Eugene L Corbeil

Born: Tue., Jan. 2, 1923
Died: Mon., Mar. 27, 2017


Visitation

11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
Location: Mitchell Funeral Home


Funeral Service

12:00 PM Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
Location: Mitchell Funeral Home


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Eugene L. Corbeil, 94, of Easthampton died Monday March 27 at home. He was born in Holyoke January 2, 1923 the son of Alfred J. and Albina (Bruneault) Corbeil. He attended schools in Holyoke. He was a WW 11 Navy Veteran serving as ships cook Second Class. He was first employed at the former White Restaurant  on Canal Street in Holyoke, then the Valley Industries in West Springfield then retiring as Maintenance Supervisor from the former John Foundry. He was predeceased by wife  Rose Marle Amero Corbeil.He enjoyed camping and traveling. Eugene was a communicant of St. Ann’s Church in Chicopee.

He is survived by 2sons Philip Corbeil, Joseph Corbeil and two daughters Margaret Jones and Marie Root with home he resided also his many grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Funeral services with Military Honors will be Friday March 31, at 12 noon in the Mitchell Funeral Home, 15 Park Street, Easthampton with burial in Notre Dame Cemetery, South Hadley. Visiting hours will be from 11 am until the time of the service at 12 noon. Gifts in Eugene's memory may be made to Make a Wish Foundation  1 Bulfinch Pl  Boston Ma 02114

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William Jones (grandson)
   Posted Thu March 30, 2017
Grandpa,
I wanted to say goodbye and I am truly sorry I was unable to be there to say it in person for you or grandma. Please know we tried hard to see you these past few years, but could never make it across the country. To this I am sad I missed the opportunity to say I love you to you and grandma before you left.

I will always cherish the memories of the both of you as you have a huge space in my heart and life. My daughter has heard and will hear of the many wonderful stories of my childhood with you and the times we shared living with you and even after we moved away.

Thank you for the visits to Arizona and for the love the both of you have always given to me and my family. I love you and will miss you always.

Your loving grandson, Bill

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