Maxine Corzine, 94, of Karnak, died Wednesday, May 8, 2019 at her daughter's home in Central City, Kentucky.

Born Nov. 14, 1924 in Karnak, Mrs. Corzine first worked at Main Brothers in Karnak and later worked in the payroll department at Allied Chemical in Metropolis for 25 years.

She was a member of Karnak Pentecostal Church for over 60 years.

Survivors include her daughter, Tammy Harris and husband Allen of Central City; two grandsons, Ryan Harris and wife Shontae of Danville and Tyler Harris and wife Kayla of Canton, Georgia; five great-grandchildren, Jentezen, Madison, Judah, Weston and Easton Harris; brothers and sisters, Huck Barham and wife Lorenel, Jerry Corzine and wife Geneva, Velma Corzine, Geraldine Corzine and Laura Sykes.

She was preceded in death by the love of her husband, William Corzine; her parents, Bon and Dora Beyke; three brothers, Russell Collie, Willard Beyke and Marvin Beyke; and one sister, Erma Rimer.

Funeral service was held Tuesday at Karnak Pentecostal Church with Rev. Lonny Adams officiating. Music was performed by Geraldine Corzine, Tyler Harris and Shawn Stephens.

Burial followed at Cypress Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ryan Harris, Tyler Harris, Curtis Alfter, Steve Alfter, Jay Corzine and Marvin Carlton.

Wilson Funeral Home of Karnak was in charge of arrangements.

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