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Justin Korf

Justin Korf, loving son and brother, passed away on Tuesday, December 29th, 2020. He was the son of Patricia Merritt and Dean Korf. He was born in Bremerton, Washington and lived in Silverdale, Washington. He left behind a large family who loved him dearly, including his mother, father, grandfather Rex Merritt, two sisters Jessica and Rachel, one brother, Randall, his beloved nieces and nephew, and two half-brothers Dave Korf and Don Korf.

Justin was a lover of the outdoors. He loved to fish, and you could find him at one of the lakes most weekend mornings during fishing season. He was quick to laugh, full of love, and a fierce protector of the people he loved. The first to give you a big bear hug if you were having a bad day, or do something to make you laugh. A student of Archaeology and Anthropology he graduated from Western Washington University in June of 2020 as a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

Justin worked for the Department of Emergency Management, distributing Covid testing and Personal Protective Equipment in the last year of his life. He loved to help others, and was loved and respected by his coworkers. Justin left behind a large group of people that have been touched by his presence, his laugh, and his light. He will be missed greatly by all.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date, to be determined when gatherings are deemed safe again. We ask that in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to The Special Olympics of Montana, Flathead Lake Buccaneers team. Please follow the links at SOMT.org to "donate now" and choose in memory of Justin Korf to ensure all donations support the appropriate team.




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Published in Kitsap Sun from Jan. 8 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 12, 2021
My deepest condolences to this wonderful, young man. May he RIP.
Patty Aflleje
Teacher
January 10, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Justin was my friend. I watched him grow so much over the years. I know how much he overcame. He had so many plans, hopes and dreams. Rarely a day went by without a text from him. Justin is truly missed by me.
Colette Benoit
January 9, 2021
My Name is JD, I had the pleasure of being Justin’s immediate supervisor at Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management. Justin was an amazing guy, funny, caring and dedicated. He is missed greatly by everyone. My
JD Cross-Graves
Coworker
January 8, 2021
Dear Justin,

If I had even a moment to speak with you again it would be to tell you, you are dearly missed here at the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management by your friends at the Emergency Operations Center and specifically, your Logistics Team who is navigating a collective broken heart. We take solace in the opportunity to have shared many fun and happy memories with you as we are sure your friends and family do. I will miss your warm smile and can-do attitude; thank you for your hard work supporting the people of Kitsap and the EOC during this long emergency response. Rest in Peace and condolences to family and friends.
ELIZABETH KLUTE
Coworker
January 8, 2021
The world dims and our hearts will forever ache for your light and love. Your sweet smile is how I will remember you, Justin. Peace ❤
Jean Shep
Friend
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