Cory Jo Ulrey

Cory Jo Ulrey

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Cory Jo Ulrey, 37, of Hampton Twp., our vibrant, family oriented, giving, and loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend passed away suddenly at home on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Cory Jo was born in Toledo, Ohio on February 20, 1979, the daughter of Jim and Connie (Woodbury) Levline. Throughout life, Cory Jo was known for the love she had for her family, reading, cooking, and spoiling her dog, Baily. Cory Jo graduated in 1997 from Dow High in Midland; after high school she went on to Baker College. Cory Jo was currently employed with Elements in Saginaw, where she was a life consultant. In 2006 Cory Jo met the love of her life, Christopher M. Ulrey. They dated, fell in love, and were united in marriage on October 3, 2009. She always made everyone smile and left a lasting impact on all who were fortunate to cross paths with her. Cory Jo leaves to cherish her memory, her husband, Christopher and daughter Alexia; parents, Jim and Connie Levline; grandmother, Joann Levline; brother, Jimmy Levline; in-laws, Robert and Diane Ulrey; sister-in-law, Jackie and Chuck Princinsky; brother-in-law, Randy and Samantha Ulrey, along with many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, friends, and special niece Emma Grace Levline. Cory Jo was welcomed home to heaven by her grandmother and guardian angel, Shirley Woodbury; grandparents, Dale Levline, Ann and Vern Dollhoph, Jack M. and Geraldine Ulrey,and uncles, Steven Woodbury and Charles Woodbury. Final arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Jim & Connie & Jimmy

    I can’t even begin to tell you how sorry I am to hear about Cory. What a sweet and tenderhearted person she always was. Cory was always so good to Jonathan and to all the kids at the daycare. What a sweetheart. Please know that we are praying for all of you and to hold on to all those wonderful and cherished memories. She will always be with you and will never be forgotten by so many.

    Mary Ann Knapp
    Midland, Michigan

  2. I met Cory a couple of years ago at Sam and Randys house and she was the sweetest person. She was so kind and engaging to me and my mom and dad and family that she just met. I will never forget how sweet she was. so sorry for her husband and family.

  3. Thank you so much Mary Ann… Cory so loved the littles at the day care …Jonathan was the first she claimed as her favorite :). We so appreciate your thoughts and prayers…

  4. The last time I saw Cory she was shopping at Meijer with little Emma. She looked so happy, both of them. My heart hurts for all of you, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. My heart hurts at the loss of Cory. I always looked up to her when I was growing up, she was the coolest. I have no words to express how sorry I am Aunt Connie and Uncle Jim. I know Dad was sad the day she left earth and joined him in Heaven….. I secretly know that she was his favorite, but don’t tell the others.

  6. I loved our weekly chats before I taught classes at elements. She was so inspirational and motivating. We are heartbroken. Many prayers to her family. I hope shes cooking up a Mexican storm in heaven.

  7. Danielle… You have no idea how your words have touched me . she was loved her family so much…shh..our secret šŸ™‚

  8. Cory was always my best friend when I was little growing up at Connies…. i like to think that she was my first girlfriend šŸ™‚ She genuinely loved all of us kids like we were all little brothers and sisters. My heart and prayers goes out to all of the family.

  9. I knew Cory when I was younger. She always treated me with kindness and respect. I can imagine now that living in a house full of kids, she probably wanted and needed her space, but she never hesitated to let me visit with her when I asked. I got plenty of her hand-me-downs, from clothing to makeup, (and a caboodle or two), all of them treasures because they came from her. She once gave me a bikini and even though I had to rig it up with twisty-ties to fit, I thought I was the coolest wearing it. Cory agreed. I will remember our time together and the lasting impression she made on my life.

  10. I had the joy of being in Bible Study Fellowship with Cory. My heart is truly saddened with news of Cory’s sudden passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Chris and all of those she loved during this very difficult time. My life is richer because Cory was a part of it.

    Addie Maxwell

  11. I only met Cory a few months ago at Elements. We connected right away. She said that didn’t happen very often. It made me feel good. We chatted like crazy on the phone and discussed going out to lunch, but other plans came up on both our ends. I was so happy to have known her if only for a short time. She was a sweet sweet girl and told you exactly how she felt about things and was very open. I love that in a person, she was real. I was very sad to find out she was gone. Elements just doesn’t seem the same without her. I will so miss her friendly hello when I walk in the door and her latest on whatever is happening in her life. She used to talk dearly about her doggie too and how she would dress him up. Dog people are the best! I will miss you my dear friend. Prayers of strength and comfort to your family.

    Suzanne Smith

  12. Hi! Iā€™m Emma (special niece, Emma Grace Levline). I adored Cory so much and I was hurt when I found out she had passed. I loved her very dearly and I know everyone who had worked, been friends, and even had just talked to her are very fortunate to have crossed paths with her. She will be forever missed


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Cory Jo Ulrey, 37, of Hampton Twp., our vibrant, family oriented, giving, and loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend passed away suddenly at home on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Cory Jo was born in Toledo, Ohio on February 20, 1979, the daughter of Jim and Connie (Woodbury) Levline. Throughout life, Cory Jo was known for the love she had for her family, reading, cooking, and spoiling her dog, Baily. Cory Jo graduated in 1997 from Dow High in Midland; after high school she went on to Baker College. Cory Jo was currently employed with Elements in Saginaw, where she was a life consultant. In 2006 Cory Jo met the love of her life, Christopher M. Ulrey. They dated, fell in love, and were united in marriage on October 3, 2009. She always made everyone smile and left a lasting impact on all who were fortunate to cross paths with her. Cory Jo leaves to cherish her memory, her husband, Christopher and daughter Alexia; parents, Jim and Connie Levline; grandmother, Joann Levline; brother, Jimmy Levline; in-laws, Robert and Diane Ulrey; sister-in-law, Jackie and Chuck Princinsky; brother-in-law, Randy and Samantha Ulrey, along with many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, friends, and special niece Emma Grace Levline. Cory Jo was welcomed home to heaven by her grandmother and guardian angel, Shirley Woodbury; grandparents, Dale Levline, Ann and Vern Dollhoph, Jack M. and Geraldine Ulrey,and uncles, Steven Woodbury and Charles Woodbury. Final arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Thank you so much Mary Ann… Cory so loved the littles at the day care …Jonathan was the first she claimed as her favorite :). We so appreciate your thoughts and prayers…

  2. My heart hurts at the loss of Cory. I always looked up to her when I was growing up, she was the coolest. I have no words to express how sorry I am Aunt Connie and Uncle Jim. I know Dad was sad the day she left earth and joined him in Heaven….. I secretly know that she was his favorite, but don’t tell the others.

  3. Cory was always my best friend when I was little growing up at Connies…. i like to think that she was my first girlfriend šŸ™‚ She genuinely loved all of us kids like we were all little brothers and sisters. My heart and prayers goes out to all of the family.

  4. Danielle… You have no idea how your words have touched me . she was loved her family so much…shh..our secret šŸ™‚

  5. Jim & Connie & Jimmy

    I can’t even begin to tell you how sorry I am to hear about Cory. What a sweet and tenderhearted person she always was. Cory was always so good to Jonathan and to all the kids at the daycare. What a sweetheart. Please know that we are praying for all of you and to hold on to all those wonderful and cherished memories. She will always be with you and will never be forgotten by so many.

    Mary Ann Knapp
    Midland, Michigan

  6. I loved our weekly chats before I taught classes at elements. She was so inspirational and motivating. We are heartbroken. Many prayers to her family. I hope shes cooking up a Mexican storm in heaven.

  7. I knew Cory when I was younger. She always treated me with kindness and respect. I can imagine now that living in a house full of kids, she probably wanted and needed her space, but she never hesitated to let me visit with her when I asked. I got plenty of her hand-me-downs, from clothing to makeup, (and a caboodle or two), all of them treasures because they came from her. She once gave me a bikini and even though I had to rig it up with twisty-ties to fit, I thought I was the coolest wearing it. Cory agreed. I will remember our time together and the lasting impression she made on my life.

  8. The last time I saw Cory she was shopping at Meijer with little Emma. She looked so happy, both of them. My heart hurts for all of you, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  9. I met Cory a couple of years ago at Sam and Randys house and she was the sweetest person. She was so kind and engaging to me and my mom and dad and family that she just met. I will never forget how sweet she was. so sorry for her husband and family.

  10. I had the joy of being in Bible Study Fellowship with Cory. My heart is truly saddened with news of Cory’s sudden passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Chris and all of those she loved during this very difficult time. My life is richer because Cory was a part of it.

    Addie Maxwell

  11. I only met Cory a few months ago at Elements. We connected right away. She said that didn’t happen very often. It made me feel good. We chatted like crazy on the phone and discussed going out to lunch, but other plans came up on both our ends. I was so happy to have known her if only for a short time. She was a sweet sweet girl and told you exactly how she felt about things and was very open. I love that in a person, she was real. I was very sad to find out she was gone. Elements just doesn’t seem the same without her. I will so miss her friendly hello when I walk in the door and her latest on whatever is happening in her life. She used to talk dearly about her doggie too and how she would dress him up. Dog people are the best! I will miss you my dear friend. Prayers of strength and comfort to your family.

    Suzanne Smith


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