Dylan Cain Corum
”1998 - 2021”

    Dylan Cain Corum

    Love is Immortal
    Love is pure energy and
    No matter how hard you try,
    You can never kill love
    Because pure energy can’t die
    The feeling of love can fade,
    And the body can cease to give,
    But the energy created by love
    Is immortal and continues To live.

      Funeral services for Dylan Cain Corum, 23, of Beggs, Oklahoma, will be held at 1:00pm, on Tuesday, December 28, 2021. Services will be held at Rose Hill Funeral Home. David Hamilton will officiate the service. Burial will follow in Rose Hill cemetery, with native burial rites provided by Jason WhiteEagle. Dylan Cain Corum was born February 28, 1998, in Claremore, Oklahoma, to Chris and Candace (Lockner) Corum. He departed this life December 20, 2021, in Beggs, Oklahoma, at the age of 23. Until age eight, Dylan lived in Tulsa and then moved to Beggs. He graduated from Beggs High School with the class of 2017. Dylan was an excellent football player and participated in the sport from sixth through twelfth grade. During high school, Dylan was elected a as a team captain for the Beggs ‘Demons’ football team. After high school, Dylan was employed in the oil industry, and also by Crossland Construction. He was a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Nation. Dylan was loved, and will be remembered by all who knew him as a ‘silly redneck kid’ who was the class clown, had no enemies, was often sleeveless, and who during his high school years, brought the mullet back into style. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, guns, knives, and eating cookie dough. Dylan enjoyed time spent with his friends and family. He (along with his father) restored a ‘73 Chevy Nova; of which both were very proud. Dylan is survived by his mother, Candace Lockner; father, Chris Corum, step-mother, Sandra Corum; brother, Zak Corum and sister-in-law, Brye Corum, their children: Charlee and Cross Corum; brother, Andrew Roop, and sister-in-law, Courtney Roop, their children: Karson, Kinsleigh, and Kaydence “Buggy” Roop; step-sister, Amberly (Mark) Blakley, step-brothers, Leslie Blakley, and Jonathan Blakley; paternal grandparents, Ted and Linda Corum; great-grandfather, Jimmie Decker; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Dylan was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Robert and Grace Lockner; paternal great-grandmother, Nadine Decker; uncles, Mike Hilburn, Earl Hilburn; and aunt, Cathy Wallace.
      Resource:Brown-Winters Funeral Home

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