Heights Funeral Home


Corey Lynn Park

May 25, 1966November 23, 2021

Corey Park passed away at the age of 55 on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 in Houston, TX. He was surrounded by family at the time of his death. He was born on May 25, 1966 in Orange, CA. When Corey was very young, his father brought he and his brother to Texas to start a new life. Corey grew up in Pasadena, TX. After high school, Corey attended trade school and earned his Associates Degree in Computer Engineering.

After moving to Mississippi then Alabama, Corey settled in California where he enjoyed surfing, skateboarding, riding motorcycles, and rebuilding cars. He worked as a Computer Technician for Fujitsu Global for 27 years before retiring for health reasons.

Corey loved Rock music all of his life and attended multiple concerts of his favorite bands. In his last few years Corey fell in love with playing guitar and learned how to play some of his favorite songs.

Corey is survived by his father and mother Joe and Helen Park, his siblings Nathan Adams, Timothy Adams, Noel Park, and Rachelle Park and multiple nieces and nephews whom he loved.

We would like to thank Corey’s lifelong friend Johnny Brooks for always being there for Corey. We would also like to thank Mary and Ro with Bridge Solutions Home Care and Heath Clark with Altus Hospice and the multitude of doctors, nurses, care staff and everyone else who helped him over the last few years.

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Corey Lynn Park

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Bruce Cushman

December 1, 2021

I recently heard of Corey's passing. I am deeply saddened for the families loss. I used to be Corey's boss with Fujitsu, and was the person he came to, when he wanted to transfer out to the San Diego area. Corey was hard working and I could always count on him to step up to the plate when needed. Our friendship grew even after I moved back into the field as a service tech. We had laughs, and memories shared with our long time of being Service Techs together with Fujitsu. The hours were sometimes long, with nights, and weekends worked. Corey became the stereo typical "Surfer Dude" with his pony tail and surfboard in his company van ( even though we was not supposed to) He was a good friend and he will be missed.
I will be Praying for the family in this time of loss, and grieving.
Bruce R Cushman