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Corey Markle
In Memory of
Corey E.
Markle
1974 - 2020
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Condolence From: Scott E. Markle
Condolence: My sincere condolences to Lynn, Gloria, and the entire family. My memory of Corey will always be when he played volleyball with so much energy and enthusiasm at the annual Markle Family get-together at Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Earl's home. Once again, my deepest sympathy. Scott Markle, Duluth, Minnesota.
Monday February 03, 2020
Condolence From: Rev Curtis and Pam Whitman
Condolence: Our prayers and love are with Lyn, Gloria, Brent and their family. Corey was such a joy to know and be with. We had 18 wonderful years knowing Corey and watching him grow into a wonderful young man. I enjoyed everything with Corey: volleyball, confirmation, youth group, special olympics, and worship. My greatest joy was seeing the look of pride on his face when he started working at Wal Mart. God’s blessings and love be with all of you. He will be a great addition to God’s kingdom and the best angel in heaven.
Wednesday January 29, 2020
Condolence From: Sandra Oberdick
Condolence: So sorry you have my thoughts and prayers with all my love dear friends
Wednesday January 29, 2020
Condolence From: Scott Johnson
Condolence: Corey was a great athlete.
He did not talk very much.
He was my friend.
He made Special Olympics proud.
He always followed the rules.
He practiced and competed with me for years.
I miss him.
Scott Johnson

Wednesday January 29, 2020
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