Corey Lane Breding

Corey Lane Breding

Birth
Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Death
8 Aug 2006 (aged 44)
Orange County, Florida, USA
Burial
Lincoln City, Lincoln County, Oregon, USA
Memorial ID
18134149 View Source

Corey Lane Breding was welcomed into the hands of his heavenly father on August 8, 2006.

He was meet by his parents Corral & Jane Breding, his sister Sondra and his first wife Monica Breeze.

Corey was born on August 28, 1961 in Santa Monica, CA, he grew up and attended schools in Culver City, CA.

His death leaves an emptiness in the hearts of his beloved wife, Susan and his brothers and sisters, Lolly and Tom Lainge, Marlo and Pam Breding, Tracy and Ludell Breding, Brenda Stanley and Brett and Juanita Breding.

All of Corey's brothers and sisters now reside in Oregon.

His step-children Kristi-Anna, Kevin, Kyle and Kory McDaniel and Sean Breeze whom Corey raised into adulthood, Sean's wife, Dawn and child Jared.

Corey loved the beach, his work, family and friends. He enjoyed adventure and creating with his hands and he always helped his neighbors and friends.

He passed away in Florida on August 8, 2006 of an enlarged heart, and further coronary problems.

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I can not tell you how my heart sinks at the news of Corey's passing, even though I am 8 months late to hear of it.

It was a lifetime ago when I first met him . . . if I'm not mistaken, I was but 12, maybe 13. He was with Victor Baer (who I talked to today, and sends his condolences).

I practically grew up at the "Breding House" on Nina Pl. It was a second home in many ways.

I last saw Corey 20 years ago when he was 25. It was at Areta Yomono's funeral, on June 13, 1987. I remember walking up to Corey, embracing him. We lost our composure together.

While it is true that it's been a long time since Corey and I last saw each other, I've often believed that time can have no bearing on the heart.

I don't often think of the past. The places, the times...all long faded, now that every-day challenges take precedence.

But, every once in a while, my mind drifts back to where I come from, and I am reminded who I am, by those I have loved.

I loved Corey Breding...He was like an older brother to me.

I hear his "infectious giggle" as I close my eyes in remembrance.

I can see him perfectly in my heart . . . and he's smiling from ear to ear.

Lolly, Marlo, Lance, Tracy, Brett, Brenda...you and your family have my deepest sympathy and affection.

Please accept my heartfelt condolence, on behalf of all those who knew and loved your wonderful brother.

We can never forget him.

God Bless him. God bless all of you.

James "Shannon" Prince





~EAGLES FLY~


Sunday morning . . . "9 am" . . . I saw fire in the sky . . .

I felt my heart pound in my chest . . . I heard an Eagle cry . . .


Now I'm alive, I can breath the air, feel the wind, smell the earth in the air . . .

I watch an Eagle rise above the trees . . . project myself into what he sees . . .


Take it me away . . . come on and fly me away . . . pick me up so high . . . where Eagles fly!


I often dream I sail through the sky . . . I've always wished I could fly . . .

The simple life of a bird on the wing . . . oh Lord I could sing!


Take me away . . . come on fly me away . . . take me up so high . . . where Eagles fly!


I'm alive . . . I breathe the air . . . wash the earth from my face . . .

I catch a glimpse of another dream. . I turn . . . I look . . . there's no trace . . .


Take me away . . . come on fly me away . . . I wanna fly away . . .

Pick me up so high . . . where Eagles fly!


~Sammy Hagar~

Corey Lane Breding was welcomed into the hands of his heavenly father on August 8, 2006.

He was meet by his parents Corral & Jane Breding, his sister Sondra and his first wife Monica Breeze.

Corey was born on August 28, 1961 in Santa Monica, CA, he grew up and attended schools in Culver City, CA.

His death leaves an emptiness in the hearts of his beloved wife, Susan and his brothers and sisters, Lolly and Tom Lainge, Marlo and Pam Breding, Tracy and Ludell Breding, Brenda Stanley and Brett and Juanita Breding.

All of Corey's brothers and sisters now reside in Oregon.

His step-children Kristi-Anna, Kevin, Kyle and Kory McDaniel and Sean Breeze whom Corey raised into adulthood, Sean's wife, Dawn and child Jared.

Corey loved the beach, his work, family and friends. He enjoyed adventure and creating with his hands and he always helped his neighbors and friends.

He passed away in Florida on August 8, 2006 of an enlarged heart, and further coronary problems.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


I can not tell you how my heart sinks at the news of Corey's passing, even though I am 8 months late to hear of it.

It was a lifetime ago when I first met him . . . if I'm not mistaken, I was but 12, maybe 13. He was with Victor Baer (who I talked to today, and sends his condolences).

I practically grew up at the "Breding House" on Nina Pl. It was a second home in many ways.

I last saw Corey 20 years ago when he was 25. It was at Areta Yomono's funeral, on June 13, 1987. I remember walking up to Corey, embracing him. We lost our composure together.

While it is true that it's been a long time since Corey and I last saw each other, I've often believed that time can have no bearing on the heart.

I don't often think of the past. The places, the times...all long faded, now that every-day challenges take precedence.

But, every once in a while, my mind drifts back to where I come from, and I am reminded who I am, by those I have loved.

I loved Corey Breding...He was like an older brother to me.

I hear his "infectious giggle" as I close my eyes in remembrance.

I can see him perfectly in my heart . . . and he's smiling from ear to ear.

Lolly, Marlo, Lance, Tracy, Brett, Brenda...you and your family have my deepest sympathy and affection.

Please accept my heartfelt condolence, on behalf of all those who knew and loved your wonderful brother.

We can never forget him.

God Bless him. God bless all of you.

James "Shannon" Prince





~EAGLES FLY~


Sunday morning . . . "9 am" . . . I saw fire in the sky . . .

I felt my heart pound in my chest . . . I heard an Eagle cry . . .


Now I'm alive, I can breath the air, feel the wind, smell the earth in the air . . .

I watch an Eagle rise above the trees . . . project myself into what he sees . . .


Take it me away . . . come on and fly me away . . . pick me up so high . . . where Eagles fly!


I often dream I sail through the sky . . . I've always wished I could fly . . .

The simple life of a bird on the wing . . . oh Lord I could sing!


Take me away . . . come on fly me away . . . take me up so high . . . where Eagles fly!


I'm alive . . . I breathe the air . . . wash the earth from my face . . .

I catch a glimpse of another dream. . I turn . . . I look . . . there's no trace . . .


Take me away . . . come on fly me away . . . I wanna fly away . . .

Pick me up so high . . . where Eagles fly!


~Sammy Hagar~


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