Corinne Danielle Welch, 35, of Rayville, died Thursday July 23, 2020 at Liberty Hospital.
Corinne was born January 5, 1985 in North Kansas City, Missouri, to Candace McClain and Ron Welch. She grew up in Lawson and Richmond, graduating from Richmond High School in 2003. Corinne worked as a phlebotomist for most of her professional career and took great pride in her skills.
Corinne is best remembered for her easy smile, kind heart and love of children. She loved spending time with family, music and reading. She spent many hours volunteering her time collecting for charity with Ed’s Posse.
Corinne was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Jerry and Ann McClain.
She is survived by her daughter, Callan Earnest; her father, Ron Welch; her mother, Candace McClain (Kevin Schwab); her sisters, Janie Welch (Jeremy Henke), Meagan Schwab (Tony Sanders), and brother, Kolt Schwab (Jodie Schwab). She treasured her nieces, Hazel, Payslee, Kaydence, Kynlee and Brooklyn. She also leaves behind paternal grandparents, Ron and Marlene Welch, her aunts, uncles and cousins.
There will be no formal services, but plans for a celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home Lawson Chapel.
Our Sincere Condolences
Sending my Condolences to all of you.I had a pleasure and working with her at Ray County.She was a wonderful person to U2 get to know. God Bless all of you.
My dearest Corinne,
I will always remember the love you showed to everyone, your beautiful smile and the way you loved without reservation!! I know you are free now to roam Heaven and you will always have a special place in my heart forever !! Fly high my sweet angel love you always.
Your smile and laugh were absolutely wonderful. Your beautiful face and sarcasm were always a delight in the emergency room. You were so loved by so many and will be missed very much but remembered with the beauty and love you shared with us. God’s grace upon you my sweet girl.
So sorry for the lost of a sweet girl. I loved working with her. So sad to hear of her passing.
Sincerely, Jeanne Oyler