Corinne Edwards

Born: 02/21/1969 Passed:

Corinne Edwards was born February 21, 1969, in Mexico and passed November 17, 2021 age 52. She spent the first 13 years of life in Guatemala before the family moved to Rootstown, Ohio. She worked 30+ years within the steel industry and extends a special thanks to Harvard Steel. Her favorite things were spending time with her 3 grandchildren, family vacations, horses, listening to John Denver, soaking in the sun at the beach, dedication to work, and an ice-cold Corona with two lime slices.

Her strength and perseverance shined bright until the very end as she lost against a short but extremely intense battle with cancer. #effcancer

Survived by her daughters, Brittany Edwards and Danielle (James) Ebsch; her precious grandchildren, Weston, Kayden, and Maisyn Ebsch; mother, Margaret (Jim) Worley; siblings, Paul (Laura) Keller, Michael (Durana) Keller, Mark (Vicki) Keller, Katherine (Shawn) Yuhas, Laurel (Kermit) White and Sylvia (Jeremiah) Blythe; and 19 nieces and nephews.

There will be no formal services, but a private family Celebration of Life at a future date. Corinne requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the non-profit organization the Prism Project.


6 Tributes to Corinne Edwards

  1. Lisa Hill says:

    I will carry you forever in my heart my sweet friend. My memories of you and our times spent together will hold me until we meet again in heaven. ❤️❤️

  2. Ryan D. says:

    I remember Corinne being such a beautiful, soft, and free-spirited woman. We were all praying for a miracle for her. I am saddened by the loss.

  3. Dave P says:

    While I only knew Corinne for too short of a time what we all knew about her was her smile could light up a room and her laugh was contagious. I will miss her presence in this world every day but find comfort in knowing she is now lighting the heavens with her smile and the hope that one day I will hear her laugh again.

  4. David and Paula Drzewiecki says:

    We will always remember Corinne with a smile on her face. Going though old pictures tonight certainly reflected these memories. Always smiling. She was a clever, beautiful, and witty women and I am sad how she left us.

    Thank you Corinne for the privilege of knowing you. Until we meet again…

  5. Stacy Sykora says:

    We made so many fun memories my beautiful friend. From our workouts at Bally’s and our walks on the canal trail to our wine trip adventures & AWMI days. You touched my life in so many beautiful ways. I will miss you dearly. Love you bunches. Rest in peace my forever friend.

  6. Howard Auble says:

    I can still remember making apple pies with you in Rootstown. Uncle Howard

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