David M. Corn

Evansville, Indiana


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OAKLAND CITY — David M. Corn, 63, passed away on Monday, July 23, 2007, at his home in Oakland City.

David was the funeral director and part owner of the Corn-Colvin Funeral Home in Oakland City for 43 years. He was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Oakland City.


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George and I want to express our sincere sympathy to the Corn family and especially to our friends Genia and John Drake. You're in our thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow.

As a friend of a lot of precious Years that realy now seem so short you will be missed we apperciate everything you and your family have been there for us and more
Venus Graves and family

Through the years and through the tears your family has gave us strength in our time of need. We are thinking of your family and pray to give you all strength. You will always have the memories, that can not be taken away.

To Mr. Corn's Family: I had never met Mr. Corn, but called the funeral home this past Saturday to get directions to Montgomery Cemetery where my Great-Uncle is buried. I live 30 miles from Oakland City & had no idea where the cemetery was located. Mr. Corn answered the phone. He was at home enjoying a beautiful evening watching his little Grandson play. This man took 20 minutes out of his family time to help me & to let me know if I needed any other help on my journey to call him...

May the remembrance of a life you cherished fill all your days with love.

Dixie ... your and David's family have been a very special part of our lives ... the best and easiest thing I did as mayor of Oakland City was to appoint:
David M. Corn
We salute all of you!!!

With love and appreciation
for a job well done.
Bonnie and Lee Ayers

Thinking of your family and pray to give you strength. You will always have the memories, that can not be taken away.

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. We love Andrea very much and consider her a part of our extended family and a little sister in Christ. God Bless, Faron and Chris McLaughlin

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.