Lori Elizabeth Corbett Knox was born Feb. 25, 1965, at Abilene Memorial Hospital, the 10th child of Harold and Agatha Reinert Corbett. She died Sept. 9, 2018 at her home in Chapman, KS of heart disease.

She was a life-long resident of Chapman. She graduated from Chapman High School with the Class of 1983 and attended Brown-Mackie Business College, Salina. She had worked at Fort Riley, Russell Stover’s, Chapman Valley Manor, Enterprise Estates, the Salina Journal and Kansas City Star as a route carrier.

She was baptized a Roman Catholic and received her First Communion and Confirmation at St. Michael Church, Chapman. She married David Knox. They later divorced.

Lori was an honest, kind, considerate person who lived simply, never said a bad word about anyone nor complained, always wished others well, and complimented them on their accomplishments. She had been a great help to her mother as her mother’s health began to fail. She shared recipes and followed politics. She often could be seen sitting on the floor playing with her grandchildren, her face showing the pride in them and love she had for them.

She is survived by her children, Heather Leigh Corbett, wife of Russell Siegrist, along with their children, Rilynn Michelle, Hayden Zander, Haddie Brielle, and Ronan Zeke, Valley Falls, Wade Mitchell Corbett, Chapman, and Chelsea Catherine Knox, currently serving with the U.S. Army in South Carolina, her mother and nine older siblings Mildred (George) Fink, Chapman, Wayne (Pamela) Corbett, Kearney, MO, Kenneth (Audrey) Corbett, Abilene, Judith Klocke, Ewing, MO, Mary (Charles) Zimmerman, Junction City, Geraldine (Steve) Hall, Spring Hill, FL, Raymond Corbett (Anita), Chapman, Donna (Randall) Bathurst, Talmage, Daniel (Dee) Corbett, Chapman and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Harold F. Corbett and a brother, Mark Edward Corbett.

A rosary was said at Londeen Funeral Home at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The funeral Mass will be Friday, Sept. 14, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Michael’s Catholic Church with interment following at St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Chapman.

Memorials may be made to Chapman Public Library in care of Londeen Funeral Home, P.O. Box 429, Chapman, KS 67431.

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