Courtney “Corey” Lee Carlson Jr., of Glasgow, Montana passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, February 11, 2023. He was surrounded, supported and eternally loved by his daughter and grandson, sister, cousin and dear friend.
Corey is preceded in death by his parents, Courtney and Harriet Carlson of Opheim. He is survived by his sons, Aaron and Chad; his daughter, Paige and seven loving grandchildren.
A dreamer, artistic soul, and wild spirit; he will be so dearly missed, both by his loving family, and by his friends who cared so deeply for him.
A memorial service will be held at Bell Mortuary on Friday, February 17, 2023 at 1:00pm. A reception and luncheon will follow at the Glasgow VFW beginning at 2:00pm, and all who shared his life and his journey are welcome to attend.
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james burdette says
my sympathy to the family and friends. too young to leave us.
Annette Vegge says
Aaron, Chad and Paige,
Thinking of you all during this difficult time. Hugs and prayers to all of you.
Dean and Annette
James F. Rickley says
Having a crystalline and beautiful voice, I had the pleasure of accompanying Corey often. We spent many hours sharing beer and pizza cussing and discussing the world. I will miss him terribly. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. This was a hard-fought fight.
Donna Dascher says
To the family,
We are so sorry to hear of Corey’s early passing. I pray for comfort and peace, memories that last a lifetime, and love unending.
Gary and Donna
Ronald Edwards says
To the Carlson family,
Please accept my condolences at the loss of Corey. I remember him and enjoyed my visits with him when i visited with him in Opheim and on the phone. I also pray for God’s comfort and peace through this trying time.
Ron and Penny Edwards
Wendy McGee says
Please accept our condolences, during this difficult time. Corey will be greatly missed.
David & Wendy McGee
Danelle Conway says
Deep condolences to the family and friends of Corey. I worked with Corey at Buttreys and at Millard where we became good friends. Corey was so smart and was such a loyal, kind friend. He will be missed.