Guest Book for Corey Lamonte Poon

Provided by Bolden-Tilghman Mortuary Service

Posted by: Lawanda Roberts
Tue January 07, 2020
My deepest sincere condolences to your family.  Corey was an awesome person. Well mannered and had the best laugh. I will always remember our time at black & decker and the nickname he gave me "chestertown".  Thank you for birthing such a wonderful person, though we didn't have him that long, he made an impact on a lot of lives.  A soul gone far too soon.  I am so sorry for your loss of a father, son, brother and friend. He will live forever in our heart.  Love you all.





 

 
Posted by: Co-worker Leslie
Wed January 08, 2020
As a co-worker Corey will be missed.He was alot of fun to be around. May God be with his  family at this difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: Doris A Dobson
Wed January 08, 2020
My deepest condolences to the family.  I remember this young man as a child, I remember him and his older brother playing with my son Robbie and nephew Lamont.  I know this was a shock to the family and his sons, may you stay strong for each other and cherish his memories so that they live on for the children...
 

 
Posted by: Shawne Davis
Wed January 08, 2020
Corey was a classmate and co-worker. He was always kidding around and friendly. He was always so kind to me when I first moved here. He will truly be missed!!
 

 
Posted by: Sherry Potter
Wed January 08, 2020
My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I will  surely miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. He would always stop and talk to me whenever we saw each other
 

 
Posted by: Mr. & Mrs. Richard Perry Jr.
Wed January 08, 2020
Sending our heart felt deepest sympathies to the Poon Family.
God has taken his Angel home for an eternal rest in the Potters
House. Blessings to the Poon Family in your time of bereavement
 

 
Posted by: Sherika
Wed January 08, 2020
My prayers goes out to his children and family. Corey was a friend to my college roommates and myself while we all attended Chesapeake College. We continued to talk and keep a friendship throughout all these years after returning to Baltimore. A true definition of you don’t have to talk to a person everyday to keep a friendship. May your soul rest, and your legacy continue.
 

 
Posted by: Candy Elder
Wed January 08, 2020
Losing a child is indescribable and only God can ease and heal the hurt....but we still have to trust God's plan and give thanks "in all things."  I will keep the family and friends lifted up in prayer❤
 

 
Posted by: Erica Y
Wed January 08, 2020
My thoughts and prayers up for you, your family, and your Sterile Processing team. Rest very peaceful Corey. Gonna miss your fist bump😭
 

 
Posted by: Rose and Ralph Potter
Wed January 08, 2020
Our hearfelt condolences to the family of this young man.

Parents of Camille L. Blake, Class President for the 1995 class of Easton High School
 

 
Posted by: Judy Freeman
Wed January 08, 2020
My heart goes out to the family May God Bless you all stay strong. Corey is going to be missed he was a nice young man.
 

 
Posted by: GWENDOLYN TURNER
Wed January 08, 2020
CORY YOU WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.
 

 
Posted by: Steve Kinlock
Wed January 08, 2020
Heartfelt condolences to the family.  Corey was a wonderful person.  I greatly enjoyed talking with him at the gym where his parents work.  He always had a smile, or a wave and was willing to chat. I could also see the affection between Corey and his parents and he certainly helped to add a little brightness with his humor.  God bless you all.
 

 
Posted by: Toya Holland
Thu January 09, 2020
My deepest condolences. Corey will definitely be missed. He would always greet you with a warm smile and constantly having you laughing. RIH my friend...until we meet again.
 

 
Posted by: Takiyah Turner-Barney
Thu January 09, 2020
Corey was such a great person. We meet in easton at a dance and he always made sure we was ok to get home. Every time I saw him he always had a smile. Just a great and genuine soul. He loved his kids as he talked about them all the time. We will miss his spirit!
 

 
Posted by: Debbie Powell
Fri January 10, 2020
Corey you will surely be missed I will miss cutting up in the  O.R. lounge at night.with you talking laughing .Miss seeing you sitting in that chair and me saying don't walk on my floor and you be like Debbie I'll walk around.Rest in sweet peace.And to the family my condolences
 

 
Posted by: REV. DOROTHY L. SISCO
Sat January 11, 2020
Please rest assured knowing that there are many that are Praying for your family as well as the children of Corey. May God Almighty Allow The Holy Spirit to bring you all Comfort as you all begin to heal from the separation. He is in God's Care now. May God Almighty continue to Bless you all in your time of Grieving,

In Christ,
Rev. Dorothy L. Sisco n Family
 

 
Posted by: Yolanda Hayman
Sat January 11, 2020
Corey, I will miss our roundtable talks at Osha's. I will miss the way you used to imitate our McDonald's co worker (I won't name) lol. We had alot of laughs and alot of serious talks.Take your rest now. Love ya, Loni
 

 
Posted by: Danielle
Mon January 13, 2020
May God be with your family and friends in this difficult time. I will definitely miss your hellos and waves as we passed each other.
 

 
Posted by: Lori Collier
Mon January 13, 2020
I am so very sorry to hear of Cory's passing. I work at SRH and would see Cory often as he would come to my office where the candy basket was always available (he liked sour / tart candies not chocolate). I was always impressed by his kindness and polite words. Cory you will be greatly missed.
 

 
Posted by: Teresa Ames
Mon January 13, 2020
I will miss seeing Corey on the job with his glowing smile. I am sending prayers to the family, truly sorry for you loss knowing that only time can heal your heart break and your loss. I know that God will help you all to find peace in this difficult time and help you with his sons to go on with the future. may god bless and keep you all.
 

 
Posted by: Tanisha Slacum
Tue January 14, 2020
I never thought I would be writing my condolences to my friend Poon. We used to have so much fun working together at The Pines. Corey kept a smile on everyone's face and was truly a joy to be around. Poon...you will be deeply missed.