Corey Comish Holmgren was born and raised in Tremonton, UT. He graduated from Bear River High School in 2002 and loved being on the swim team and playing goalie for their water polo team. He spent 2 summers as a Boy Scout counselor at Camp Loll near Yellowstone on the Wyoming/Idaho border. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Florianopolis, Brazil from 2003-2005. Corey graduated from Utah State University in Religious Studies, Portuguese, and Military Science and then went on to receive two Masters degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy and Divinity from Amridge University in Montgomery, AL. As a marriage and family therapist, Corey worked at Lifestar Network in Murray, UT specializing in sexual addiction recovery and worked with families, couples, teenagers, and groups. Corey also served in the Utah Army National Guard as a Chaplain, currently ranking as a Captain, assigned to the 19th Group Special Forces. He loved being in the military and particularly loved working with soldiers. In both professions, he was focused on helping people in their darkest times. Since his passing, we have been blessed to better understand the depth of his influence on everyone he met through those who have reached out to share their experiences. Even months and months later, Corey’s cell phone received text messages from past clients who had not been made aware of the news of his passing and were looking for support or advice or just wanting to catch up with their friend.