Cowboy Corey Frederick Custaloe arrived in the Yukon in July 1996 to work as a hunting guide and as with many, he never left the territory.
COWBOY’S LAST RIDE
Our friend is gone ahead and will meet us on the other side.
Cowboy is survived by his mother Diane Custaloe, his brother Jeff Custaloe, his daughter Randilynn Beech & his son Jessy Jordi of Kelowna, B.C.
Cowboy’s Celebration of Life Sunday, July 8 @ 1:00 PM, White Horse Riding Stable, 91211 Alaska Highway, Whitehorse, Yukon.
Morning slips quietly upon the land as these words
are written to all who knew him. We never think
these days will come, and there is an emptiness
knowing our friend isn’t here. Cowboy, as he was
known, has gone home and is at peace. He has no
more trials, so we are also to be at peace. Men like
Corey and others like him, are mostly gone now.
Corey loved many and many loved him.
Through the good times and the bad if we live by
these examples we’ll have no regrets:
Those who apologize first are the bravest.
Those who forgive first are the strongest and the first
to forget will be the happiest.
Above all remember… love never fails.