Rodney Corbin

Rodney Dale Corbin

Monday, June 28th, 1954 - Monday, September 16th, 2019
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On Monday, September 16, 2019, Rodney Dale Corbin passed away at the age of 65 in Temple, Texas. Rodney was born on June 28, 1954 in Harlingen, Texas to Homer William and Loyce Aileen (Kuykendall) Corbin. After high school Rodney served for two years in the United States Army, then worked in the food industry. He met and married Delores “Dee” Biggers, and together they enjoyed over 15 years of marriage along with Delores’ two daughters until Dee’s passing.
Rodney was a good man with a giving heart. He loved helping and cooking for others, including his friends at the Rose Garden group home in Temple. He also drove people in need to the grocery store as well as to their doctor’s appointments. When not caring for those around him, Rodney enjoyed making menus for upcoming meals and watching movies. He has been a resident of Temple for the past 8 years.
Rodney was preceded in death by his wife Delores, parents Homer and Loyce, as well as his sister Colette Corbin. He is survived and cherished by his two step-daughters, his sister Debbie Trull and husband Jesse of Corinth, Texas, sister Pam Pedigo and husband Bill also of Corinth, Texas, brother Clay Corbin and wife Sandy of Tinley Park, Illinois, sister Vanessa Vinyard of Waukesha, Wisconsin, as well as several step-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends.
The family plans to have services at a later date.
Hewett-Arney Funeral Home of Temple is entrusted with the arrangements.
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Posted at 11:47am
I'm sorry about your loss. God hand picked Rodney to join him in heaven. Rodney is running free in his new body and will be watching over all of us. We love you! You will be missed!

Liza Smith

Posted at 07:52pm
Rodney was a caring godly man
Who would help anyone I had the great pleasure of serving lunches at rose garden church with rodney good times .he also was at my wedding there. Rodney went out of his way to help others even when he didn't have much . I am blessed to have known him over 5 yrs .want to send my deepest sympathy to his family .


Posted at 02:49pm
To the family of rodney corbin i give my deepest symphony cause he is a kind of considerant person and he always looked out for people and went out of his way 2 help anybody he can and rodney youre a true hero in my book

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