Barton Edgar “Bart” McCorvey

Barton Edgar “Bart” McCorvey

May 26, 1965 - October 21, 2022

Barton Edgar “Bart” McCorvey

May 26, 1965 - October 21, 2022


Barton (Bart) Edgar McCorvey was born in Montgomery, Alabama on May 26, 1965 and went to be with Our Lord and Savior on October 21, 2022. Bart fought the toughest battle of his life against Multiple Myeloma for 2 1/2 years and finished his last race well.(2 Timothy 4:7)

Bart was a storyteller and if he could get you to laugh (which was easy) his face would light up with a genuine smile and he would carry the story on longer, maybe tell it twice! He loved his Alabama roots and enjoyed a carefree childhood with an extended family, pets, ocean fishing, water and snow skiing, hunting and playing football.

As a young adult, Bart faced a life changing choice: Dad would pay off back rent if Bart joined the U.S. Army. He chose the latter and reminded his children that this experience changed his life and helped him become a man. When he returned from Germany, against the odds, Bart convinced the Dean that he could earn his Bachelors degree at Florida State in Accounting and he did. Bart moved to San Clemente in 1994, worked at accounting firms, enjoyed playing guitar and fell in love with California weather but remained a Florida State football fan!

Bart and Laura married in 2003. The McCorvey family blossomed raising sons: Samuel, Daniel and Ethan. Bart was the spiritual leader often reminding us all that God was the center of our lives and if we follow Him, our paths will be straight. Bart felt that Pacific Coast Church was family and outside of church enjoyed serving in food distribution ministries and a playground build for immigrants in Spain.

Bart McCorvey loved his family and enjoyed every part of being his sons’ biggest fan.  Countless miles were driven across the state of California for hundreds of soccer games, most recently in his favorite Ford Bronco. He loved table talk about soccer games, and encouraging his boys to achieve their personal goals. Bart loved reminiscing about family trips; he felt they brought the family closer together. He loved alternative rock and as a song writer, guitarist and singer recorded 3 CD’s.He enjoyed walks on the beach trail, setting benchmarks at the gym, cooking, especially in his outdoor pizza oven, watching the Seminoles win and more recently completed his custom set of TaylorMade golf clubs to improve his golf game.

A lifelong learner, Bart most recently was accepted into Villanova University’s Master’s program in Taxation law and was proud to finish his first class with an 87%!

Bart McCorvey’s professional accomplishments: US Army Veteran Honorable Discharge. Graduate Florida State University Accounting, Certified Public Accountant, licensed business owner; Distributor Biz Enterprises, State of CA and Utah Real Estate license, Florida mortgage broker license, registered song on MP3.

Bart will be remembered as a loving husband, father and son who was a follower of Christ. His kind, generous, easy going and friendly spirit will live on in all who knew him.

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9 responses to Barton Edgar “Bart” McCorvey

  1. From Lidia Vasquez, NP-C
    November 13, 2022

    I am in shock of this sad news. I met Bart a few years ago by phone. Our conversations were always during tax season Once Mr. Inouye retired, I had the pleasure to meet him in person two years ago. I was surprised how much he new about my taxes the first day I met him, then he refreshed my memory and he introduced himself. Always, nice polite conversations. He will be missed.
    God bless his family on these difficult moments.

    Lidia Vasquez, NP-C.

  2. We are fortunate to have met Bart and the family years ago in a dinner club at Pacific Coast Church. Bart shared our love for music and soccer, so we spent time talking about various soccer teams and how the boys were progressing in their games. We served together playing worship music at church and leading in youth ministry. Bart will be missed for his stories, sense of humor, and love for the Lord and his family. We are praying for Laura and the boys at this time to experience God’s peace, comfort, and love.

  3. Laura & Boys, the Rudnicki Family sends our love and condolences during this difficult time. Bart was a wonderful person and I personally had many fun discussions with him discussing SC Triton Soccer seasons as well as jabbing each other regarding Florida State vs Notre Dame especially during the SC Triton State Championship year in 2019. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. With Love, The Rudnicki Family

  4. Barry Wood says:

    I’m sorry to hear that Bart has passed. I knew him through music back when I used to live in San Clemente. He did vocals on a song in 2006 on an album for one of my projects. He had an amazing voice.

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