Chris Corson Obituary, Son Of SIFAT Co-founders has died

Chris Corson Obituary, Son Of SIFAT Co-founders has died

Chris Corson Obituary, Death – On June 10, 2023, at 10:30 a.m., there will be a memorial service for Joseph Christopher Corson at the First United Methodist Church in Wedowee. The services will be conducted by the Revs. Todd Noren-Hentz and Jon Tal Murphree. Chris lost his battle with pancreatic cancer on Sunday, June 4, after a protracted and courageous fight.

Age-wise, he was 62. Corson Contractors’ owner Chris was well-liked and well-known both locally and internationally. He routinely served as a volunteer for charity causes, erecting the first school ever built for the remote Bolivian community of Quesimpuco in the Andes. He also managed a small Shitake mushroom farm and raised Dexter cattle.

Ken and Sarah Corson of Wedowee are the parents of Chris. His parents, a son named David Hobart (Mary), two grandchildren named Sanders Hobart and Winnie Wren, both of Wedowee and Chattanooga, a brother named Tom Corson (Dyla), also of Wedowee, and two sisters named Kathy Bryson and Karen Corson, both of Wedowee and Cambodia, still survive.

Additionally, Chris has 15 nieces and nephews who are married, including Brianna Bryson (Andy), Jennessa Bryson, Luci Bryson, and Evie Bryson, as well as Samuel Corson (Libba), Brayan Corson (Magaly), and Tito Corson (Courtney); and three great-nephews, Otto, Olliver, and Santiago. He still has three living uncles: Jon Tal Murphree (Sheila), Wallace Murphree (Martha), and Quincy Murphree (Dianne).

In addition to several relatives and a dear friend in Joyce Blair. Phil Murphree, an uncle, passed away before him.Chris was a devout member of the First United Methodist Church. He briefly served as the Methodist Men’s president. The neighborhood, church, and family of Chris will all miss him terribly. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to First Methodist Church, Wedowee, or SIFAT.