Dale Corbin

Born: 11/04/1953 Passed:

Dale Corbin age 68 of Tippencanoe passed away January 7, 2022. He was born November 4, 1953, in Dennison, Ohio. He enjoyed hunting, animals, joking around.

He is preceded in death by sisters, Josie Bouhner, Linda Sue Sanders and grandson, Charles T. Corbin.

He is survived by his children, Charles (Veronica Barbee) and Tammy (Harlow Ruckman) Corbin; grandchildren, Anthony Fitak, Bryan Chlam, Kaylea and Matthew Ruckman; siblings, Georgia Able of Urichsville, Robert Corbin of Baltimore, Maryland. He was loved and will be missed by many.

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9 Tributes to Dale Corbin

  1. Billi Porter says:

    I love you and will see you on the other side.

    • Deborah A Wilson says:

      Dale and family lived close to my parents years ago. He was always joking around, an ornery guy. If he should meet up with my dad, Heaven won’t be the same again! Our thoughts and prayers go out to Tammy and Chuckie and family. R.I.P. Dale

    • Roxann Hyde says:

      We will miss you “Old Man”. Loved you like a father. You were a good friend, will miss your jokes and puns. Forever rest in peace and hope to see you again.

  2. Lindsey Smith says:

    Dale would visit at my Dad’s and often joked around with me. You could tell how ornery he was and how much he enjoyed making others laugh. Rest in peace, Dale.

    • Jody Edwards says:

      Dale was a great guy,known for alot of years ,He did love to joke,but he was always willing to help anyone ,R.I.P. Dale

  3. Linda Mishler Terry says:

    Cousin by past marriage but a friend.. RIP Dale and behave yourself up there, lol.

    • Kenny and Tammy Law says:

      Sorry to hear that Dale passed, he was a good guy.

      • JoDee Snyder Myers says:

        Just saw this. Condolences to the family. Many a good time as we grew up on the farm. And all the Sale barn memories.. Bob and Georgie , thinking of you at this sad time🙏🏼🙏🏼

  4. Isabella bishop says:

    He always would make you laugh and smile even if you are having a bad day. He was the one that would light up a room. He will forever be missed and loved.

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