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Old 03-13-2008, 08:36 PM   #99
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Good to hear from you Cory.

It's good you were able to make it home for your daughters birthday.

We don't like to ask too frequently as we know you have enough to focus on right now, but you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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Old 03-13-2008, 08:42 PM   #100
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Cory! Glad to hear you are home. There's no place like home. And that you were blessed to be there for you daughter's birthday.

Again, you are thought of often and we wish and pray for you a continuing recovery.
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Old 05-16-2008, 11:13 PM   #101
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Hi guys, I replied to a PM today and asked how he was doing, and received a reply back from his wife saying he'd lost the battle. She is getting messages and I forwarded her the link to this thread.

I totally missed it in our local paper, but some of the info was still on the newspaper's website:

Valley Hills Funeral Home, Yakima Cory Harrington was born in Yakima Washington, December, 9th, 1957 and went to be with his Lord, April, 13th, 2008.

His family wishes to thank all of the friends and loved ones who have shown their love and support during Cory's battle with cancer. Cory's memory will carry on in many. A special thanks to all the caregivers and doctors that helped Cory, as well as Debbie's Co-Workers and friends at Wray's
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Old 05-16-2008, 11:20 PM   #102
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Cory Harrington was born in Yakima Washington, December, 9th, 1957 and went to be with his Lord, April, 13th, 2008.

His family wishes to thank all of the friends and loved ones who have shown their love and support during Cory’s battle with cancer. Cory’s memory will carry on in many. A special thanks to all the caregivers and doctors that helped Cory, as well as Debbie’s Co-Workers and friends at Wray’s, Chris and Karen Brown, and Debbie’s manager Mark, and his extended family of the Church Of Christ where he has attended for the last fourteen years.

Cory attended Davis High School and furthered his education to become a computer specialist. Cory fulfilled his passion and become a member of the “Geek Squad” Cory worked at Fred Meyer for twenty seven years sharing his life with his fellow Co-Workers. There he met his soul mate Debbie. Cory was an active member of the Airstream Club. He also enjoyed fishing and auto racing. Cory was especially proud to become a Great Uncle. His biggest accomplishment was helping his wife of thirteen years raise their daughter, Cortnie Alyssa Harrington. Cory was an active supporter of all Cortnie’s endeavors. Whether it be gymnastics, ballet and recently the “Mr. Davis pageant.

Cory is preceded in death by his parents Anna and LeMoyne and his niece Amy. He survived by his wife Debbie, Daughter Cortnie, Sister Linda Utzler his brothers, Ron, Roger, Glen, and Ken, as well as eight nieces and eight nephews and one Great niece Zoe. Arrangements have been made with Valley Hills Funeral Home.

Friends and Family may send condolences at Valley Hills Funeral Home
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:09 PM   #103
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I hope you all recieve this my husband Cory really appreciated all your prayers and support. Not sure what to say but that we had many good times with our Airsteam. I really don't think I am going to be able to keep it though. I don't have a clue about towing and up keep. I really enjoy camping though and all the great people we have met from all over. I hope you all get this. Debbie
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Old 05-17-2008, 05:38 PM   #104
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Debbie,

Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family. Amy and I hope that God give's your family the strength to keep going through these hard times.

Please let us know if we can help you in any way.

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Old 05-17-2008, 05:50 PM   #105
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Debbie, I know that all of us on the forum share your grief and send you our strongest prayers for strength at such a sad time. We admired Cory so much as he fought the good fight and kept in touch here with his forum friends, asking for and receiving graciously our continued prayers and wellwishes. God bless you and your family. ~G
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Old 05-17-2008, 08:00 PM   #106
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Debbie,
It, of course, is very difficult to know what to say when someone loses a loved one. Just know that Cory had a lot of folks out here pulling for him, and he encouraged us in our own challenges by being willing to share his own health "ups & downs". We wish you and your family well. Stay with us in the Airstream if you can.
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Old 05-17-2008, 08:52 PM   #107
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Debbie...we are so sorry to learn of Cory's passing. Many of us did not know him personally, but we all respected him for his perserverence and courage in in the face of this disease...and his willingness to share his story with us... Our sincere condolences go out to you and your family...he will be missed...
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Old 05-17-2008, 11:41 PM   #108
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Debbie said this in the PM as well, if there is ANYTHING we can do as far as help with upkeep etc, please let us know, would be a shame to see you give up that AS!
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Old 05-18-2008, 09:42 AM   #109
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Debbie, I am so sorry that Cory lost his battle with cancer. This forum has some of the greatest people in the world and they mean what they say with blessings and help. I lost my husband to COPD last Aug. We did love to travel and camp. I have been to 2 rallies since then and am looking forward to more travels. We have a motor home, so I didn't have to worry with hooking up to go. I understand the toll that his illness took on you so take time to take care of yourself now before you make any major changes. If you decide to sell your airstream some one here on the forums will probaly give it a loving home. Please keep in touch with this group as they are a very positive bunch of folks. I feel like they are an extended family. Even tho we never met Cory , We felt like we knew him and were praying for his recovery.

Please stay in touch with us. Kay
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