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Kory John Baker

Chicago, Minnesota

Feb 21, 1983 – Feb 21, 2016 (Age 33)


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Ranfranz & Vine Funeral Homes - Rochester Obituary

Kory was born on February 21, 1983 and passed away on Sunday, February 21, 2016. Kory was a resident of Rochester, Minnesota at the time of his passing. He attended John Marshall High School. He enlisted as a medic in the US Army. Please join us as we celebrate Koryâs life this Friday February 26th at Ranfranz Vine Funeral Homes in Rochester MN. Funeral will be at 4pm with a visitation starting at 3pm. In lieu of flowers we would prefer memorials in Koryâs name be directed to Recovery is Happening at 25 16th St NE Rochester MN 55906.

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you asked how i am, doing fine. i'm so sorry about Kory. I get so sad thinking about your family. if there is anything i can do, please let me know. Love you all , Charlie Auman

I did not know Kory or your family but I do know your story. Thank you for your courage in telling it.

Damn, addiction sucks, my prayers are with you,

My heart goes out to his family as they feel this loss but I know that Kory is a star shining in the sky just as he shined here during his short life. He is watching over us as he makes a whole new batch of friends above.

Heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family and friends during this difficult time. I hope that the promise found at
1 Thessalonians 4:14 will bring you comfort. Knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be reassuring.

My prayers are with Kory's family and friends. I didn't know Kory, but we have similar situations in our family, and like Kory, the people with these addictions are beautiful people whom the families love immensely, but those ugly drugs..........May your family feel the Lords arms around you as you go through this grieving time. Sincerely, Gloria

Love and Peace Kory as you continue your journey.

My prayers are with all of you! I did not know Kory but what a beautiful person he must have been. And what a blessing to all of you to have had him in your life even if the time was to short. Praise you for writing about his addiction as it is taking so many of our young people. May God's mercy carry you all through. Carol