A’Corie Lavelle Young departed this life on Apr 10, 2022 in Cambridge, MD at the young age of 20. Although his length of time with us was small, his loving impact on us was huge. He was affectionately known as “Corie” in the family and “Cee” in the community.
Corie was born to Carla Young and Darryl Glenn in Easton, MD on February 12, 2002. He was the baby brother of three children at home and they raised Corie like their own. As a little boy, he loved basketball and started playing point guard at the young age of 7. Corie was a member of Cambridge-South Dorchester High School, Class of 2020; where he was a proud “Viking” and played on the Varsity Basketball team.
Corie lived by the saying “Ball is Life,” and he played a good game of recreations throughout the years starting with Youth League Basketball, Mace’s Lane Middle School Boy’s Basketball team, AAU Basketball teams, and the Varsity Basketball team at CSD. Lastly, Corie spent his latest years growing into manhood and working at Egide Manufacturing Company, where he loved his job.
Corie had a love for music that was obviously deeply rooted in his family. He would stay home and play the game or write rap music to creatively express himself. He wrote over 30 songs and had 22 songs published on iTunes, where his latest rap album is titled “I Got Potential.”
Corie is survived by his mother Carla Young of Cambridge, MD; father Darryl Glenn of Oklahoma City, OK; one son A’Khai Cai’Lek Young of Cambridge, MD; one grandmother Mary Glenn of Baltimore, MD. two sisters Meisha Woolford of Hyattsville, MD, Dyniece Jarvis of North Carolina, five brothers Kenny Harris Jr, Michael Batson Jr both of Cambridge, MD, Delvin Glenn, and Darian Nunn both of Baltimore, MD, Darryl Glenn Jr. of North Carolina. One 1st cousin who was more like a brother Everett Young Jr (Tyneika) of Cambridge, MD, and one cousin who was also more like a sister Chardonnay Carter of Baltimore, MD. Godmother, Vicky Johnson of Cambridge, MD. Godfather, Parrish Woolford of Manassas, VA. Four God-Sisters, Shamya Johnson of Salisbury, MD, Britney Woolford of Columbus, OH, Paris Woolford of Bethesda, MD, India (Montrell) Williams of Cambridge, MD. Three Godbrothers, Rishawn Brooks of Easton, MD, Jequil Harris of Valdosta, GA and Zacori Scott of Cambridge, MD. Two aunts Karen Bryant and Tiffany Glenn of Baltimore, MD, one uncle Paul Jones (Veronica) of Cambridge, MD. Three great uncles Palestine Elliott (Mary) of Odenton, MD, Frederick Elliott (Connie) of Cambridge, MD, and Don Juan Collins Sr. of Cambridge, MD. Five nieces: Keaja, Manajha, Keniyia, Ny’Chara, Ah’Zya and Jor’Dyn. Six nephews; Jhai, Kavion, Kaombre, Malachi, Masen, and Karsen. A host of special friends Julya, Jer, Ree, Slicc, and Ve’Jon and two special cousins George and Felecia Carter.
He was preceded in death by his grandmother Elizabeth Young, grandfather Leroy Elliott, uncle Everett Young Sr, godmother Darlene Woolford, great aunts Aneita Camper, Delema Hill and Marvella Travis, and great-grandmother Marian Keene- Collins