Corbin Lynn Higbee

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Corbin Lynn Higbee

Corbin passed away unexpectedly at his girlfriends home on March 15, 2020 from complications of Diabetes. 
Corbin was born on August 2,1987 in Denver, Colorado. Corbin was a wonderful and caring man and was loved by all that had the honor of knowing him. 

Corbin loved the mountains of Colorado. He enjoyed going for rides there as well as 4X4 off road driving . He also loved riding motorcycles, camping and photography. He could always be found sitting around a fire pit any chance he could get. 
Corbin worked at Jim Thompson Forest Products starting in 2017. He was a forklift driver for them. He was also a bouncer at Hopp’s Sports Bar. He had previously lived in New Hampshire for four years as well. 
Corbin was a “Dare Devil” doing crazy things at times. Part of this had to do with Corbin surviving many life altering things in his young life.  He was brutally mauled by a neighbor’s dog at age 10. He was then diagnosed with Type I Diabetes at age 13. Because of these things Corbin was a strong and fearless man. 
Corbin loved animals. He was known to bring home stray or lost animals. His first kitty was named “Spaz”. He now leaves behind his beloved “kids”, Harley his dog and Stir Fry  his kitty. 
Corbin is survived by his mother, Melanie Higbee (Carl Sivak), His brother Trent Higbee, Grandfather Joe Higbee, Aunt Lynn Sanders (Charles Sanders), Cousin Carl Wagner ( Tiffany Cargill), Father Ronald Morisset, Aaron Sivak, Aaron and Stephanie Kallberg and their children, Charlie, Ariel and Samantha. And by his Girlfriend, Kelsey Schatz and close friend Steven Toffefson. He also leaves behind several Cousins, Aunts, Uncles and many friends that loved him. 
Corbin was preceded in death by his beloved Grandmother, Sharon Higbee and Great Grandmother, Hazel Wetzel.


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  1. I may not have known Corbin that well but when I did see him, he was always being a dare devil, doing crazy things, and he was always with his beautiful dog. He always gave off a good attitude and was always willing to help. I am so sad to see him leave us so soon. You will be missed. His family in my prayers. RIP to an amazing man. You will always be remembered. 

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