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Lowell "Randy" Corbin

July 3, 1951 ~ July 9, 2021 (age 70)

Obituary

When Lowell “Randy” Corbin received the news that he was facing an unwinnable battle with Cancer, he handled it like any of the other challenges he faced in life, with a quick-witted joke and his signature smile. Randy was a cowboy at heart whose favorite pastimes were fishing and watching his westerns. He had a penchant for storytelling unlike any other. He could always be overheard telling stories, full of colorful details (mostly true) about his family and many life adventures. His memory and ability to recall events was remarkable.

He spent his final hours surrounded by his loving family before passing away on July 9th, 2021, at his home in Wellsville.

Randy was born to Ruby and Walter Corbin on July 3rd, 1951 in East Liverpool, OH.  

Randy was a loving husband, father, brother, and friend.  He is survived by his loving wife Patricia (Pisarsky) Corbin who he married January 5, 1974; mother Ruby Jenkins and Thomas Jones; sister Melissa (David) Schell; brothers Richard (Diane) Corbin, and Jeff Corbin; step brother Tom (Karen) Jones; many nieces and nephews; devoted sister-in-law Marsha (Pisarsky) Locke; special children “daughter” Amanda (Locke) and Andrew Wortman and grandchildren Indie, Cash, Sage,  Mackenzie, Dylan, Logan, and Emmeric;  “son” Jonathan and Lara Locke and grandchildren  Jaden, Montgomery, and Alexis; plus his faithful Boston’s Brooklyn and Bonnee Blue. He was preceded in death by his father, Walter W. Corbin, mother-in-law Wanda Pisarsky (Nanny), and brother-in-law Wayne Locke.

You have ridden off into the sunset, but this is not goodbye. We love you, and will miss you greatly, but find peace in knowing that you have been reunited with your beloved family members and cherished puppies. We know that your passing does not mean that your story is over, it has just given you yet another tale to share with your loved ones in Heaven.  

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