touched by Geoffrey to share memories, express sympathy, and commemorate a life well lived.


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