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Corbin Ross Wyss

August 30, 1998 — April 14, 2024

Corbin Ross Wyss, beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew and cousin, passed away tragically while doing what he loved, riding his motorcycle on April 14, 2024, at the age 25. Born on August 30, 1998, to Rebecca Hunt and Max Wyss, Corbin brought joy and a smile to all who knew him.

Corbin is survived by his loving mother, Rebecca (Tim) Hunt, and his brother Wil Hunt. He is also survived by his devoted Father, Max (Christina) Wyss, and his stepbrothers Blake, Peyton and Austin. 

He is further survived by his grandparents, Bill and Dianne Luther and Sheila Wyss, as well as aunts Kristin (John) Scharfen, Anna (Chris) Hooper, uncle David (Cassie) Luther, and cousins Grace Luther, Kendall Scharfen, Melana Scharfen, Tatum Scharfen and Ray Hooper along with many friends who will miss him dearly. Preceding Corbin in death was his paternalgrandfather, Larry Wyss.

Corbin’s adventurous spirit led him to find solace and excitement in various activities. After trying his hand at landscaping and electrical work, he followed his true passion for motorcycles. He attended Missouri State University for two years before pursing his degree at the Motorcycle Mechanics Institute in Phoenix, Arizona, where he obtained his associate degree. This educational journey allowed him to hone his skills and deepen his knowledge in motorcycle mechanics, achievinghis dream of working with motorcycles. 

Corbin found fulfillment as a motorcycle technician at Freedom Cycle where he worked over the past year and exercised his expertise and passion for his career that was evident in his work, a place where his passion intersected his talent. 

He graduated from Lee’s Summit North High School in 2017,where he excelled and formed lasting friendships. During his time there, Corbin swam on the swim team all four years,earning a varsity letter. 

Corbin had a deep love for animals, finding solace and companionship in their presence. In his free time, he enjoyed playing video games, and loved exploring the outdoors through hiking, motorcycle rides and embracing the beauty of mountains and beaches. But above all that, he was always known to be in close range of a cheeseburger to avoid being “hangry.”

Corbin leaves behind a legacy of love, kindness and integrity that will continue to live on in the hearts of those who knew him. The lives he touched with his warm, gentle and caring demeanor will forever bring us comfort in the days ahead. 

A celebration of life open house will be held at Stonehaus Farms Winery on April 26th from 5pm-7pm. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Midwest Animal ResQ(MARQ). Please follow this link:

https://www.midwestanimalresq.org/corbin.html

 to donate in his honor.

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