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Joe Bryan Corder was born in Monticello, Ky. on July 24, 1944 the son of the late Scott Freeman and Etta Anderson Corder.
He departed this life Monday, January 8, 2018 in Indianapolis, Ind. reaching an age of 73 years.
In 1962 he was married in Monticello and moved to Indianapolis in 1963. To this marriage a daughter was bornLana Jo Corder, who
survives and makes her home in Indianapolis.
Also surviving are his brothersGene, Scott, George and Gary Corder with several nieces, nephews and great-nieces and great-nephews to mourn his passing.
He is preceded in death by his brotherJack Corder.
He accepted Christ as his Savior as a very young man and became a lifetime member of the Rogers Grove Baptist Church.
While in Indiana he acquired his Journey-man Carpenters License and worked in the construction business for some years. He acquired further education and became a tool and die maker working for several companies. He obtained a state mechanics license and owned and operated a car sales and repair business.
He built and ran an asphalt stockcar with a partner at Indianapolis Raceway Park and other high bank tracks around Indiana.
He has a patent recorded in the United States Patent Office for inventing a Ball Joint removal tool.
He returned to Monticello where he ran the Pic-Pac Grocery Store and ran an auction house for several years.
He was an adventurous man, with a zest for life and a big personality.
And most important he was the best Daddy a girl could have.
Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Friday, January 12, 2018 in the funeral home chapel with Bro. Danny Bell officiating. Burial was in the Rogers Grove Cemetery.
Hickey and Son Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Published on January 16, 2018
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