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Megan Rose Corbridge
January 1, 1964 ~ January 4, 2022 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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GOSHEN-Megan Rose Corbridge, 58, passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family January 4, 2022, at Elkhart General Hospital. She was born January 1, 1964, in Elkhart to Richard & Maryalice (Glace) Ong.
On May 22, 2004, she married the love of her life Bryan Corbridge; he survives along with, 4 children, Shane (Leah) Collins of Indianapolis, Josh Collins of Elkhart, Brandon Birong of South Bend, Heather Garcia of Pawnee, IL, 3 grandchildren, Sierra Garcia, Jasper Collins and Aurora Collins. Also surviving are 4 brothers, Steve (Teresa) Ong of Greely, CO, Page Onge of Nashville, TN, Bruce Nelson Ong of New Rochelle, NY and Kevin (Valerie) Ong of Elkhart.
She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Dave Ong.
Visitation will be from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Friday, January 14, 2022, at Waterman Westbrook Clouse Funeral Home. Services will be Saturday, January 15, 2022, at Grace Bible Church at 9 a.m. Presiding will be Pastor Phil Byars. Burial will be held privately at Prairie Street Cemetery.
Megan loved God. Her faith was a firm foundation. Every morning with her coffee, she entered her prayer room, spending time with God. Her 1st prayers were for her children and families. She was a prayer warrior. And a part of Bible study fellowship.
Megan enjoyed playing games with the family so much that she would often bribe them with her famous pizza. Megan also enjoyed bingo and if we could afford it, she would play everyday. But, most of all the center of her life were her grandbabies. Every time she would go to goodwill, garage, or estate sales, the first thing she would look for is something for her grandbabies. She was the Grammy that would send out the Christmas boxes, and the kids always knew there would be something fun it them. She adored her grandchildren.
Memorial contributions may be given to the National Right to Life organization or RETA.