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from  1955-1957, 643X, United States Naval Academy Band  album
December 6, 1965. The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa (AP) -- Lt. Comdr. Max E. Corrick, 46, Leader of the U.S. Navy band at he U.S. Naval Academy, died at his home Monday. Corrick became associated with the band in 1954 after nine years as an instructor at the Naval School of Music in Washington. He was named leader of the Naval Academy Band in 1957. A native of Boone, Iowa, he graduated from Boone Junior College and completed both the basic and advanced courses in the Naval School of Music. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and three sons; his mother, Mrs. Inez Corrick of Boone; a sister, Mrs. Walter Bennert of Boone; and four irothers, the Rev. Donald R. Corrick of Des Moines, James Corrick of Washington, B.C., Richard Corrick of Reland Park, Calif., and Dan Corrick of Minneapolis. Services will be here Thursday. Corrick was graduated from Boone High School in 1936 and entered the Navy at the age of 19.
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