Vivian Baez-Lara

Vivian Baez-Lara

February 06, 1975 - April 23, 2020
Chesterfield, VA

Vivian Baez-Lara

February 06, 1975 - April 23, 2020
Chesterfield, VA


Vivian Baez-Lara, 45, of Chesterfield, passed away on Thursday, April 23, 2020. She is loved and remembered by her beloved husband, Marco Lara; parents, James and Sonia Baez; children, Luca, Sofia, Tova, Milo and Bianca Lara; sisters, Christine, Catherine and Kimberly Baez and many other loving family member and friends. Vivian loved spending time with her family and playing with her kids. She enjoyed crafting and shopping when she wasn”™t home. Vivian was a woman of faith and was a dedicated Jehovah”™s Witness. Interment will be private among her family.

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16 responses to Vivian Baez-Lara

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  1. Elnora Webb says:

    Lara Family,
    I was so sorry to read of the passing of my spiritual sister Vivian. I do not know your family, but I wanted to send you my condolences. We can be grateful that we know the true God, Jehovah. We know the wonderful hope of the resurrection which is right around the corner.

  2. Marco Lara says:

    This pictures of remembrance of my wife transported me to the most amazing place.
    people might say wedding day, but for me was a beginning that I was not by myself anymore I will take care and protect my friend, partner, my love, my beautiful muse.
    Several years has gone by you start mature and see our relationship as a whole she is my rock-but with family life always come challenging moments ,happy moment, and beautiful kids in our life who enriched our connection more and more everyday day.
    I know our family are going to missed you my Muse but you’re presence will always be in our heart and I will teach our kids not to be scare of life, be honest ,caring to everyone and each other’s just like you care for us and friend , our neighborhood its been amazing supporting you and our family .
    Shows how much you are love for everyone,I just want to let you know “don’t worry” I will always love you, our kids love you and the community love you as well, that will be the legacy that I will instruct to our kids and to everyone around us.
    In conclusion this is not goodbye but I see you in near future in the hope of resurrection,I can’t wait to see you again .
    Thank you for the amazing life time adventure my love
    Sincerely you husband Marco Lara

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Vivian’s passing. Wishing the family strength during this time. Rev 21:3,4

  4. Ana Barahona says:

    My deepest condolences, my dear cousin, may God give you strength for this difficult time and may God help you at this time. I love you very much, your cousin Ana Barahona and Family.

  5. Sonia Chicas says:

    Que Dios la tenga en su Santo lugar’ y que a la familia le de mucha paz, esa paz que solo el señor Jesús nos da
    Sonia Villanueva de Chicas

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