Corey Wilcox

Corey Marshall Wilcox

April 3, 1983 - August 30, 2020
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BRUNSWICK - Corey Marshall Wilcox, 37, a beloved husband, son, brother and friend passed away unexpectedly, Saturday, August 30, 2020. Born in Portland, April 3,1983, he was the son of Marshall and Nancy Grace (Durr) Wilcox.

Corey grew up in Brewer, a graduate of Brewer High School in 2001, he attended Husson University where he earned an associate’s degree. In 2011, he married Megan Thibodeau and they made their home in Portland with their rescue dog, Betty, before moving to Brunswick in 2018. Corey was committed to the Maine food and beverage industry where he served as a waiter, restaurant manager, and a craft beer & wine account executive. As the son of outdoor enthusiasts, he had a passion for camping, hiking, and snowboarding. An avid sports fan, Corey enjoyed playing golf, watching the Patriots and even served as an announcer at local area schools. Corey touched the lives of so many with his kind heart and tireless work ethic.

Corey is survived by his wife Megan Wilcox of Brunswick; his father Marshall Wilcox; sister Candice Wilcox and her companion Adam Hartman all of Brewer; his in-laws John and Deirdre (McCarty) Thibodeau of Rockland; sister-in-law Katie Thibodeau and Charles Sechrest of Portland; his grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Corey was predeceased by his mother Nancy Grace Wilcox.

Corey will be lovingly remembered by his colleagues at Vacationland Distributors of Westbrook.

In acknowledgment of the health concerns presented by the pandemic, a celebration of Corey’s life will be held at a later date. All are invited to share memories and condolences with his family here on his Book of Memories.

Those who wish to remember Corey in a special way may make gifts in his memory to either, METAvivor, 1783 Forest Dr., #184 Annapolis, MD 21401, in support of metastatic breast cancer research, support and awareness or the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, P.O. Box 336, Westbrook, ME 04098.

Arrangements are in the care of Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock Street, Rockland.
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Phyllis Havens

Posted at 02:17pm
My heart is breaking for you, Megan, and for his father and sister. I am Andy Matson’s mother-in-law, mother to Lizzy Mayhew, and had the delight and pleasure to have Corey And you as part of our wedding celebration for Andy and LIzzy those 8 years ago. I met Corey and Megan again most recently at my grandson Caleb’s first birthday party in Wakefield. As a widow who lost my husband also suddenly in a tragic fishing accident 6 years ago, I share the indescribable experience of shock and grief of such a loss. I send you my most heartfelt sympathies and condolences for your loss of Corey, so young, so soon. He was loved and I know Andy’s heart is broken as well. .. May you all find peace and know healing in time. Blessed Be, Phyllis Havens

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