Edward Nathan Koppelman Cornillon

Edward Nathan Koppelman Cornillon

Edward Nathan Koppelman Cornillon (known as Nathan), born in Boston, November 1, 1968, grew up in University City from 1st grade through marriage in 1995. He passed away at home in San Diego, Ca. December 10th, 2016 after a six month battle with kidney cancer. He is survived by his wife, Ellen Reid Cornillon, and two children, Jasmine and Sarah, his mother, Susan Huddis Koppelman, step-father, Dennis Mills, father, John Cornillon, and step-mother, Shirley Cornillon. His discovery of computers @1980 led him to his life’s work as everything from a coder to a program manager beginning at fifteen until his death. In the late ’80s he founded and ran a BBS called Pinball Palace. He designed and managed the website for The Urge in their early days. In 1997 Nathan and Ellen moved to Redmond, Wa where they started their family and he joined Microsoft as a member of the teams that created Microsof t Money and Microsoft Windows. They moved back to St. Louis in 2005 and he joined Equifax in 2011 and worked with them until his death.Always dear to him were friends from the Parkview neighborhood, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Delmar Harvard, Brittany, and U. City High School, the Satellite School, and Sha’are Emeth.His family invites you to join them in University City, at Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room, 12:30-4 pm, March 26th . to gather, share stories, hug each other, and celebrate the good of Nathan’s life.Donations to the ACLU in his memory are invited.

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