Judah was born at home in Tacoma, WA, delivered by a midwife and his father, and was a sweet boy with a good spirit. So sweet and caring that he quickly earned the nickname of “Sugarman.”
His childhood was complicated, especially following the divorce of his parents at age 9, after which, regretably, he continued to live with his mother.
At age 15, Judah’s father became aware of Judah’s serious physical and emotional abuse in the home by his biological mother Laurieann Marona and his brother Malach Corsini. Judah’s father and step-mother fought for custody of Judah and after 2 years, won the (CHINS) or ‘Child In Need of Services’ petition, which Judah filed with the State of WA. His WA Superior Court Case Number: 95-3-03417-8 and CHINS Petition Number: 02-7-01695-6 Feb 3rd 2003. During the 2 year court case, Judah had to be placed within the fostercare system until the litigation was resolved. Finally Judah won his case and he came to live with his father and step-mother, at which point his education finally took hold in a public high school.
Judah proved his potential to excel, eventually finding his own way through being admitted to Western Washington University. He was extremely self-driven with high intelligence and had many life goals. Along with his self-drive for a good education, Judah was also trained in several construction trades by his father, in which, Judah had mastered painting and landscaping. “God blessed the work of his hands”, his father stated, and is proud of his accomplishments.
When Judah was a few semesters from completing his BA, he began to suffer from mental illness and drug abuse. Even amid Judah’s condition, his friends will tell you he was a loving, caring and a fun person to be around.
Judah was preceded in death by his little brother “Tommy” in 2009, Grandpa Len (Amy’s father) in 2010, and Grandma Evy in 2013. He is survived by many other family members: his parents G. Tomas Sr. and Amy Corsini, Grandma Jan, his biological mother Laurieann, and five other siblings from mixed families: Danielle Corsini, Julia Corsini-Ortiz, Malachi Corsini, Sharayah Rose Beattie, and Selah Corsini; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Our son Judah’s psych counselor stated Judah had experienced PTSD from living through the emotional abuse by his biological mother and his brother Malachi. My son Judah suffered from brokenness of spirit and a tormented mind. We believe he is in a better place, and both his mind and spirit are now finally at peace. A celebration of life will be held on August 3, 2018, 10:00 a.m., at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 3030 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004.