Services for Brian…

Will be as follow….


Viewing For Family and Friends:
Friday, March 7, 2014 from 5 pm – 9pm, at:

Mission Hills Mortuary
11160 Stranwood Ave.
Mission Hills, CA. 91345

Funeral Services:
Saturday, March 8, 2014, at 10:00 am:

Shepherd Of The Hills Church
19700 Rinaldi St.
Porter Ranch, CA 91326

Burial immediately following at:

San Fernando Mission Cemetery
11160 Stranwood Ave.
Mission Hills, CA. 91345

Gathering of family and friends immediately following.


  1. Terry Gerardo
    Feb 26, 2014

    Sending love and prayers your way dear cousin. If there is anything I can do to help please let me know.

    Terry Gerardo

  2. David and patty cruz
    Feb 27, 2014

    We are praying for you …please let us know if you need anything 8188085681

  3. Bonnie bryson
    Feb 27, 2014

    My heartfelt sympathies to your family Brian. You were one in a million. Great memories…

  4. Ed Calatayud & Family
    Feb 27, 2014

    Dear Corcoran Family,
    Our deepest sympathy and prayers are extended. Brian was my close friend and partner. We had so much in common. We shared the love of family, a passion for law enforcement and shared so many laughs. He will never be forgotten…
    God Bless
    – Ed “Cal” Calatayud

  5. Chris & Anthony Garcia
    Feb 28, 2014

    Our deepest condolence to you and your family<3 You are all in our prayers at this very sad time. I know what a wonderful strong family strength you all hold. May your wonderful memories and special times give you comfort <3 You all hold a special place in our hearts. Xoxo

  6. Barry and Christina Sills
    Mar 4, 2014

    Our Condolences to you and all of the Corcoran Family. Barry, is just shocked by the news of his passing. He was just reminiscing about their High School years, and wanted to reconnect with Brian.

    May you RIP sweet Brian.

    Barry and Christina Sills

  7. Carlos Omphroy
    Mar 7, 2014

    Where to start? First, a life well lived. Then, many memories and glimpses from our “Wonder Bread” years: playing craps at Luis and Che’s; driving Luis’s XKE to Vegas; outrunning LAPD on motorcycles by hiding in Jodi Berman’s garage; Brian’s AMF Harley-Davidson “POS” edition bike; scaring jackrabbits and coyotes with small arms fire in the Mojave; world record speed runs on Malibu Canyon in the Flying Falcon (10 miles in 6:20); drinking yards of Watney’s Ale with QANTAS pilots at the Schooner in Waikiki (and thanking Jesus that we didn’t have to fly with them the next day); eating and drinking to immobility at Auntie Luisa’s luau in Waimanalo; all night poker games; water balloon fights at Oxy; meeting Yvonne’s parents in Eagle Rock; watching a UFO in Brian’s Fiat 850 from Mulholland Drive (not from Vandenberg!); his always winning the “Movie Game” with Zasu Pitts or A. Pismo Clam; and on and on and on. Despite all the fooling about, Brian always knew about right and wrong, and justice and injustice. He was destined to be a lawman.
    It was only after I’d seen Brian and Yvonne together a few years ago, that I realized that he had also gained wisdom and grace; Yvonne and the kids helped complete him, made him a whole person.
    He had a full life, but it was cut way too short. One of the good guys has fallen, a knight is down, and even the bad guys weep. You’ll leave a big hole in our hearts, but it was sure great while it lasted. Aloha, bruddah, you will be sorely missed. Love, Carlos


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