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Corey Lynn Stevenson 

June 12, 1974 – July 10, 2022


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Corey Lynn Stevenson (née Lederhouse), 48, of Queen Creek, Arizona, passed away Sunday, July 10, 2022.

For those lucky enough to know Corey, she was an endless source of light that made the lives of everyone she touched so much brighter. Her passion for her family, for all things Disney, for her Oilers and her Roughriders fueled a life filled with experiences and accomplishments that serves as the standard for those left behind.

Corey’s engaging spirit, her joyous sense of humor and her ability to make everyone feel like their best selves around her will be her endearing legacy; Corey loved hard, she laughed loud, and she never stopped putting other people first.

She was born in Regina, fell in love in Edmonton, had the most perfect baby in Sherwood Park and built a life in Arizona. Corey loved being in her favorite places – Taylor Field, Rexall Place, Disneyland – and in the front row of the audience for her daughter Grace. Corey cheered and clapped and cried – often all three during the same game – and her passion was contagious. Her closet is littered with jerseys and memorabilia, the by-product of fandom and experiences and adventures that spanned Saskatchewan, Alberta, Arizona, and the globe. Corey was a fan of life.

Corey’s career was dedicated to public service – first in Community Health for Capital Health, then at Family & Community Services for Strathcona County, and finally in Admissions for Arizona State University. She was a graduate of both the University of Alberta (Bachelor of Physical Education) and Arizona State University (Master of Education), and at each and every stop Corey made lifelong friends that will remember and honor her today and forever.

Corey is survived by her husband, Rob, and her daughter, Grace. She will be forever loved by her father, Rod (Gail), her brother Craig (Kimberley, Susanna and Gabe) and her sister, Kayla. She will be forever cherished by her FIL & MIL, Trevor & Sandi, GG Eleanor, and her brother-in-law Andrew (Mel, Seth & Josie). Corey was predeceased by her mother, Patricia.

Corey will be forever celebrated by each of her extended Konescni, Lederhouse and McDavid families, her amazing aunts and uncles, and her fabulous cousins. You will never meet a finer stock of prairie folk, with a lifetime and legacy of love that Corey truly embodied.

Finally, Corey will be forever a part of the lives of the family she chose (and that chose her) – the Boleys (Nick, Tammy, Autumn & Max) and the Edwardsons (Adam, Kara, Rayna, Emilia and Aleria). The list of people who Corey’s life touched is simply too long, but if you are reading this, please know you are on that list. Corey was fortunate to find true love in her friends, time and time again, and the role her friends played in her life can never be understated.

Please join us in a Celebration of Life for Corey this Saturday, July 16th at 3 p.m. at the San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S. Ellsworth Rd. Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142.

A final thought: it may be uncomfortable to talk about suicide, but even a fleeting thought cannot be ignored. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please call 988 or 800.273.8255 in the US or 833.456.4566 in Canada.

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17 responses to “Corey Lynn Stevenson ”

  1. Jean Bell says:

    I loved your sense of humour and the joy you brought to everyone who knew you! You will be missed my friend ❤️

  2. Judy Perreault (Graves) says:

    Beautifully written The last statement brings it home🙏
    I am a long time family friend and distant cousin of the Lederhouse family. I only met Corey a couple times but got to know her through her mom, dad and grandma Betty. Take care.

  3. Dave leaderhouse says:

    To rod and Craig and families – I am so sorry to hear this. I remember babysitting her and Craig many years ago and thoroughly enjoyed being around her please take care – Dave Leaderhouse

  4. Gloria Rojas says:

    We hope these words will help in some small way to ease the grief you feel in the loss of your loved one , from, Puentes Rojas Family , Regina Sk , Canada

  5. Kimberly and David Feser says:

    Rob and Grace, I am so sorry to learn of your loss. She has definitely left behind memories for us all to cherish.

  6. Tracy Dean says:

    To Rob, Grace, Sandra, Trevor and the rest of Corey’s extended family. I am so deeply sorry for your incredible loss. I’m keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. 💞

  7. Sonny Charette says:

    Our most heartfelt condolences on your loss.

  8. Don Onischak says:

    Rod
    My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

  9. Marlene Skaalrud & Family, Regina, SK. July 14, 2022 says:

    My sincere condolences to All:
    While I do not recall meeting Corey Lynn, I do know Rod & Gail, life long dear friends, who are like the family we meet along the road of life; and who spoke highly, proudly, lovingly of Corey. And this touching memoriam definitely reflects their profound love and admiration for the beautiful accomplished soul Corey became.
    Parents should never have to say goodbye to a child before our time is up. Sadly, sometimes yes.
    We were blessed to have Corey for as long as we did, let us celebrate that. Her cherished memories will sustain us at this tragic time and she will continue to endure through darling Grace.
    God always takes the Best Ones far too soon…… Corey you are at Peace now. And we look forward to “Seeing You Again one Day on the Other Side Dear” !! 😊❤️
    My Thoughts and Prayers to All.
    With Much Love, Care, and Blessings,
    Marlene Skaalrud & Family ✝️💜
    Regina, SK.
    July 14, 2022

  10. Michael Allen says:

    A beautiful obituary for Corey that captures a glimmer of that light that once beamed from her. Gone too soon. Thinking of Gracie, Rod, Rob, and all the hearts broken by this tremendous tragedy.

  11. Nkechi says:

    Corey and I worked together at Scott National/Serca Food services many years ago. I remember the day we meet and how quickly I realized “she was my people”. We were fast friends brought together by an amazing sense of humor and well timed sarcasm. When I think about our friendship I just think of the non stop laughing. We laughed ALL THE TIME. So much fun and I will continue cherish all of the memories. I will be watching one of our favorite movies (That Thing You Do) this weekend In honour of my friend. I miss you and wish I was there for you.

  12. Jerry Spinarski says:

    Rod and family my thoughts are with you in you time of loss.

  13. Daena Galandie says:

    I am so very sorry for your loss🙏 Corey was my best friend when we went to St Joan of Arc in Regina. I absolutely loved going to her house for lunch cause we made the best KD together. May you Rest In Peace my sweet ol’ buddy. Prayers go out to your family at this very difficult time . May God Bless. 🙏

  14. Jenna Ervin says:

    I always admired Corey’s passion for helping others. We worked in partnership with each other at ASU and I will never forget how easy to talk to, kind, and caring she was. Every time we saw each other, we would talk about her daughter and how excited she was to attend ASU. I had the pleasure of meeting her daughter at a college fair. Corey was a proud Sun Devil whose love for education was contagious. She made me feel understood and cared for every time we were together. Corey even helped me when I was writing a paper for grad school and I had moved into a new position. I’m so thankful I was able to know her and learn from her. Gone but never forgotten <3

  15. Donna Benson says:

    I worked at ASU and knew Corey. Although I retired 3 years ago, I still remember her smile and friendliness. She will be missed!

  16. Meighan MacFarlane says:

    Words are inadequate to convey my heart-felt sadness to hear of this tragic news. I met Corey in Sherwood Park; we were in a new mom’s group together. It’s been years since I have seen her, but I vividly remember how beautiful she was inside and out, how incredibly authentic, warm, and kind she was, and what a true honour and pleasure it was to be in her presence. Sending so much love to Rob, Grace, and family. May you find comfort in the beautiful memories, and may you be surrounded with love as you begin to navigate this unimaginable loss.

  17. Jessica Schultz says:

    I’m so sorry for this great loss. I worked with Corey at ASU. She is one of the most kind and genuine people I’ve met. Prayers and best wishes to her family. ❤️

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Corey Lynn Stevenson 

June 12, 1974 – July 10, 2022


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Corey Lynn Stevenson (née Lederhouse), 48, of Queen Creek, Arizona, passed away Sunday, July 10, 2022.

For those lucky enough to know Corey, she was an endless source of light that made the lives of everyone she touched so much brighter. Her passion for her family, for all things Disney, for her Oilers and her Roughriders fueled a life filled with experiences and accomplishments that serves as the standard for those left behind.

Corey’s engaging spirit, her joyous sense of humor and her ability to make everyone feel like their best selves around her will be her endearing legacy; Corey loved hard, she laughed loud, and she never stopped putting other people first.

She was born in Regina, fell in love in Edmonton, had the most perfect baby in Sherwood Park and built a life in Arizona. Corey loved being in her favorite places – Taylor Field, Rexall Place, Disneyland – and in the front row of the audience for her daughter Grace. Corey cheered and clapped and cried – often all three during the same game – and her passion was contagious. Her closet is littered with jerseys and memorabilia, the by-product of fandom and experiences and adventures that spanned Saskatchewan, Alberta, Arizona, and the globe. Corey was a fan of life.

Corey’s career was dedicated to public service – first in Community Health for Capital Health, then at Family & Community Services for Strathcona County, and finally in Admissions for Arizona State University. She was a graduate of both the University of Alberta (Bachelor of Physical Education) and Arizona State University (Master of Education), and at each and every stop Corey made lifelong friends that will remember and honor her today and forever.

Corey is survived by her husband, Rob, and her daughter, Grace. She will be forever loved by her father, Rod (Gail), her brother Craig (Kimberley, Susanna and Gabe) and her sister, Kayla. She will be forever cherished by her FIL & MIL, Trevor & Sandi, GG Eleanor, and her brother-in-law Andrew (Mel, Seth & Josie). Corey was predeceased by her mother, Patricia.

Corey will be forever celebrated by each of her extended Konescni, Lederhouse and McDavid families, her amazing aunts and uncles, and her fabulous cousins. You will never meet a finer stock of prairie folk, with a lifetime and legacy of love that Corey truly embodied.

Finally, Corey will be forever a part of the lives of the family she chose (and that chose her) – the Boleys (Nick, Tammy, Autumn & Max) and the Edwardsons (Adam, Kara, Rayna, Emilia and Aleria). The list of people who Corey’s life touched is simply too long, but if you are reading this, please know you are on that list. Corey was fortunate to find true love in her friends, time and time again, and the role her friends played in her life can never be understated.

Please join us in a Celebration of Life for Corey this Saturday, July 16th at 3 p.m. at the San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S. Ellsworth Rd. Queen Creek, Arizona, 85142.

A final thought: it may be uncomfortable to talk about suicide, but even a fleeting thought cannot be ignored. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please call 988 or 800.273.8255 in the US or 833.456.4566 in Canada.

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17 responses to “Corey Lynn Stevenson ”

  1. Jean Bell says:

    I loved your sense of humour and the joy you brought to everyone who knew you! You will be missed my friend ❤️

  2. Judy Perreault (Graves) says:

    Beautifully written The last statement brings it home🙏
    I am a long time family friend and distant cousin of the Lederhouse family. I only met Corey a couple times but got to know her through her mom, dad and grandma Betty. Take care.

  3. Dave leaderhouse says:

    To rod and Craig and families – I am so sorry to hear this. I remember babysitting her and Craig many years ago and thoroughly enjoyed being around her please take care – Dave Leaderhouse

  4. Gloria Rojas says:

    We hope these words will help in some small way to ease the grief you feel in the loss of your loved one , from, Puentes Rojas Family , Regina Sk , Canada

  5. Kimberly and David Feser says:

    Rob and Grace, I am so sorry to learn of your loss. She has definitely left behind memories for us all to cherish.

  6. Tracy Dean says:

    To Rob, Grace, Sandra, Trevor and the rest of Corey’s extended family. I am so deeply sorry for your incredible loss. I’m keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. 💞

  7. Sonny Charette says:

    Our most heartfelt condolences on your loss.

  8. Don Onischak says:

    Rod
    My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

  9. Marlene Skaalrud & Family, Regina, SK. July 14, 2022 says:

    My sincere condolences to All:
    While I do not recall meeting Corey Lynn, I do know Rod & Gail, life long dear friends, who are like the family we meet along the road of life; and who spoke highly, proudly, lovingly of Corey. And this touching memoriam definitely reflects their profound love and admiration for the beautiful accomplished soul Corey became.
    Parents should never have to say goodbye to a child before our time is up. Sadly, sometimes yes.
    We were blessed to have Corey for as long as we did, let us celebrate that. Her cherished memories will sustain us at this tragic time and she will continue to endure through darling Grace.
    God always takes the Best Ones far too soon…… Corey you are at Peace now. And we look forward to “Seeing You Again one Day on the Other Side Dear” !! 😊❤️
    My Thoughts and Prayers to All.
    With Much Love, Care, and Blessings,
    Marlene Skaalrud & Family ✝️💜
    Regina, SK.
    July 14, 2022

  10. Michael Allen says:

    A beautiful obituary for Corey that captures a glimmer of that light that once beamed from her. Gone too soon. Thinking of Gracie, Rod, Rob, and all the hearts broken by this tremendous tragedy.

  11. Nkechi says:

    Corey and I worked together at Scott National/Serca Food services many years ago. I remember the day we meet and how quickly I realized “she was my people”. We were fast friends brought together by an amazing sense of humor and well timed sarcasm. When I think about our friendship I just think of the non stop laughing. We laughed ALL THE TIME. So much fun and I will continue cherish all of the memories. I will be watching one of our favorite movies (That Thing You Do) this weekend In honour of my friend. I miss you and wish I was there for you.

  12. Jerry Spinarski says:

    Rod and family my thoughts are with you in you time of loss.

  13. Daena Galandie says:

    I am so very sorry for your loss🙏 Corey was my best friend when we went to St Joan of Arc in Regina. I absolutely loved going to her house for lunch cause we made the best KD together. May you Rest In Peace my sweet ol’ buddy. Prayers go out to your family at this very difficult time . May God Bless. 🙏

  14. Jenna Ervin says:

    I always admired Corey’s passion for helping others. We worked in partnership with each other at ASU and I will never forget how easy to talk to, kind, and caring she was. Every time we saw each other, we would talk about her daughter and how excited she was to attend ASU. I had the pleasure of meeting her daughter at a college fair. Corey was a proud Sun Devil whose love for education was contagious. She made me feel understood and cared for every time we were together. Corey even helped me when I was writing a paper for grad school and I had moved into a new position. I’m so thankful I was able to know her and learn from her. Gone but never forgotten <3

  15. Donna Benson says:

    I worked at ASU and knew Corey. Although I retired 3 years ago, I still remember her smile and friendliness. She will be missed!

  16. Meighan MacFarlane says:

    Words are inadequate to convey my heart-felt sadness to hear of this tragic news. I met Corey in Sherwood Park; we were in a new mom’s group together. It’s been years since I have seen her, but I vividly remember how beautiful she was inside and out, how incredibly authentic, warm, and kind she was, and what a true honour and pleasure it was to be in her presence. Sending so much love to Rob, Grace, and family. May you find comfort in the beautiful memories, and may you be surrounded with love as you begin to navigate this unimaginable loss.

  17. Jessica Schultz says:

    I’m so sorry for this great loss. I worked with Corey at ASU. She is one of the most kind and genuine people I’ve met. Prayers and best wishes to her family. ❤️

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