Steve Corley

Stephen “Steve” Corley, 70, of Somerville, passed away Thursday July 19, 2018. His life will be celebrated by friends and family at a later date. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers of Bryan College Station, Texas.

Steve was born February 4, 1948, in Nocona, Texas, to Clifton and Jessie Corley. Steve loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He will be remembered for his love for riding and working on his motorcycles.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Heather Renee Corley; brother, Dale Corley; sisters, Patsy Whitsitt and Mary Jo Murry; and his parents.

Survivors include his loving wife, Sherrie Corley; sons, Joshua Corley, Christopher Corley and wife Kari, Benjamin Corley; brother, Melvin Corley and wife Minnie; ten grandchildren and two great grandchildren.


  1. Miss Easy we are so sorry to hear, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Cletus & Kim

  2. I’m so sorry to hear this I will be attending what ever services you have to pay my respects to a great man and a wonderful friend to my mother Shea Hill …. Love Britnie Jansen

  3. Goodbye my High School brother. We were attached at the hip during those days and did almost everything together. Wish the years hadn’t sent us in so many different ways. Always still wondered about you and where you ended up… now I know. If it hadn’t been for Wes in Nocona texting me about something he found on someone’s facebook account… I would never have known. Will still miss you anyway.

  4. This is just too much shock too close together! Miss Easy it has been a while since I have been around any of the old bunch, but I still remember all the good times we had. I lost Terry almost 9 months ago to cancer, so I totally understand the pain you are all experiencing! I want to believe
    these gentlemen are now riding in Heaven with no more pain! Your family was always good to me and I will never forget! God Bless and keep you all, with love. Karen

  5. R.I.P. Steve. You were a ton of TNT in a firecracker package.
    Tall tales, short stories and middle-of-the-road sayings..just a few of the things we’ll hafta figure out on our own without you.
    The struggle is over, my Brother…the ride begins!

  6. Steve (Popeye), you made our days at Nocona High School special and we’ll always remember you with great fondness. You were definitely one of the “good guys” and always treated us “under classmates” as a friend. RIP my friend!

  7. We loved Steve do much. He was always so sweet and had such a big loving heart. We will miss seeing his smiling face. Many Blessings for the family. What a ride he must be having with our Lord and Saviour. Love and hugs to all. Until we meet again.

  8. I hate to see this man has gone but thankful I knew him and he came into my life. Take care pops!!
    Love ya and miss ya bunches Ms. Easy!!

  9. The world certainly is a little bit dimmer with your light gone. I can still vividly remember the adventures & journeys we embarked on while attending NHS & after graduation.

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