Obituary of Linda K Corbett
Corbett, Linda K. (nee Lowe) of Buffalo, NY entered into rest April 28, 2022; Beloved wife of the late Gerald Corbett; devoted mother of Jamar (Crystal) Corbett, Cortney (Bonnie) Corbett, Darius Corbett and Byron (Jacquelyn) Corbett; cherished grandmother of Jamanye, Rachel, Hannah, Brittany, Brooklyn, Aaron, Niyla and Oni; adored daughter of the late Walter and Rose Lowe; loving sister of Darrell Lowe and the late Karen (Robert) Davis; also survived by a host of nieces and nephews. Family and friends may visit Dayspring C.O.G.I.P. , 2628 Bailey Ave., Buffalo, NY on Tuesday, May 10th at 11AM where a funeral service will immediately follow. Interment Buffalo Cemetery. Arrangements by LOMBARDO FUNERAL HOME (Northtowns Chapel) Amherst, NY
Tuesday, May 10, 2022 Dayspring Church of God of Prophecy 2628 Bailey Avenue Buffalo, New York 14215 Bishop Marion Richey
Linda Corbett was born to the late Walter and Rose Lowe on March 14, 1952; she departed on April 28, 2022. Linda grew up in Buffalo, New York and received her formal education in the Buffalo Public Schools, attending, East High School. In 1976, Linda met the love of her life, Gerald Corbett, and was united in holy matrimony in April 1978. This union was blessed with four sons: Jamar, Cortney, Darius, and Byron. Linda served as a faithful member of Dayspring Church of God of Prophecy for over 40 years. She especially enjoyed her many roles in the youth ministry. Linda worked for the Buffalo Public School district; PS #3, Early Childhood PS #82 and the Adult Education Learning Center working with Refugees. After dedicating over 30 years, she recently retired from BPS district. Linda loved sports; she was a high school cheerleader, played college volleyball, basketball and lovingly coached little league football and basketball for her four fabulous sons. Throughout the years she watched them excel in high school, college and becoming successful men who blessed her with three amazing God-fearing daughters-in-law’s and a host of grandchildren. In her leisure time, she enjoyed watching Life Below Zero, Wicked Tuna, Swamped People, How to Catch a Smuggler, and Building Off Grid, to name a few. Linda also enjoyed playing games, like Candy Crush, Words With Friends, Wordscape and board games. She was a pillar to her family, “neighborhood mom” and enjoyed bringing everyone together. Also, affectionately known by her sons as, “Wang Queen.” Linda was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald, brother, Eddie Lowe & sister, Karen Davis; she leaves to cherish her memory, her brother Darrell Lowe (Anna) and four sons: Jamar (Crystal), Cortney (Bonnie), Darius, Byron (Jacque). Nine grandchildren: Jamanye, Richard, Hannah, Rachel, Brittany, Brooklyn, Oni, Aaron, Niyla; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.