Posted: June 10th, 2021

1965 ~ 2021


After a brave battle with cancer, Corey Beierbach passed away peacefully in Medicine Hat on Monday, June 7, 2021, at the age of 56 years. Left to cherish Corey’s memory are his children: daughter, Kayla (Steven); son, Marshall and stepson, Vincent (Kyla); grandchildren, Mya, Ava, and Owen; siblings, Landon and Laura; niece, Carissa and nephew, Mitchell as well as countless other friends and family members. Corey was predeceased by his parents, Len and Marlene; brother, Randy and his stepdaughter, Krystal. Corey was a rockstar… he was the most chill, understanding, fair, compassionate and real person you could have ever met. His love for life was fuelled by his children, grandchildren, love of his family and friends, and of course his guitar. Corey could spend hours playing guitar, wrote a lot of his own music and enjoyed many years playing alongside his band mates from the Straight Jackets. Corey could often be heard saying “I still have lots of love to give the world”, and that he did! To know him was to love and adore him. He will be so dearly missed. A Private Family Celebration of Corey’s life will be held in the coming days. (Condolences may be expressed by visiting our website at Honoured to serve the family is


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3 Condolences for “COREY BEIERBACH”

  1. Harold Bertelsen says:

    Condolences to Corey’s family, he was a great guy and very talented. Heaven has gained another Angel. Corey is now with his Mom and Dad and brother. Fly with the Angels Corey and keep a watchful eye on your beloved family on earth. Freda and Harold.

  2. Jean Richardson says:

    So sorry Laura-my heart goes out to you and your family. Wishing you a long distance hug. Love Jean

  3. rouz bruce rawji says:

    ty for our friendships the music gifts the chats the jams the performances being you to all you knew AND LOVE!

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