John Korber

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John Korber

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Our brother and best friend left us on Dec. 28, 2018.

John Korber was born on Oct. 25, 1947, in Billings, to Clifford and Eileene Korber. He grew up in Custer, graduating from Custer High School in 1965. He attended Montana State University before entering the United States Army, where he was stationed in Germany. Upon returning back to Montana, he worked on the family farm and worked for Kemph Ranch for 25 years. He retired to Billings in 2011. He was an avid fisherman and hunter and took several fishing trips to Alaska. He enjoyed reading and visiting with his neighbors.

He is preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his brother William Korber, sister Lorrie (Steve) Niles, and sister Donna (Sam) Mohr. Nieces and nephews include Amanda (Ben) Shorten, Dan (Jaimie) Mohr, Andy Mohr, Kim (Ian) McRae, Alex (Andrea) Niles and great-niece and great-nephew Sammy and Kaylee Mohr.

Per John’s request no funeral will be held.

Later.

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4 thoughts on “John Korber”

  1. We were saddened to hear of John’s passing. He was a good man with a kind heart. When John and Willy were on the family farm as with my relatives on our farm, I fondly remember the good times we shared when we could get away and gather in Custer. I particularly remember stuffing as many people as we could in a car and travelling into Billings to watch Mustang baseball games. The fun and memories we shared are priceless.

  2. Shane & Shawn Strecker

    Willie, Lorrie, Donna & families – So sorry to hear of John’s passing. We are thinking of all of you.

  3. Dan & Betty Lou Nielson

    Willie , Lorrie, Donna& families – Johns passing was way to soon, going to miss the time we spent with him. Sorry for your loss

  4. Willie, Lorrie, Donna and families, Our sincere sympathy to each of you in your loss. John was such a kind, friendly, life-long friend. Many memories of our families working together and of events at CHS. Our prayers. God Bless. Peg, Belva, Rick, Cody and families.

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