Corbin McMillen
July 21.1978 – February19, 2021

Corbin McMillen, age 42, passed away February 19, 2021. He was born July 21, 1978 at the Salt Lake City LDS Hospital. Corbin married Rebekah Turk July 6, 2001 in the Oakland California Temple.

Corbin spent his first twelve years in several communities in the Salt Lake City area. He then moved to Granite Bay, California which he considered his hometown. He graduated from Oakmont High School before attending Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho for one year. He then served in the Pusan Korea Mission for two years. He became sick towards the end of his mission with meningitis or encephalitis according to his Mission President  (who was also a doctor). This had an impact on his health the rest of his life. Corbin loved his mission. He was known to be hard working and fluent in Korean. Corbin enjoyed many sports including basketball. He won awards at camps and competitions during school and made the Sierra College Team in California upon returning from his church mission.

Corbin enjoyed wakeboarding . He was the first in his family to do a 360 and flip. He also excelled at  snowboarding and worked at Squaw Valley for a short time. He also enjoyed Northstar Resort.

During his marriage, Corbin had many short-term jobs. He enjoyed working for the company that installed the tile floors in Sacramento Temple. He was allowed to keep a few pieces of tile as momentos. He eventually went to trucking school and achieved  a 100% score in obtaining his license. He drove a cement truck in Sacramento putting in 60 hour weeks. He also had a trucking job in Virginia.

Corbin loved people. He was gregarious and fun his entire life. He especially loved family gatherings: big or small, close relatives or distant. He really enjoyed entertaining his many nieces and nephews. He also loved his cousins, aunts and uncles. He would bring a hearty laugh from his Great Aunt Ellie when she was talking on the phone with his mother.

Corbin was truly the sunshine in all of our lives.

Corbin is survived by his wife Rebekah Turk McMillen of Citrus Heights, CA; his parents, Gary and Margie Barron of St. George, Utah; siblings: Tyler (Monica) McMillen of Fullerton, CA, Shannon McMillen of Greenacres, WA,  Adam (Keyonna) McMillen of Sparks, NV and Cassandra McMillen of Ogden, Utah. Corbin also has many nieces and nephews.

Corbin was especially grateful for the support of his wife throughout their marriage.

Corbin spent the last  three years of his life assisting with the care of his father, Gary who has BVFTD and is on hospice at home in St. George, Utah.

Funeral services will be Friday, February 26, 2021, 3:00 pm at Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff Street, St. George, Utah with visitation at 2:00pm. Family and friends are invited to view the funeral service online, please log in  to webcast.funeralrecording.com. Type in the event number 48743 and password CCM2021. Burial will be at a later date in Sacramento, CA.

Light dinner will be provided at approximately 4:30pm at Fieldstone Ward – Little Valley Stake Center, 2436 E Crimson Ridge Drive, St. George, Utah 84790.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S Bluff St, St. George, Utah. Friends and family are invited to sign his online guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com

Services

Visitation

2:00 pm
02/26/2021

Second Visitation

Services

3:00 pm
02/26/2021

Address

Spilsbury Mortuary Chapel
110 S. Bluff
St. George, UT

Cemetery

East Lawn Memorial Park
Sacramento, CA

Guest Book

11 Responses

  1. I never knew you but I know and love your mom as my forever friend and sister I never had. Because you are my friend’s dear son, my heart is broken because of your death. God bless you always, forever, eternity and a day. Now that you have entered HeVen, it is now a much better place.
    Please watch over your mom. I love her dearly😔🙏🏻❤️

  2. So sorry for your loss. He was taken to serve on the other side of the veil. Our prayers are for you and your family.

  3. We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers. If we can do anything please let us know.
    We love you

  4. I never had the pleasure of meeting you Corbin, but your dear wife is like a sister to me. You will be missed, but I know you are now serving a higher purpose in heaven. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Love you Rebekah. You know I am here for you for whatever you need.

  5. Our family will sure miss Corbin. He was a great neighbor and friend. He will be so missed. Our hearts ache for your loss.

  6. I did not know your Son, Margie, But as I said, He must have been a wonderful person because he has a wonderful Mother. A great Son, Husband, Brother and Uncle. So Sorry. He will be missed. My Love and Prayers are with You and Your Family. Love, Aunt Ann.

  7. Hey man, You will definitely live in our memories forever, or at least until we can again share a big hug and sit together somewhere over the rainbow. You will be missed, buddy!!

  8. Hey Man, You will definitely live in our memories forever, or at least until we can, once again, embrace and sit together and share a good talk, somewhere over the rainbow. You will be missed, my friend but will carry those fun memories in our hearts!!

  9. I’ve only known Corbin for the past 6 months as I would come & keep his Dad comfortable with Hospice Massage. Corbin was an incredibly sweet man, had an infectious laugh, and was just an overall fun-loving guy!! He will be truly missed indeed. My deepest condolences, love, and prayers go out to his family & friends. ❤️💕🙏🏻❤️💕🙏🏻❤️💕🙏🏻

  10. Corbin, I always loved playing basketball with you, and appreciated your help and service at the many moves we went to together. Carmichael Ward was better for having you as a part of it.

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