Local Marine Corbin to be guest speaker

DETROIT Huron County Sheriff's Deputy Todd Corbin will be the guest of honor tonight at the Marine Corps Ball, speaking to all the Marine recruiting stations in Ohio. President George Bush honored Corbin and 11 other officers with the Navy Cross during a May breakfast at the White House. The Norwalk man saved the lives of several men in his unit during a May 7, 2006 attack in Iraq. Corbin, 33, is a 1993 Willard High School graduate. He joined the sheriff's office in March 1998 as a corrections officer before becoming a full-time deputy. Corbin enlisted with the Marines in 2001.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

DETROIT Huron County Sheriff's Deputy Todd Corbin will be the guest of honor tonight at the Marine Corps Ball, speaking to all the Marine recruiting stations in Ohio.

President George Bush honored Corbin and 11 other officers with the Navy Cross during a May breakfast at the White House. The Norwalk man saved the lives of several men in his unit during a May 7, 2006 attack in Iraq.

Corbin, 33, is a 1993 Willard High School graduate. He joined the sheriff's office in March 1998 as a corrections officer before becoming a full-time deputy. Corbin enlisted with the Marines in 2001.