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Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home

515 North Elm Street, Greensboro, NC

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Rachel Diane Corbin

23 mars , 19764 mai , 2019
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Greensboro - Rachel Diane Corbin passed away on May 4, 2019 after a brave battle with cancer. Her strength and compassion will continue to inspire and comfort the many people who loved her.

Rachel devoted her life and energy to caring for others. She radiated love as a daughter, wife, mother, sister, and friend. In addition to her closest relationships, she inspired and supported many in her work as a medical social worker and in her advocacy for others living with cancer. Her role as mother, especially, motivated her to embrace every experience she could share with her sons. Rachel’s life was filled with travel, exploration, learning, and always cheering on and encouraging those she loved.

Rachel is survived by her husband, Darnley Corbin, and sons Avery and Alden; her parents, Vern and Diane Oberdorff; sisters Amanda (John Adam) Reich, and Marisa Grandel; and nephews Asa Reich, JR Grandel, Hunter Grandel, and niece Cheyenne Grandel; grandfather Vernon Oberdorff, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Rachel was also a true friend who many considered a sister.

We will be gathering to honor Rachel on May 11 from 4:30-6 pm at Lake Jeanette Marina, 5026 Bass Chapel Rd. Greensboro. Like the butterflies Rachel loved, we ask that friends and family wear bright colors. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Butterfly Run (under register/sponsor link) established by Rachel’s friends (or please join us as a participant): https://butterflyrun.weebly.com/

Hanes Lineberry North Elm Chapel is serving the Corbin family. Online condolences may be made at www.haneslineberryfhnorthelm.com

  • FAMILLE

  • Darnley Corbin, Husband
  • Avery Corbin, Son
  • Alden Corbin, Son
  • Vernon Oberdorff, Father
  • Diane Seegert Oberdorff, Mother
  • Amanda (John) Reich, Sister
  • Marisa Grandel, Sister
  • Asa Reich, Nephew
  • JR Grandel, Nephew
  • Cheyenne Grandel, Niece
  • Vernon Oberdorff, Grandfather
  • And many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends samedi, 11 mai , 2019

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Cela Fortier

9 mai , 2019

I only knew Rachel from afar. I met her through our mesothelioma support group. She and I shared two cancer diagnoses in common: Hodgkin's and Mesothelioma. I felt a connection to her that I can't explain, but reading through all of her friend's posts on Facebook, I can see why I might have felt a connection even though we never met in person. She had a wonderful soul and warmth about her. My sincerest condolences to all that love her and will miss her every day. I continue to keep her memory in my heart and send love and prayers to her family and loved ones. I will see you on the other side my fellow warrior sister.

Pat and Ed Crocco

9 mai , 2019

Sending so much love to all who are grieving the loss of this beautiful, courageous lady! Rachel touched our lives in so many positive ways. She shed her chrysalis and is soaring with the angels. Although our hearts continue to weep, the spirit of Rachel is with us forever in our memories, compassion, humor and resilience. God bless and keep her husband, sons, parents and family and friends who are feeling so broken by her loss.

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Biographie

Greensboro - Rachel Diane Corbin passed away on May 4, 2019 after a brave battle with cancer. Her strength and compassion will continue to inspire and comfort the many people who loved her.

Rachel devoted her life and energy to caring for others. She radiated love as a daughter, wife, mother, sister, and friend. In addition to her closest relationships, she inspired and supported many in her work as a medical social worker and in her advocacy for others living with cancer. Her role as mother, especially, motivated her to embrace every experience she could share with her sons. Rachel’s life was filled with travel, exploration, learning, and always cheering on and encouraging those she loved.

Rachel is survived by her husband, Darnley Corbin, and sons Avery and Alden; her parents, Vern and Diane Oberdorff; sisters Amanda (John Adam) Reich, and Marisa Grandel; and nephews Asa Reich, JR Grandel, Hunter Grandel, and niece Cheyenne Grandel; grandfather Vernon Oberdorff, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Rachel was also a true friend who many considered a sister.

We will be gathering to honor Rachel on May 11 from 4:30-6 pm at Lake Jeanette Marina, 5026 Bass Chapel Rd. Greensboro. Like the butterflies Rachel loved, we ask that friends and family wear bright colors. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Butterfly Run (under register/sponsor link) established by Rachel’s friends (or please join us as a participant): https://butterflyrun.weebly.com/

Hanes Lineberry North Elm Chapel is serving the Corbin family. Online condolences may be made at www.haneslineberryfhnorthelm.com