Adrian D. Corona, 27, a beloved son, brother, nephew, grandson, friend and newly certified electrician, passed away unexpectedly due to a street bike accident on February 16, 2024. Adrian’s dedication to his craft and his infectious enthusiasm brightened the lives of all who knew him. He will be deeply missed and fondly remembered for his passion, kindness, and unwavering love for his family.

Adrian’s adventurous spirit was evident from his upbringing in the small town of Naselle, WA, where he spent countless hours riding dirt bikes and quads in the woods with his friends, creating memories that will forever live on in their hearts. His love for traveling and passion for basketball added to his zest for life, leaving an indelible mark on all who had the privilege of knowing him. Adrian’s love for his family knew no bounds; he cared deeply for their wellbeing and happiness. He often took the time to fix things for them, whether it was tackling home projects or simply showing up to have breakfast or enjoy his favorite morning coffee together. His presence brought warmth and joy to every gathering, and his absence leaves a void that can never be filled. Adrian’s playful nature and love for laughter made him a goofball at heart. He delighted in playing funny tricks and teasing his loved ones, his big smile and infectious laugh lighting up the room and leaving everyone in stitches. His playful antics will be dearly missed, but the memories of his laughter will continue to bring comfort and joy to those who hold him dear. Adrian was also a mentor and motivator, always lecturing everyone to strive for their best and make good choices to better themselves. His words of wisdom will resonate in the hearts of those he inspired, serving as a guiding light in their journey towards personal growth and success.

 For the last six years, Adrian resided in the Seattle area, seizing the opportunity for an apprenticeship to become a high voltage electrician. He pursued this career path with dedication, receiving his certification in September 2023. Adrian was scheduled to walk at graduation on February 24, 2024, a testament to his hard work and determination. In Seattle, he embraced a new chapter of his life, where he met a new set of friends with whom he shared a passion for cars and street bikes. Adrian’s warm personality and love for adventure made him a cherished member of this community, and his presence will be deeply missed. His promising future was bright and his legacy of perseverance and friendship will continue to inspire those who knew him.

 Adrian is survived by his mother, Idali Mendoza, his father, Daniel Corona, his siblings, Caleb (Cali) and Victoria (Matthew), and his nieces and nephews: Mya, Dominick, Jeremiah, and Zariah. He is also survived by his grandparents, Manuel and Eustolia, his uncle Rene and aunt Ivone, along with cousins: Vanessa, Rene Jr., Alexis, and Siannah. Adrian is also survived by the Corona family, including numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins, who mourn his passing and cherish his memory. Adrian is further survived by his fiancée, Princessa, who shared in his joys and supported him through life’s journey with plans for marriage and a family of their own in the future.

As we bid farewell to Adrian, let his legacy ignite a flame within each of us—a flame fueled by integrity, hard work, and boundless love. Let us honor his memory by embracing life with respect and honor, by tirelessly pursuing our dreams with unwavering determination, and by setting and reaching goals that elevate our souls and inspire those around us. May we strive to be beacons of light in a world often shrouded in darkness, spreading kindness, compassion, and love wherever we go. Let us live intentionally, loving fiercely, and cherishing every moment, for in doing so, we honor the beautiful soul that was Adrian Corona.

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