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Friday, April 11, 2014

Dr Roy Corbin, father, friend, and podiatrist extraordinaire just passed away

I need to honor my dear friend Dr Roy Corbin who passed away last night (4-10-14) in Bangor, Maine. Roy was a great podiatrist, but would want you to know how much he loved his two boys more than anything else in the universe. Roy was kind, soft spoken, easy to laugh, generous, and always taking care of you. I met Roy when we both served on the Board of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine together 1987 to 1993. He loved his University of Maine that he showed me so proudly. A New Yorker by birth, but a true native of Maine by desire. He was a gifted dedicated Podiatrist that would do anything for his patients and staff. His staff was his family. He spoke of them (when I used to make his orthotics) with love. Few people have touched me as much as Roy. He was gentle and humble, and quietly went along his business with great passion. Thank you Roy, I am only one of thousands who did not get a chance to tell you enough what you meant to us. My great sorrow for your family and friends. You will be sorely missed. We all loved you. Dr Rich Blake


  1. He was a truly amazing person.

  2. A great doctor and a great person. May his soul rest in peace.


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