Larry Eugene Corey

October 28, 1937December 3, 2012

Larry Corey, 75, of Georgetown Texas, passed away on December 3, 2012. He was born on October 28, 1937 in Canton, Illinois to George and Eva Corey. Larry is survived by his wife of fifty-two years, Patricia Corey of Georgetown, Texas; two sons, Kenneth Corey of Falcon, Colorado and Brad Corey of St. Augustine, Florida; grandchildren, Brendan Corey, Breigh Ann Corey, Trent Corey, and Andrew Corey; and his brother, Jim Corey of Bartonville, Illinois.

He was preceded in death by his son Trent Ethan Corey.

Larry grew up in Peoria, Illinois, and then moved to Bartonville, Illinois in his later teen years, where he met Patricia. Larry joined the Marine Corps and was stationed at Twenty Nine Palms, California. He has always been a proud and loyal Marine.

Upon return from California, Larry married Patricia, and they began a fifty two year love affair, filled with joy, adventure, and travel and having a family. They moved to the mountains of Colorado in 1978. While there, they shared many wonderful days traveling, hiking and enjoying the outdoors with their family and dogs.

Larry and Patricia moved to Sun City, in Georgetown, Texas in 2010.

Larry will always be remembered as a loving husband, rarely leaving Pat’s side, a loving father and a true friend, filled with humor and support.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Arrangements by Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home, 2900 Williams Drive, Georgetown, Texas 78628 (512)863-2564.


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Brad Corey

July 16, 2013

I miss you Dad.

December 14, 2012

Dear Pat and Family,

Diane and I share your grief for the loss of a real pal and great friend over the years we have known Larry.

Diane has always enjoyed talking to Larry because of his great sense of humor.

I have worked with Larry at Schreiver AFB and have played many rounds of golf which were always enjoyable because of his presence.

Larry will always be remembered, as has already been said, as a true friend filled with humor and support.

All our love and best wishes to the Corey Family,

Frank and Diane Emmett