Landon Corbin

Landon Corbin

Landon Corbin, a resident of The Health Center at St. Joseph of the Pines, celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends at an afternoon party that included a bouquet of flowers, a birthday cake, and a button he wore that read, “Kiss me. I’m 100.” Corbin was born Oct. 30, 1916, in Winston-Salem, graduated from North Carolina State University, and retired from Alcoa as vice president of engineering. He was a navigator on a B29 bomber during World War II and rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel. His four children – Randolph Corbin, Kay Barthold, Anne Tanner and Carolyn Boerma – attended the party at The Health Center.

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