Brian L. Desmarais

Brian L. Desmarais, 22, of East Providence passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at Rhode Island Hospital.

Born in Pawtucket, he was the beloved son of Rodney Perry and Lisa Desmarais.

Brian worked for Cardi’s Furniture and worked in construction.  He liked producing and performing his own music.  Brian was an avid skateboarder and enjoyed being outdoors with his friends.  He was a good son and a loving father.  Brian was a kind, gentle and forgiving person who will be missed by all who knew him.

Besides his parents he leaves a son, Dean Gonzalez, six siblings, Ciara Fernandes, Vanessa Desmarais, Rodney Perry, Michael Desmarais, William Simmons, Monique Desmarais and many aunts and uncles.  He was the grandson of the late Vivian Perry, Donald and Joyce Desmarais.

His funeral services will be private, friends and family may view a live stream of the service on Saturday, May 24, 2020 at 10 A.M.


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Virginia Paige from Providence wrote on May 23, 2020 at 10:14 am:
I’m watching the live stream with Londyn and jayden, Londyn kissed you.. we are going to miss you! I can never forget the day you took me to get my first tattoo and then I changed my mind after I saw the equipment!! It’s so unbelievable and heartbreaking. Until we meet again! Love you boo boo forever in our hearts.
Shyan from East Providence wrote on May 23, 2020 at 10:02 am:
Been thinking about you like crazy it just doesn’t feel real I love you and to your mom and dad your son Truly was a great friend to me he used to brighten up a room he could make anybody laugh for hours he had a spirit about him like no other rest easy I miss and love you boo boo
Lexyy from Pawtucket wrote on May 23, 2020 at 9:51 am:
ill never forget out first date was at the 2 dollar movie theater in EP , your mom dropped you off , we watched the funniest childish movie and just laughed , you and belas bond was the cutest ive ever seen , you always told me '' i cant wait till i have my own, ima be the best dad '' AND THAT YOU ARE , we had a rocky start in are relationship but YOU ALWAYS HAD A BIG HEART ! i hate that you had to leave us to early , IT WASNT YUR TIME , boo boo i love you and im so so sorrrry , your loss is so hard to try and get over and i just cant , I WISH I WAS THERE TO SAVE YOU ! WE LOVE AND MISS YOU BRIAN FOR EVERIN MY HEART
Travis Johnson (Matt Trav) from East Providence wrote on May 23, 2020 at 9:19 am:
I can’t even believe you’re gone. I remember the first time I met you on cookie hill where they had the old rope swing, I am talking about 2005-2006. You was a young lil homie with a heart stronger than almost everyone I know. I gave you a skateboard because I just bought a new one. I remember clear as day, you said ( Yoo can you teach me how too Tony Hawk on that Sh*t ) You were the Realist dude i knew, tougher than all these wannabes in EP. I Love you lil homie. I promise. Your death will be avenged believe that. Rest Easy Boo Boo! 😞
Cassandra darosa from Fall River wrote on May 23, 2020 at 8:47 am:
Boo boo you will forever be remembered for the way you could make everyone laugh and smile. Your nieces will always remember you and we will all look out for baby dean. We love you and will miss you. ❤️
Linda tavares from East providence wrote on May 23, 2020 at 8:37 am:
Rodney and Lisa I am so very sorry for your loss. Nothing can be more devestating than losing a child. May God give you strength to get through the days ahead. RIP BooBoo.
Isaiah Cordeiro from Providence wrote on May 23, 2020 at 7:16 am:
The times we had together as kids is irreplaceable, I won’t ever forget all the shit you did for boys when we was down bad. Ima make sure you live on thru me & the boys, we love you boo ! Til We Meet Again My Friend. ONE 🖤
Azu Perry from Thousand Oaks wrote on May 23, 2020 at 2:35 am:
I will always love you "Boo Boo" .You were a loving and caring cousin who always had a smile to help brighten up everyone's day. You were heavy in my heart and knowing that I know you are always a part of me. “Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.”
Lily Arredondo from East Providence wrote on May 22, 2020 at 11:55 pm:
RIP Boo boo, you were a good person. Always happy when ever I saw you. May you rest Easy in heaven, with all love, Lily.
Tyrone Perry from Pawtucket wrote on May 22, 2020 at 11:40 pm:
Little "Boo Boo" I liked to call you just "B".I am sitting here devastated in my little apartment.You would always come & check up on me & bring your friends so they could meet me.You loved your uncle & made sure I knew.U would say,"Say it back." & I would respond,"I love you more than a kicker loves making field goals...More than Satan loves stealing souls." You was my nephew, but u was also my man & the little brother I never had.May GOD nourish your precious soul.I love & already miss you....My little brother.
Paul PG Leonard from East Providence wrote on May 22, 2020 at 10:15 pm:
Boo Boo! One thing for sure I'll never forget all the good times we had together, Rest in Peace, I'll see u again one day..
Bruce Rice wrote on May 22, 2020 at 4:45 pm:
I remember it like it was yesterday..... I used to sneak over my fence and play basketball with you and my aunt would yell at me to come home ... still can’t believe this is true fly high my brother and watch over the people u care for most I’ll see you when it’s my time much love
Bianca vails from providence wrote on May 22, 2020 at 3:31 pm:
love and miss you boo , I was just talking to you the other day never forget the crazy childhood we had , growing up and chilling everyday ❤
Quinn from Pawtucket wrote on May 22, 2020 at 3:28 pm:
I love you bro it was never anything but good times and love from us to each other, love you B and gonna miss you bro and not seeing you at IHOP no more.
Rayna barboza from East providence wrote on May 22, 2020 at 2:51 pm:
April Perry from Thousand Oaks, CA wrote on May 22, 2020 at 1:09 pm:
Lisa and Rodney we are all shocked and devastated at the sudden loss of our Brian “Boo-Boo”. None of us know the how, when or WHY of our final call when we are here...and the grief of such a swift 22 years is too heavy even for the mighty soul. Heaven is lit up with “Boo-Boo’s” large smile, dimples that were so deep you couldn’t help but feel the warmth and love, and a laugh that just set us off into joy. I can still hear him yell the other day...”God he always YELLED”...Hey Auntie...and to that I yell back HEY “BOO-BOO” I LOVE YOU, rest in peace and hug Jesus for us...! Auntie April
Samila wrote on May 22, 2020 at 12:56 pm:
❤️ may your beautiful young soul Rest In Peace my friend 🙏🙁
Denise Johnson from Cranston wrote on May 22, 2020 at 12:41 pm:
Bo bo you will be safely missed ❤❤❤
Rayna barboza from East providence wrote on May 22, 2020 at 11:28 am:
Babe I just passed your street and It hit me hard 😢 I went to a few stores we would go to and of course they remembered seeing us together and said sorry for my loss it’s just not right. You brought me and my son so much joy and I know you brought joy to many other people. I just want to kiss you and hug you and laugh at your stupid jokes. I will forever love you and think of you daily you were right we were soul mates babe I’ll live life for you 🥺❤️😘
Reggie Bracewell from East Providence wrote on May 22, 2020 at 11:10 am:
Boo Boo you will always be a brother to me and just know I’ll never forget you and YOUR A LEGEND AND WILL FOREVER WILL BE ! 💔💔🙏🏾