Corinthian Davis Tilghman, affectionately known as “Money,” departed this life on Saturday, December 11, 2021, at Levindale Health Center. He was 74 years old.\n \n\n He was born in Cambridge, Maryland on January 13, 1947, to the late Oscar and Beulah Tilghman.\n \n\n Corinthian was educated in the Dorchester County Public School System. Upon graduation, he held various jobs with the City of Cambridge, R.J. Reynolds, Coldwater Seafood, Bumble Bee Seafood and Valley Protein, which he retired from. He was a member of Greater Mount Olive Full Gospel Baptist Church in Cambridge, MD.\n \n\n To know him was to love him, he always kept family and anyone he came in contact with laughing. Corinthian was a very reliable person; you could call him anytime, day or night, and he would be there to help! He would take you wherever you needed, ensure your safe return, and he wouldn't leave until he was sure you were in safely, all without complaining.\n \n\n He was preceded in death by his 4 sisters, Myrtle, Aries, Lillian and Helen; 4 brothers, Oscar, Jerome, Issac and Morgan; a special nephew, Derrick Brooks and a life long companion, Gladys I. Fletcher whom he loved dearly.\n \n\n He is survived by a brother, Johnny Tilghman (Christi); 4 step children, Louise Fletcher McCoy, Don Fletcher (Wanda), Phillip Fletcher and Nathaniel Fletcher; children-in- love, Eric Kane (Tonya), Edwin Kane (Angie), Phyllis Rodrigues and Lynell Kane, whom he took on as children of his own; 11 grandchildren, Antonio McCoy, Price McCoy, Jr., Lamar McCoy, Tyneka McCoy Spicer (Gary), Lewis Fletcher, Shyra Fletcher, DaJuane McGee, Mykeria Fletcher, Shakeria Fletcher, Nikita Fletcher and Malika Fletcher; 32 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great-grandchildren; a special friend, Nettie Kane Jackson, whom he would call for hot meals and cookies, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.