OBITUARY

David S. Corron

November 7, 1954February 17, 2021

David S. Corron, age 66, of Apopka, Florida, passed away February 17, 2021 surrounded by his loving family. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather.

David was born November 7, 1954 in Newport News, Virginia. He moved to Orlando, Florida in 1975 and married his wife, Judith Ball. Together they raised daughters Kristin and Jamie.

He was an avid reader and had a passion for art, working with his hands and loved all things outdoors. He loved his pets, riding motorcycles and spending time with his family and friends.

David was known for his great sense of humor, infectious smile and kind compassionate spirit.

He was preceded in death by his father, Frank C. Corron, his mother Sally Moody Corron. He is survived by his wife Judith, daughters Kristin Corron, Jamie Kalicak, (Mark), grandchildren Luke Kalicak and Sydney Kalicak. David is survived by his siblings Mary Burgess, Suffolk, VA., Robert Chivalette, St. Augustine, FL, William Chivalette , Montgomery, AL, Christy Chivalette, Jacksonville, FL, Paul Chivalette Jacksonville FL, Cathy Robinson, Monroe, NC, Susan Alecksynas, Oatman, AZ, and Wanda McElheney, Newport News, VA.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at Lakeside Reception Hall, 4005 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32804 at 2:00pm- 4:00pm.

Services

13 March

A Celebration of Life

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Lakeside Reception Hall

4005 North Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando, Florida 32804

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Tim Wilder

March 5, 2021

I always looked up to David! He is real. I will always respect him. He paved his own way.

Kimberly Glaude

February 25, 2021

Mr. Dave,
The sadness and heartbreak we’re all experiencing is immeasurable. You were loved by so many and you never held back expressing your love for others. You’ve always welcomed me into your family with open arms and treated me as one of your daughters. Your kindness, selflessness, and genuine nature will forever be missed. I’ll miss your smile and your warm tight hugs.
I love and miss you Mr. Dave.

“To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord”.

Rest Peacefully Mr. Dave
Love Always, Kim Glaude


Carolyn McRorie

February 25, 2021

My condolences to Judy, Kristin, and Jamie for your loss. Dave was a guy who help everyone when they needed him. He loved life & sharing his life with everyone. He will be missed by his family, friends, & his loving pets. May he Rest in Peace. Carolyn McRorie

Shari Cornish

February 25, 2021

Dave - You, along with Judy, have been my good friend for 44 years. At some points of our lives, we spent more time together and, at other times, less. But, it always felt like it had just been a couple months or so, regardless of the actual time that had passed. When I think of you, I think of your laugh, sense of humor and kindness. I think of you always building something, grilling something, and reading cowboy books. You were always so good with the kids (everybody's kids, mine included), and we all loved you. I believe we will see you, again. But, until that time, we will miss you forever. I like to think that when you got to heaven, Jake ran out to greet you, and escorted you home.

Duane Mcrorie

February 24, 2021

Uncle Dave , It’s hard to believe you’re no longer with us. You were kind , humble , funny and caring . You were the best uncle any nephew could ask for. I’m going to miss our weekend breakfast meetings , cookouts , and Vegas trip with you at the blackjack table. They say death isn’t the end of life it’s the gateway to eternal life with God. Until we meet again love you man.

Melissa Drewes

February 24, 2021

All my thoughts, love and prayers to the entire family. I too was privilaged to work along side Dave for over 15 years of my CES career. He was a co-worker like no other. Always showing the greatest respect, and kindness like know other. May the lord bless everyone with a multitude of the fondest memories always.

Many Prayer,
Melissa Drewes - CES Accounting

Kristin Corron

February 24, 2021

There are no words to describe what a wonderful Dad you were. You weren’t just my Dad, you were my everyday hero and one of my best buds. You taught me to enjoy the little joys in life, and to not sweat the small stuff. You always knew how to make me smile and laugh no matter what. You came to my rescue without hesitation any time I needed you. You were the sweetest man and loved by so many. I’m so glad I took every opportunity I could to hug you and tell you I love you. I know you thought you were lucky to have us girls, but the truth is we are truly the lucky ones to have had you. You will forever be loved and missed Dad! Until we meet again.
Love you forever and always,
Krisi

Terri Tillis-Free

February 23, 2021

I met Dave Corron after coming to CES almost 20 years ago. He became a mentor and a friend. My successful longevity is due mostly to the things that I learned from him. He was always there when any of us needed him. Even after he changed divisions, he always welcomed my call and was happy to give advice. Dave was an awesome person! I am proud to have known him. His family is in my heart and prayers. ❤

william gurley

February 23, 2021

I worked for City Electric for the last 15 years and a good part of those years Dave was my Credit Manager.. I felt like Dave kinda took me under his wing and showed me a lot of the credit part and dealing with my customers. He helped me build many large accounts that I still manage to this day and became a friend. Someone I could talk to not only about work but about personal life. He was a great man and will deeply be missed by myself and my wife Leah who also worked along side Dave for 13 years. I hope he has no more pain and I pray that he will watch over us from above and show me a sign when a bad customer walks through the door.. also known as a bad egg... Thank You Dave for being a great human being!!

Kim Norman

February 23, 2021

Dave was an amazing person, I was lucky enough to work with him for many years. He will be greatly missed, heaven has gained a Beautiful Angel.

FROM THE FAMILY