Corbin Brown Obituary, Death – On Friday, December 2, 2022, Corbin Wesley Brown, who was 19 years old and lived in Wichita, Kansas, passed suddenly. Brian and Patricia Brown welcomed their son Corbin into the world on May 1, 2003, in Wichita, Kansas.
In May of 2021, Corbin received his diploma from Goddard High School, where he earned honors. After that, he continued his education at Wichita State University in pursuit of a degree in mechanical engineering. During his time as a college student, he held the position of Manufacturing Engineer Intern at Aerospace Systems & Components.

Corbin developed a deep love for life, animals, and everyone he met along his path as a direct result of his interactions with the environment around him and the experiences they afforded him. Fishing, hunting, motocross, going to the lake, snowboarding, spending time with his nephew and nieces, adoring his dogs Beretta and Benelli, and having fun with friends and family were all things that Corbin enjoyed doing in his own time. These recollections will always be treasured.

His “brother from another mother and father,” Randall Copeland; his parents Brian and Patricia; his grandparents Earl (Gene) and Marcene Brown; his grandparents Joe and Nelda McAnally; his sister Alecia Mertz and husband, Jaron; along with their children Kaden, Oaklee, and Laken; his brother Caleb Brown and wife, Raegan; his aunt Traci Nichols and husband, Larry; along with their son Logan; and his aunt Kathryn Sel

There will be a viewing and visitation for Corbin on the evening of Thursday, December 8, 2022, from five o’clock in evening until seven o’clock in the evening at Resthaven Mortuary, located at 11800 West Highway 54 in Wichita. A memorial service honoring the deceased will be placed on Friday, December 9, 2022, at three o’clock in the afternoon at Country Acres Baptist Church, which is located at 8810 W. 10th St. N. in Wichita. To celebrate Corbin’s sense of style and impeccable taste in clothing, you are welcome to dress in an upscale casual manner and to wear your Hey Dude shoes, if you own a pair.

Donations of dog food, toys, and accessories can be brought to the celebration for the newly formed Corbi’s Canine Cave for his cherished pups in place of flowers. Additionally, memorial gifts can be made to the Kansas Humane Society or the Stop Suicide ICT in Corbin’s honor.