Robert H. Corbin
1944 - 2020
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Robert H. Corbin North Brunswick - Robert H. Corbin, former 1st assistant prosecutor and dedicated attorney, died Sunday, March 15, 2020, at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York City, surrounded by his family. He was 75. Born in Trenton to Harry N. and Janet (Gill) Corbin, he was raised in Ewing Township and lived there before moving to North Brunswick 40 years ago. He received his bachelor degree from Rider University in 1966 and his juris doctorate from Dickinson School of Law in 1969. He practiced as a criminal attorney for the past 50 years, both as a defense attorney in private practice and as 1st assistant prosecutor for Middlesex County. He was a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Middlesex County Bar Association and the New Brunswick Bar Association. Mr. Corbin served with distinction on the North Brunswick Township Council for the past 18 years until his recent illness. He was a coach for North Brunswick Township youth soccer, baseball and basketball programs. He was a member of B.P.O. Elks #324 in New Brunswick and Sons of the American Legion, Joyce Kilmer Post #25 in Milltown. He was predeceased by his father Harry N. Corbin. Surviving are his wife Connie (Fareri) Corbin; two daughters - Tracy Naimo and her husband Charlie of Brielle and Ashley Bazydlo and her husband Bryan of Milltown; two sons - Robert Corbin and his wife Jenna of Brooklyn, New York and Michael Corbin of Montclair; his mother Janet (Gill) Corbin of North Brunswick; four grandchildren - Brielle Rose and Layna Belle Bazydlo and Tenley Jo and Corbin Jax Naimo; and "his boy" Titus. Private cremation was under the direction of Selover Funeral Home in North Brunswick. The family has decided to have a memorial service, to be announced at a later date, so that everyone who wishes to pay their respects may do so without any restrictions. Memorial contributions in memory of Robert H. Corbin may be made to Memorial Sloan Kettering towards lymphoma research at MSK, P.O. Box 5028, Hagerstown, MD 21741-5028 or online at by using the honor a loved one link.
Published in Home News Tribune from Mar. 17 to Mar. 18, 2020.
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Our condolences to all of your family and friends you will missed by us my father and myself and everybody at mountains view hunting camp
To we gather again Bob.the Szargowicz's
Our family enjoyed visiting with Bob when he was at the camp. So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Glenn, Kathy, & Amber Early
Cathy Marsh
My deepest sympathy to The Corbin family Bobby was like a brother having met as young boys living on Main Blvd in Ewing Township We were ushers in each others weddings and stayed friends as we grew older He was a great guy and will be missed Out thoughts and prayers are with you Al and Janice Belfiore
Al Belfiore
We have known Bob for the last 60 years. We shared many great times while we were young going to the Jersey shore, dances, hanging out at PaPas and, many party functions while growing up with some of the greatest friends that STILL remain together today. We ALL will miss Bob and our prayers go out to the Corbin family. MAY BOB REST IN PIECE.
James & Maria Augustyn
Sincere condolences to the entire Corbin family. Many years ago Bobby was a classmate and friend at Ewing High School. We know he will be greatly missed.
Ed and Marie Cunningham
Connie, Tracy and family,

Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Charlie, Jackie and Patricia Naimo
Connie and Family: I am so sorry for your loss. There were so many good times with Bob and he will be missed by so many.
Mary Donato
I enjoyed discussing legal matters with Bob for 25 years when we both appeared in Municipal court maters in the 1990's and when he served as a Middlesex County !st Assistant Prosecutor. He was cordial to the attorneys and a valued member of our legal community.
Kenneth Vercammen
To Connie and the Corbin family, our deepest sympathies. To Bob, and Connie, Thank You for the decades of dedicated service to our community. The efforts you both put forward for our town will always be appreciated. Rest in peace Bob.
David and Pam Barnhard
David Barnhard
I wish I could have spent more time with him. The time I did spend with him was more than I could ask for . He was kind and generous and treated my boys as if they were his own ! I will always cherish the memories we have of him down the shore . My sons still ask to go down the shore and to ride on his boat ! He was an amazing man and I am honored that I had to chance to meet him ! RIP Mr. Corbin . Your legacy will always live on. You will always be in our hearts and NEVER forgotten ! My deepest sympathy goes out to Ashley and everyone is her family !
Mariann Davis
Tom Rizzo
I had the honor of working with Bob during my years at the prosecutors office he always had a smile and acknowledged you with a hello and how are you. I cannot express my sincere condolences to Connie and family and know that my thoughts and prayers are with the Corbin family. May he RIP
Laurette Wilson
My condolences to the Corbin Family. I hope you can smile when you think of the memories.
John Anderson
So so sorry to hear this! Such a genuine person and friend who will be missed by all who knew him. Our hearts go out to the Corbin family. Prayers to all.

With fond memories and sincere sympathy,
Dean and Donna Adinolfi and Daughters
So sorry to hear this. My condolences to the Corbin family. I have so many wonderful memories of Bob. RIP my friend.
Maureen McAniff Schwartzman
As a former Criminal Defense Attorney, I must say Bob was extremely fair as a Prosecutor. His word was his bond and he was always willing to listen. On a personal note, thinking of Connie and entire family today as we sit in our home in North Brunswick. Bob Corbin, husband, father, neighbor friend, attorney and North Brunswick Councilman for many years. He's going to be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace. Marion and Lou Costanza
Our sincere condolences to the entire Corbin family. We have shared many good times and will treasure the memories.
Jim and Helena Marko
Helena Marko
Please accept our sincere condolences.
I knew Bobby as a fellow Asst Prosecutor in Middlesex County in an office staffed with great people & great attorneys.
Bobby was a good friend & great attorney. His memory brings a smile to my face.

Dennis J. Melofchik & the Melofchik family
dennis melofchik
Please accept my condolences. I'm praying for peace and comfort to the family. Please be comforted by your memories of Mr. Corbin.
Kelly Mooring
My thoughts and prayers are with the Corbin family. May he rest in eternal peace.
Mrs. Marj
My deepest sympathy to you all
Sue Bucanis
I can't even begin to say what shock and sadness this brings me I have known and loved that Bobby for a very long time he was a special one I'm so sorry that is family has to suffer this loss the world lost a really really good one
Karen Barone
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