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Michael Scott Corbell

Michael Scott Corbell, 60, Veteran Michael Scott Corbell passed away peacefully on Wednesday December 19th, at his home in West Seattle after a long, courageous battle with Lung Cancer. His loving wife Linda was at his side.

Michael was born on May 18th 1952, and was raised in Seattle's South End. He graduated from Rainier Beach High School in 1970. Michael joined the Navy after graduation and served in the Pacific aboard the USS Abnaki during the final days of the Vietnam War-serving his country was a distinction he was extremely proud of throughout his entire life.

Always striving for excellence, Michael built a career as a Commercial Property Manager and, at the pinnacle of his performance, chose to teach the Principles of Real Estate and Property Management at North Seattle Community College, shaping the lives of the younger people, a privilege he was very proud of.

Michael had an avid interest in history and, more than anything, loved talking about our family heritages, spending time with his wide circle of family and friends.

Known as "Scott" by his siblings, he was a member of a very close family and is survived by his wife Linda, his son, Michael David, his stepdaughter, Deborah (Jason) Mallett, and his brothers Ron (Martha), Randy (Debbie), Bob (Peggy) and Brian. Michael was also very close to his in-laws, Gary and Anita Connor, Becky (Steve), Patty (Marty), Sue (Bob), and his many nieces and nephews. Michael was preceded in death by his parents, Wes and Barbara, his sisters, Kim and Rori and sister in law Helen.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Henry Kaplan and staff at Swedish Cancer Institute for the wonderful care given to Michael. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested in Michael's name to: Kaplan Cancer Research Fund c/o Swedish Foundatin 747 Broadway Seattle, Wa 98104

Messages of condolence may be sent to the family online by visiting www.bonneywatson.com. Bonney - Watson; Washington Memorial is assisting with arrangements.
Published in The Seattle Times on Jan. 6, 2013
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