Corbo worked at Greenwich Public Schools for 23 years — first as a business teacher, and then as assistant principal at Central Middle School — then called Central Junior High School — before moving up to the high school, where he headed the Career Education Department.
Corbo was a product of the University of Connecticut, where he earned a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and sixth year certificate in business education.
Before joining the faculty in Greenwich, Corbo taught four years in Colchester at Bacon Academy and six more at Middlesex Junior High in Darien. After retiring from more than two decades at the Greenwich school district, he spent another 13 years teaching at Butler Business School in Bridgeport.
Corbo was also dedicated to local sports, earning recognition from the Norwalk Old Timers Sports Committee. He was a longtime player agent for Norwalk Senior Babe Ruth League and was involved with the Calbin Murphy Basketball League for a quarter century.