Sept. 4, 2018


Funeral services for Corrina Simmons, 50 year old Buffalo woman who passed away Tuesday at her home in Buffalo will be held Saturday, September 8th at 2:00 p.m. at the Summit Wesleyan Church in Buffalo with Pastor William Dunlap officiating.  Visitation will be held on Friday from 1:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m at Harness Funeral Home Chapel.   A private family interment will be held by her family at a later time.  Donations in Corrina’s memory may be made to the Summit Wesleyan Church in care of the Harness Funeral Home at 351 N. Adams in Buffalo.  Online condolences may be made at

Corrina Michele Simmons was born on June 7, 1968 in New London, Connecticut to Jeff and Margaret Light.  Her father was in the military and the family lived in various parts of the U.S. until 1980 when they settled in Buffalo.  Corrina went to school in Buffalo and graduated from Buffalo High School with the class of 1986.  After high school she attended Northwest Wyoming College in Powell for a short time before moving back to Buffalo.  She worked as a CNA for Home Health for a short time before taking a job with Johnson County Title Co.  She was married on February 7, 1991 in Buffalo to Jimmy Simmons and they made their home in Buffalo for a couple of years.  They moved to Pinedale, Wyoming in 2001 where Corrina worked for the BLM.  In November of 2016 she was transferred to Buffalo with the BLM where she continued to work until her death.

Corrina was a member of an MS support group and enjoyed spending time outdoors, fishing, hunting and camping.  She was an avid gardener and loved spending time with family.

She is survived by her husband Jimmy Simmons of Buffalo; one son Clay Simmons of Laramie her mother Margaret Light of Buffalo; her father and step-mother Jeff and Allana Light of Alpine, California; two brothers Michael Light and his wife Caprice of Jacksonville, Florida and Tyler Light and his wife Desira of Buffalo; two nieces, Kayden and Lacie Light and one nephew Garret Light.

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