Corey Olmedo

Corey Olmedo passed away on November 15, 2020 at his home in League City, Texas.  He was born on April 24, 1963 in Dallas, Texas, to Mildred and Lorenzo Olmedo.

Corey graduated from Clear Lake High School in 1981, and continued his education and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Corey married Sharon Bell on August 20, 1988. They have twin sons, Eric and Alan. Corey enjoyed camping and fishing with his family. He was affectionately known as “Uncle Cooks with Fire” by his nieces and nephews, as he often grilled at large family gatherings. If he wasn’t grilling, he manned the fryer, preparing fish and turkeys for every occasion. Corey also enjoyed woodworking, and he built a beautiful pergola and shed for his backyard.

Corey went to work at Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections in 1991 as a Probation Officer in the Baytown office. Corey was in that office for many years, and while there he took care of his work family as if they were his own family. Corey was known for organizing shrimp boils and bringing cookies for the staff, as well as planting and maintaining an office garden. Eventually Corey transferred to the Downtown Office, where he worked as a Fugitive Investigator.

Corey was generous in other ways as well, adopting a family in need and providing not only food and clothes, but also a mobile home for shelter. Corey also did projects for The Independence Village, a residential home for adults with developmental or physical disabilities, continuing the work he started as a Special Olympics volunteer in high school.

Corey was preceded in death by his parents, Lorenzo and Mildred Olmedo, and by his brother, Nicholas Scott Olmedo.

Corey is survived by: wife, Sharon; sons, Alan and Eric; sisters, Kim Olmedo and Andrea Olmedo; brothers, Michael Olmedo, Joe Olmedo, Ricky Olmedo, and Jonathan Eric Olmedo. Corey is also survived by many nieces and nephews he loved.

In remembrance of Corey’s life, the family requests that charitable donations be made to The Independence Village at


  1. Sharon, my heart is so hurting for you and the boys. I am sending you prayers and hugs and love and comfort and chicken soup. You are not alone.

    • Our hearts our filled with sadness to learn of his passing many years back as i was a kid my mom was on probation what person you know who looks forward to going to see their probation officer my mom and i use to drive there and my mom went in smiling and left out with a smile Corey was her friend from the start and remained friends even after her probation was over 25 yrs later we learned that he passed and our hearts sunk we are sending out our prayers and love to the family may God heal and bring peace to you all sorry for the loss of a loving husband and devoted father and the greatest friend anyone can know

      Cynthia shaw
  2. Sending prayers and much love during this most difficult time. May the Lord give y’all comfort and strength. With sympathy, Tammie Sonnier

    Tammie Sonnier
  3. Our thoughts are with you. Prayers and love for all of you.

    Rick and Patti Temple
  4. I was sorry to hear of Corey’s death. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Though I have not seen or talked to him in some time, I considered him a good friend. I will always remember the good times of which he was a major part; The golf tournaments, the camping/fishing trips and the fantasy football league. May he Rest In Peace and his family know he was truly loved and respected by his friends and co-workers.

    Dan Tippen
  5. Although I hadn’t seen Corey in many years, I always remember him as a very genuine and caring person. Our thoughts and prayers are with Corey’s family during this difficult time.

    Dwight Shaver
  6. To the Olmedo family, Patti and I send our prayers for Cory and all of you. Cory will be missed deeply. We will rejoice in memory’s of the good times together. Love you all,
    Patti & Rickie Temple

    Rickie Temple
  7. Praying for all of your family in gratitude for the blessing of Corey in our lives. While we cannot physically be with you, it’s sweet to join with you all virtually at his service of remembrance. Love and hugs from Virginia, Doel, Celia, Aunt Julett and all the Schutz family. What a heavenly reunion with your folks and Scott.

    The Jim & Virginia Schutz Family
  8. So sorry for your loss. Feel peace in all your wonderful memories. Sorry I was not at the service but my husband Robert (Rosenbaum) was there for both of us. He’s an old friend of the family. Take comfort from all around you and your wonderful large family during this time <3

    Tessie Rosenbaum
  9. Sending prayers and my deepest condolences to the Olmedo Family. ♥️

    Sandra Raney
  10. My deepest sympathy to you. Hopefully his accomplishments and your memories will help carry you through these hard times
    Most sincerely,
    Vivian Martin

    Vivian Martin
  11. Prayers of comfort and peace to the Olmedo Family. I worked with Corey years ago in Baytown and more recently in Downtown. Corey always had a way to lighten up the mood with humor when things got tense in the office. If you went hungry when he was cooking at one of many region bbq’s, you could only blame yourself. Fair winds and following seas, my friend.

    James McCabe
  12. Mrs. Sharon, you and your family with be in our thoughts and prayers. 🙏

    James Cooper
  13. Hey im one of the one he adopted my name theodore im sorry to hear my good friend corey passed he will be dearly missed

    Theodore serna
  14. Sharon, I just came across this, I am so very sorry. I can’t imagine how you must be feeling. We haven’t seen each other in a few years but I remember Corey as very kind and he loved you and your boys so much. Take care dear friend, my # is the same, please call any time.

    Jonette Malone

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