Corey  Corson
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Levant - LEVANT - Corey Corson passed away February 13, 2020 after a long, hard fought battle with pancreatic cancer, surrounded by his loving family and friends. He was born November 9, 1978,
in Bangor, ME, the son of Mike Corson and Shirley (Alexander) Corson.
Corey graduated from Hermon High School in 1997 and immediately went to work at UPS where he had a wonderful career of 23 years. He was an avid sportsman. Corey enjoyed hunting, fishing and everything outdoors. He also loved his Harley's and his newest obsession, a 1969 C10 pickup.
Corey will be best remembered for how devoted he was to his wife and twin boys. Nothing was more important to him.
Corey is survived by his wife of 17 years, Jessica (Ross) Corson; his 10 year old sons Ryan and Tyler; parents, Mike and Shirley Corson of Glenburn; brother, Michael White and wife, Jennifer of Kenduskeag; sister, Bonnie Burris and husband, Robert of Fort Mill, SC; sister, Sue White and Ed Turner of Carmel; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. He is also survived by close friends, Greg Kealiher of Levant, Al Riling of Levant, Troy Grass of Eddington; in-laws, Bill and Susan Ross of Kenduskeag, and brother in-law, Jamie Wiles and wife, Jennifer of Levant.
The family would like to extend their heart felt appreciation to the nursing staff at Cancer Care of Maine and to the Palliative Support Team of Northern Light Health. Thank you for taking such
wonderful care of him over the past year.
A Celebration of Life will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday, February 16, 2020, at the Brewer Chapel of Brookings-Smith, 55 South Main Street, Brewer, with Rev. Stan Griffin, pastor of the Cornerstone
Baptist Church of Exeter, officiating. Reception immediately to follow at the Elks Lodge, 108 Odlin Road, Bangor. Gifts in Corey's memory may be made to the Bangor Humane Society, 693 Mt. Hope Avenue, Bangor, ME 04401. Condolences to the family may be expressed at
BrookingsSmith.com.
Published on February 14, 2020

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Matt Bailey
Feb 15, 2020
Corey thank you for your friendship over the last 12 years! You were there when I went through my own struggles and all my milestones over the last few years! You always had an interest in my son and guided me through the questions of fatherhood! I will forever remember you when I’m in the woods and our gentleman agreement will always stand while I’ll continue to chase the Northeastern whitetail in your memory.
Al & Debbie Ripa
Feb 15, 2020
We are very sorry for your loss and our heart and thoughts are with your family.
Herb and Tina Taggart
Feb 15, 2020
So sorry for the loss of a good man. Our hearts go out to the family.
Gerard Marceau
Feb 15, 2020
My condolences to the family. Prayers for him and everyone that no longer have him in their lives He will be
missed. RIP My friend.
Love, Scott, Tricia and Brady
Feb 15, 2020
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Ewa Sitarski
Feb 15, 2020
Jess, I am very sorry for your loss. I pray for you and your boys, May God comfort you and give you peace
Roxanna Gould
Feb 14, 2020
Jessica, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending hugs and prayers to you and your family.
Tim and Cindy Newcomb
Feb 14, 2020
We are so very sorry for your families loss. Cory went to school with our children and was a great kid. I am sure he was a wonderful father and husband. He’s no longer battling any disease and he’s walking with our Lord and Savior. Our condolences and prayers for your family.
Senator Stacey Guerin
Feb 14, 2020
I’m sorry to hear of your family’s loss. I am praying for the Lord to comfort you with your precious memories.
Holly M. Page
Feb 14, 2020
To the Corson family,

I'm so sorry to learn about Corey's battle and passing. We grew up together since Kindergarten but lost touch in high school as so many of us Glenburn kids tend to. I always count him as my first "boyfriend" but I'm not sure if that's the right term when you're 6 years old. He was always kind and funny and his determination to overcome his health challenges was really inspiring to everyone in our class. I remember fondly his love of working on cars with his family and that he could talk non-stop about racing. Anyway, I hope my little memory brings you a smile, bittersweet as it may be.

I'll be keeping you in my prayers,
Holly M. Page
Cleveland Bemis
Feb 14, 2020
So sorry for your loss