To celebrate the life of Justin Corbridge and provide funding to families impacted by Ewing's Sarcoma.
“Everything is going to be okay.”
Justin Bradford Corbridge was born January 24, 1989, a loving son to Brady and Holly, and a role model brother to Madison. He was a graduate of the University of Florida with a degree in Economics, where he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and a natural lover of Gator football. When asked to describe Justin by his family and friends, the responses are unanimous: biggest heart, best friend, wise beyond his years, infectiously spirited, and always passionate about making the world around him the best it could be. His passion for life extended to some of its simplest pleasures, most notably excellent wine, scary movies and the hunt for the most delicious meals he could get his hands on. He sought out adventure in every place he visited, and sparked the same fascination with the world in others. He lived every day with enthusiasm and compassion (and maybe some cabernet on the side). In a game of superlatives, Justin would win Best Dressed and Best Smile without contest - he was a total knockout, with or without hair.
If he had the chance, Justin may have pursued further education in law or culinary arts, as he was always the voice of reason and truly gifted in the kitchen. His dog, Buckley, can attest to his cooking skills as evidenced by the puddles of drool he left on the kitchen floor. Of all Justin's impressive qualities, it was most remarkable to witness how one person connected, impacted and loved countless people - friends and family of all ages and places. He was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma at the age of 21 and fought a courageous 8 year battle. People talk about leaving the world in a better place than it was when you arrived. Justin did that and more.