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   Lora Leona “Corbin” Lindsey, 55, of Lewistown, Missouri, formerly of Knox City, MO, died Saturday, February 9, 2008, at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois.

   Born October 18, 1952 in Knox City, MO, she was the daughter of Mont and Ethel Ryan Corbin.

   She attended Knox City, Lewis County, and Palmyra schools.  Lora lived most of her adult life in the state of Michigan and worked as a waitress and bartender.  She loved flowers, especially roses, and was an avid collector of elephant figurines.  Her great love was when her grandchildren came to visit.

   She is survived by three daughters: Shelly Buchanan and fiancé, Dusty Logsdon of LaBelle, MO; Jean Roush and husband Adam of Shelbina, MO, and Paula Roush and husband Chris of Shelbina, MO; three granddaughters: Georgia Roush, Elizabeth Roush, and Charlie Roush; six grandsons: Levi Spangler, Cody Spangler, Randy Buchanan, Michael Fisk, Trey Roush, and Christopher Roush; four brothers: Jackie Corbin and wife Diane of the state of Tennessee, Mont Corbin of Lewistown, MO, Leroy Corbin and wife Kathy of Knox City, MO, and Dane Corbin and wife Melissa of the state of Ohio; two sisters: Gerogia Edwards and husband Larry of Knox City, MO, and Bertha Anderson of Knox City, MO, and Mrs. Lindsey’s husband Howard Lindsey.

   She is also survived by one aunt, Barbara Rose Ryan Doyle of Knox City, MO, and several nieces and nephews.

   Preceding her in death were her parents, one brother Junior Corbin and one grandson, Brian Riggins, Jr.

   Funeral services were Tuesday, February 12, 2008 in the Coder Funeral Chapel with Rev. Mike Wilson officiating.  Burial will be at a later date.

   Memorials may be made to the OAT’s public transportation of Shelbina, MO and may be left at or mailed to the Coder Funeral Chapel, PO Box 151, LaBelle, Missouri, 63447.