Clifford Clinton Corwin Jr. “Spud”

Clifford Clinton Corwin Jr., “Spud”, passed away in Taholah, on Aug. 21, 2019, at age 75.

Clifford Clinton “Spud” Corwin Jr. passed away in Taholah, on Aug. 21, 2019, at age 75. He was born on Dec. 4, 1943, in Bay Center, Washington, to Clifford Clinton and Ethel Etta (Bastian) Corwin.

He lived in Raymond, Washington for the past 41 years with his cherished wife, Laura Corwin, and their loving blended family.

They had several children, including: Amanda Corwin, Kathi Killen, Korrina Dalke, Colleen Nissell, Jodi Karlsvik, Erika Ekman, Ken Corwin, and Shannon Rodde, as well as many grandchildren and great- grandchildren.

Spud owned his own business, Corwin Cutting, but was also a sergeant in the U.S. Army, a commercial fisherman and a proud member of the Quinault Indian Nation.

He had a passion for hunting, fishing, driving on the beach and in the woods, going on road trips with his wife and attending family events.

Spud and Laura met in high school but reconnected with each other at the H&H cafe in South Bend, Washington in 1978 and married three months later. Just prior to his passing, they were planning to renew their vows on their upcoming wedding anniversary.

Spud will be remembered as a person who was kind and generous, always helped others in need and had enormous love for his family.

The funeral service will be on Sept. 14, 2019, at 11 a.m. at the Crossroads Church, 707 Commercial St, Raymond. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Arrangements are by the Coleman Mortuary in Hoquiam.

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