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Amber April Barrera
05/26/2000 - 10/09/2021
Obituary For Amber April Barrera
Amber April Barrera, 21, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, October 9, 2021 with her loving husband and family by her side. Born in Cape Cod, MA, she was a lifelong resident of Dighton and graduated from Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School, class of 2018. It was there that she met her true love, Esai.
After high school, Amber went on to attend Bridgewater State University where she worked towards her BA degree in Photography and Media. She was recently accepted into the University of Oklahoma to complete her degree and begin a new adventure. With photography being one of her greatest passions, her goals would allow her to work at her dream job. Amber loved children and being around them brought her much happiness. She even used to work in the Children's Program at the YMCA. Amber will always be known as very humble and kind, touching many lives and bringing joy to all those who met her. She gave us the gift of true love and friendship.
In addition to her loving husband, Esai De Jesus Barrera, Amber is survived by her brothers and sisters in law, Ian Barrera of Middletown, Unai Barrera and Khalia King-Allen of Dighton, MA, Chayenne and Keishla Acevedo of Coventry, Kimberly Acevedo and Robert Luna of Mustang, OK and their children; their parents, Jose de Jesus Barrera, Rebekah and William Acevedo; her uncles and aunts, Harold and Gwen Vine of Pawtucket, Naomi and Tyrone Washington of North Providence, RI Denise and Walter Chambers of Bristol, CT and their children, Tabari and Jalen Evans, Jennaya Washington, Eric and Amanda Derouin and their children; her brothers, Alix Vercruysse and his wife Kory of Youngsville, LA; Michael Vercruysse and his wife Tonya of Mendon, MA; her sisters, Erica (Vercruysse) Ulrich and her husband Andrew of Dorchester, MA; Michelle Macura and her fiance Chris Garneau of West Yarmouth, MA; brother Chris Macura of Buzzards Bay, MA, and many beloved nieces and nephews; her grandmother, Marge Parks of Bridgewater, MA; her grandfather, Harold Vine Jr. of Pawtucket, and her adoptive parents, Derek and Dawn (Phillips) Parks of Norton, MA. She was the grand daughter of the late Edward Parks and the late Carol Vine.
Arrangements are with Family's Choice Cremation, 8 Schoolhouse Rd., Warren, where the family will receive relatives and friends, Wednesday, October 20, 2021 1-3pm. A service will be held for Amber in the funeral home at 3pm. In lieu of flowers, donations for Amber can be made at https://gofund.me/d89bb612 . For tributes, visit www.familyschoicecremation.com .
Amber you have always been such an inspiring and loving individual. I will always remember you for being a true genuine and loving person. Words can't describe how important you are. You'll forever be in my thoughts. I love you Amber❤️
It's hard to find the words to describe the loss of someone like Amber. There's a permanent hole in the hearts of so many people that she had touched so gracefully in her lifetime. Simply put, 21 years was never enough for her. She was an angel on this earth and she will forever be an angel wherever she is now. May she rest in the most beautiful, sweetest peace. Your memory will go on undoubtedly forever, beautiful. You are missed so terribly. 🤍
She was a great friend and wonderful person may she rest in peace. I will miss her . She was very kind. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends 🙏❤
Easi we are so sorry to hear this sad news of this beautiful child who left us to soon. I loved sitting with her many nights talking about how much she love photography. She was thrilled when I sold her my camera and she was so talented with this. You are an angel in heaven and will be missed by so many. Rest In Peace my dear sweet friend.. Molinari Family
She was a doll! Always helping others when they needed it. We were good friends for a while. Loved photograph and media. I will always remember her personality and her kind heart may you rest in peace
I am so sorry for your lost just got to meet you when your grandmother carol was my friend and you were at her house .
I'm so sorry for your loss. We love you and are here for you. You are not alone. She was the sweetest soul I have ever met and her memory will live on forever. I remember when Esai and Amber blew up dozens of balloons and hid in my room to surprise me for my graduation party. She was always so thoughtful and selfless. The was the bestest friend I've had 🤍 - Torie
You were such a beautiful soul 💛 may you rest in heavenly peace
Esai we are so sorry for your loss. Mr & Mrs Landry
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