Corey Lamar Lamb

Corey Lamar Lamb was born on November 05, 1977 in Orlando, FL to Thomas L. and Barbara A. Lamb. Corey is a graduate of Boone High School class of 1995. He matriculated to Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications. Corey went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Information Technology from Robert Morris University in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

Corey was a creative entrepreneur who always looked for ways to enhance the community. Corey owned a yogurt shop: “Oopsy Scoopsy”, located downtown in the City Beautiful facing the Amway Center. His major venture included an eco-friendly transportation service: “OCartz”. Corey also launched a successful watersports company: “Turkquoise Adventures and Jet Skiz”, located in Turks & Caicos.

Corey was an avid golfer, reader and traveler. He enjoyed golfing in various locations around the world. He once golfed with Steve Harvey in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (and he beat him)! Corey was a worldwide traveler and met a cousin in China, who played for the Harlem Globetrotters, who he’d never met. Corey enjoyed life to the fullest and made life enjoyable for others.

Corey is survived by his parents. Sons, Braxton and Christian, and their mother, Crystal Garcia. A brother, Gandre Bynum. Aunts, Mary Lamb and Cheryl (Robert) Smith; and an uncle, Larry Brinson. He also leaves other relatives and devoted friends to cherish his/their memories.

Receiving of Family & Friends June 14. 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM (East) at A Community Funeral Home & Sunset Cremations. 910 W. Michigan St. Orlando, FL 32805

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