Two best friends from prominent ranching families killed in West Marin crash

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April 29, 2019

The uncle credited Joey and Jeff Corda for making sure the family ranch remained an open space through an agreement with the Marin Agricultural Land Trust. He said his nephew worked full time and had spent much of his time off keeping the ranch a showpiece in the bucolic valley.

“Joey was only able to enjoy it 42 years but it’s going to go down as a legacy for everyone,” his uncle said.

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