James “Wolf” Corrao died at dusk on March 16th when his motorcycle was struck by a 1999 Dodge pickup truck at the corner of Tropicana Avenue and Titanium Avenue in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Carrao’s wife Debbie was following her husband on another motorcycle and was injured when she had to put her bike down on the low side to avoid the truck
The pickup was being driven by Carlow Henriquez, 52, of Las Vegas. Henriquez fled the scene of the accident and was apprehended a block away after he crashed into a fence. Henriquez was arrested for felony drunk driving, felony hit and run, unsafe lane change and driving with an open container of an alcoholic beverage.
Both James and Debbie Corrao were transported to Sunrise Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Very Well Respected
James “Wolf” Corrao was a long-time and enormously respected member of the Soldiers for Jesus Motorcycle Club. Before he found the Lord, Wolf Corrao had been a member in good standing of another major motorcycle club. His funeral last Saturday was attended by 600 mourners. And, the respect with which he was regarded is evidenced by the reported attendance of members of the Vagos Motorcycle Club, the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and the Bandidos Motorcycle Club.
He was born in Cleveland, Ohio and moved to Las Vegas in 1982.
He is survived by his widow; his daughters Angie and Jamie; his sons Jesse James and William Cody; six grandchildren; three sisters; four brothers; his brother Soldiers for Jesus; and many hundreds of brothers in the wind.
James Alan “Wolf” Corrao was 53-years-old. He died with his boots on.
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