Corlin Roy Kidder
January 1, 1939 – May 9, 2021
Corlin Roy Kidder age 82 of Springport passed away on Sunday, May 9, 2021 at Oaklawn Hospital in Marshall. Corlin was born January 1, 1939 in Sheridan Twp the son of Roy and Florence (Passmore) Kidder.
Corlin served our country in the US Army and was employed with Eaton Corp. He enjoyed square dancing, fishing, camping, bowling, word search puzzles, playing solitaire on his phone and enjoying a nice cold Budweiser, but most of all, he enjoyed his family, especially his grandkids. He was a member of the American Legion and also the VFW.
Corlin is preceded in death by his parents, 1st wife, Sharon Kidder, 2nd wife, Blanca Kidder, brothers, Bob Kidder, Dale Kidder and sister, Janice Kidder.
He leaves to cherish his memory 2 sons, Todd (Heather) Kidder of Battle Creek, MI, Chris (Bobbie) Kidder of Litchfield, 4 grandchildren, Jason Kidder, Derek (Savanna) Fortner, Kory (Sierra) Kidder, Amber Kidder, great-grandchildren, Jakobie, Sawyer, Kaizen, Sydney, Cyrus, Oliver and brother, Doug (Jill) Kidder.
Cremation will take place and a graveside service will be held at Albion Memory Gardens at a later date.
Memorial contributions may be made to American Legion in Albion.
Arrangements are entrusted to J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home, 811 Finley Dr. Albion. To leave online messages of condolence, please visit www.kevintiddfuneralhome.com
Friday, May 21, 2021
Corlin Roy Kidder
May 21, 2021
So sorry for Chris and Todd's loss. Some of my great memories as a kid was ridding my bike down to hang out with Chris. Playing Basketball in the drive way listening to Rock and Roll AC/DC and the Cars on Todd's turntable. LOLOL Memories with all the neighborhood kids. Craig S, Jeff S, Billy "Hoe", Terry "Beek" and whoever else was around. I remember the Mt. Dew drinks, Tacos Dinners, cutting wood and all that crazy stuff. Rest in Piece Cork.
May 19, 2021
Will miss drinking a beer or 2 with you in the barn! Rest in peace mr Kidder!!!
Ruth Ann Cross
May 11, 2021
So many fun memories of playing cards with Cork and Sherry, weekly for a long time. I smile thinking of how mad Cork would get sometimes when the cards didn’t go his way. We all just waited for the blow up to blow away. Sometimes Cork made his delicious tacos. Loved them., We went camping with them once. It was so much fun. I’m sure we planned to go again but never did.
Cork was a good guy with a great quiet laugh and a great smile.
Maybe I shouldn’t say this here, but one memory was that Jim and Cork enjoyed irritating Sherry and me by seeing who could make the most noise passing gas! They were like bad little boys when they got together.
Every memory of Cork is good and I’m so sorry for your loss, family. May he Rest In Peace.