Corrine Raquel Martin Harrison

Corrine Raquel Martin Harrison

Corrine Raquel Martin Harrison born 10/31/1973 died 11/1/2018, surrounded by her husband, Ryan Harrison and her sisters, Paulette Martin & Elaine Burge.

She was raised by her mother, Maureen Jones (Paul Clyde Martin, father) and grew up with her brother, Craig Martin, sister, Paulette Martin and youngest sister, Elaine Burge.

Corrine was a beloved sister, wife & mother.

She leaves behind her beautiful 1 year old son, Logan Harrison.

She was brought to this earth to love, heal, empower & make anyone that crossed her path laugh harder then they’ve ever laughed before. Corrine was a true healer because she taught people how to heal themselves. Corrine loved without an agenda and made the many, many, many people she loved feel that she was their number one fan.

Corrine worked in the SLC school district with special needs students as well as administration at Hillside jr High, Highland High and worked at La Europa Academy as a community leader.

There are generations of students and parents that are mourning this big loss of such a magical woman. She changed the lives of countless people for the better. Corrine helped us all realize & taught us that everything we need to not only survive but thrive in this life, is inside of ourselves.

A celebration of life will be weds 11/7/2018 6-8:30pm at Red Butte Gardens 300 Wakara way, SLC, Utah.

In lieu of flowers we’ve set up a gofundme page to ensure that her son will be taken care of and go to college.

  • Anthony LeRoy Lovato
    Posted at 10:43h, 06 November Reply

    There was a never a time hanging around Corrine that I didn’t laugh. It was impossible, but so effortless. She carried a sense of mirth with her wherever she went and it was contagious. I’ll always be able to hear the sound of her laugh in my head.

  • Kay S
    Posted at 06:24h, 02 December Reply

    To the family of
    I’m stranger to your family.
    I read the obituary of your dear love one and my heart broke for you simply because I can see from your warm description of her that she was a beautiful person. Please allow the hope from God’s word the Bible to bring you comfort in the days to come. Isaiah 35:5,6 speaks of how the blind, the deaf, and the lame being renewed and Revelation 21:4 Jehovah will wipe away the tears from your eyes and death will be – no more. Please accept my heartfelt condolences during your time of need.

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