Analia “Veronica” Corbin, 42, died Thursday, February 2, 2017 with her loving family by her side. After a courageous 2 year battle with cancer, she was welcomed home into the loving arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ. Veronica was born on February 5, 1974 in San Juan, Argentina to parents Jose Rojas and Josefa Ortiz. At age 6 the family moved to Tucuman where she graduated high school and attended the university. On New Year’s Day 1999 she met the love of her life, Daniel Corbin. After a yearlong fairytale courtship the two were joined together in holy matrimony on January 29th, 2000. From there they moved to New York to begin a family and grow in their discipleship and service of our Lord. That same year the Lord blessed their union with the birth of their firstborn son Ettienne Sebastian. The Lord continued to bless their marriage with the additions of Kimberly Cosette, Soren Benjamin, Ashley Dominique, Liam Gael, Audrey Hadassah, and Natalie Hannah. Along with her role as wife and homemaker extraordinaire, she took on the arduous task of homeschooling all seven of their children. Veronica loved art, gardening, history, languages (she spoke four), reading and traveling abroad. Above all her passions, the one that guided her life was her love for Jesus and the purity of God’s word. She valued memorizing and studying the word of God and teaching those around her His truths. Her heart’s desire was, and still is, to share the gospel of Christ with her beloved family and to a lost and dying world. She is the reflection of the woman found in Proverbs 31; valued far above rubies, she shall be praised. Veronica is survived by her husband, Daniel Christopher Corbin and their 7 children named above; mother Josefa Concepcion Ortiz of Tucuman, Argentina; sister Maria Luisa Rojas and brothers Raul Antonio Ceferino and Sergio Alejandro Rojas. She is also survived by her many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, in-laws, primos hermanos and cherished friends. She was predeceased in by her father, Jose Anselmo Rojas and youngest brother, Jose Sebastian Rojas.
A memorial service will be held on her birthday, February 5, 2017 at First Baptist Church, 5105 School Road, Land O Lakes, Florida. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Corbin children’s college fund can be sent to First Baptist Church Land O Lakes.