Surviving are his mother; Barbara (Don) Benjamin, his brothers; Kevin Critchfield, Jason (Trisha) Vermillion, sister; Karla (Billy) Baker, significant other; Amy Ray, mothers of his children; Chris Peterman, Christine Beery, children; Aubree (Joel) Critchfield, Autumn (Tristan) Francisco, Shelby (Nic) Collins, Seth (Rachael) Collins, Ashley (Eric) Thompson, Cody Ray, grandchildren; Hadley, Aspen, Harper, Leyton, Leland, Carter, Connor, Aurora, Navy, Charlie, Dalton, Jaxtin, Maverick, Aydan, Sutton, Bella, his fur babies; Turbo, Diesel, Baby Girl, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his best friend, Billy Sadler.
Korey was a 1989 graduate of Kenton High School. He worked as a self-employed truck driver. He was a member of the Amvets Post 1994 in Kenton as well as the Amvets Riders.
When he wasn't spending time with his family and spoiling his grandkids, Korey enjoyed riding his motorcycle and his other vehicles. He loved to wheel and deal and always had side by sides, four-wheelers, or old cars in the garage ready to enjoy.
Korey was an incredible father and grandfather. He was a loyal friend and would help anyone if he could.
The AMVETS Riders would like to honor all those faithful Riders who have passed from this life to the next. Their voices and the the roar of their motorcycles have been stilled, but their names and faces are indelibly etched in our hearts and minds. Their passing has left a void that will never be filled, but we are grateful to have had the opportunity to serve and ride alongside them. We were blessed to know them, and we pray that God will bless us to be reunited when it is our time to take the final ride. Now as they ride forever free across the heavens, these AMVETS Riders are part of an eternal fellowship,