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

  1. “I cannot fully express the sorrow I feel for you at this time. I am thinking about you always and am just a call away.

    1. Marco Lara says:

      Thank you for your kindness and loves and prayers towards my family and looking forward to see you guys in the near future.
      I know my babe is resting now and am here for my beautiful kids.thanks for the support and love to Vivian, love you all of you.

  2. My thoughts are with you. May you find strength, courage, and peace in this tough time. You and your kids are in my prayers.

    Waldina V

  3. Deseamos acompañarlos en tu dolor Marcos y expresar nuestro más sentido pésame, por el fallecimiento de una persona tan querida e importante en tu vida, como lo era tu esposa. Te transmitimos nuestras condolencias por el fallecimiento de tu esposa. No olvides que en la familia siempre encontrarás consuelo sincero. Departe de tu Tío Toño, Rafaela de Villanueva e hijos Graciela Villanueva

    1. shelli snead says:

      I worked with Luca @ Gorden elementary. I know your lovely wife from there. Deeply sorry to hear of your loss! May God bless and comfort all of you.

  4. Che Che, my dearest sister and friend. I love you and I miss you so much. Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 – Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up. Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone? Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.

    This is how I feel about my sisters. With them I have the best friends. I am finally getting some courage to write these words now. A sound, a thought, a word makes me think of you, and I love you and I miss you all the more.

    – Coci

  5. Dear Lara family,

    In this time of sadness allow wonderful memories of Vivian to keep alive in your heart.

    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Sharon Spradlin
    (Former Providence Elementary School Teacher)

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