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Korbin Micheal Stevens

June 3, 1993 ~ September 12, 2020 (age 27)

Obituary

Korbin’s number one priority was family and friends. He was always there for anyone who needed him and could brighten anyone’s day. He was full of life and passionate about the things he liked to do. He enjoyed bowling, billiards, snowboarding, and most of all music. He loved listening and making music with his bands, the latest one being Escher Case. If you ever got drunk with Korbin, he’d love to show you different types of music and even when it was 3 AM he’d still say “just one more song” which was never the case. Or he’d rant to you for hours about a crazy conspiracy theory. You could see how much he loved playing his bass, performing in his band, and going to concerts. I always loved watching his famous head bang with his long red hair. Many people knew him through bowling and you’d know he had a love/hate relationship with it. His brother Kaden and sister Kortney were on a bowling team with him that they called “Dudest Preist”. He’s kicked many ball return machines even when he was doing good because he had such a high standard for himself. He always wanted to be the best in everything he did. We all had a great time on that bowling league.

Almost every weekend Korbin and his group of friends would get together and play games, basketball, shoot bows, go to breweries, or roast the new live action Mulan movie. He was always the life of the party and loved getting all of us drunk, especially during hammer schlagen.

Last but not least, his family. Korbin was very close to his family, he went to every family get together. He would always sit down with his grandma and grandpa and play pinochle after eating and would bid to 400 right off the bat because he was so confident. He even spent a bunch of money so he could go to Alaska and Hawaii to help his little sister move into college. Him and his brother Kaden were like twins, living together their whole life and buying a house together. They were also known as the “moving crew” because if anyone needed help moving their stuff, family or friends, they were the ones to call and they’d always show up to help. Korbin loved helping his parents out around the house with any random project they needed or fixing all the cars we constantly had breaking down. Korbin also had a little cocker spaniel named Jack that was part of the family. He was a cute, derpy, and happy dog that was perfect for Korbin and he absolutely loved taking care of him.

Korbin was loved by so many people and will never be forgotten. He is going to be missed every day.

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