Felix Andrew Carrasco

 

Felix Andrew Carrasco, 29, passed away on November 23, 2020.

Born in Providence, he was the beloved son of Felix M. Carrasco and Kelli J. Price.

Felix was a Registered Nurse at Rhode Island Hospital, previously working as a Medical Assistant at Miriam Hospital. He was a 2020 graduate of CCRI earning his Associates Degree in nursing. He was to start classes at URI in January, his goal was to be a critical care Nurse Practitioner. He loved to travel, enjoyed cooking, playing video games, and spending time with his son. He was an amazing father and incredible role model to his son, Felix J. Carrasco. 

Besides his mother, father, and son, he leaves behind one sister, Alexis P. Carrasco, one brother, Andres M. Carrasco, his paternal grandparents, Felix and Virginia Carrasco, his maternal grandparents, Neil and Charlotte Price and many aunts, uncles and cousins who love him and miss him. 

Calling hours will be held on Sunday, November 29, 2020 from 1-3pm in the PERRY-MCSTAY FUNERAL HOME, 2555 Pawtucket Avenue, East Providence. Funeral services will be private. The guidelines set forth by the Rhode Island Department of Health will be observed. Face coverings are required at all times and only ten people will be allowed in the funeral home at a time.

 


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Gerald and Dyani Ogletree from Ruskin wrote on January 22, 2021 at 2:23 pm:
Our deepest condolences to the family may Jehovah strengthen and keep you in this time of bereavement. John 5 :28-29,1Corinthians 15:55-57 I pray these scriptures can comfort you and give you hope for the future, Sincerely the Ogletree family
Shawn Price from PROVIDENCE wrote on December 22, 2020 at 1:22 am:
To my cousin/brother I will always miss and love you. I'm still in disbelief, I have so many memories from my childhood to adulthood with you. From playing video games along with are cousin Andre Carrasco. To playing basketball, and mostly you always beating us both lol. Always the funniest person at are family gatherings. I looked up to you and always will. I hope you will continue to by our family's guardian angel, and you'll forever remain in our hearts. I love you, in Jesus name Amen.
L’Oréal and Jasmine from Novi Michigan wrote on December 10, 2020 at 11:52 pm:
Our dear cousin Felix will be missed. Our hearts are heavy with sadness here in Michigan. Jasmine and I wish so much that we could be there with all of you. We hope you all feel surrounded by our love. We both love all of you so very much, more then words can express. Love you all L’Oréal and Jasmine
Stephanie Mattera from North Providence wrote on December 9, 2020 at 10:07 pm:
To Felix and Kelli, I really just can't believe it. Felix worked at my doctor's office. I looked forward to my appointments because of him. His warmth, sense of humor and kindness made my visits to the doctor seem more like visiting with friends. He was such a blessing to me.
Giselle Pinto from Pawtucket wrote on December 3, 2020 at 2:54 pm:
To the Carrasco and Price family my deepest condolences. I had the pleasure to know Felix when I worked at the men's health clinic. I will always remember him as a caring, smart, funny, compassionate friend. The last memory I have of Felix is giving him a hug when he went to say goodbye. He will be missed! May he rest in peace.
Dulce Dorilas from Providence wrote on December 3, 2020 at 11:02 am:
My condolences to the Carrasco family. May he RIP🙏
KC from MA wrote on December 2, 2020 at 9:54 am:
Felix was my classmate. His calm nature, and compassionate kind disposition made him stand out from the rest... He was and still is an amazing father... the qualities of this man's story are nothing short of amazing. I admired his drive and his ambition to create a successful life. I was so happy to hear from him recently...and now such a turn of events. To His Family; He will always, ALWAYS be with you. Hang tight to the beloved memories. My brother will be with him in Heaven--looking down on all of us with the same kind eyes they have always had. Rest In Peace Felix <3 Praying for the healing of your son and family.
Kelli Price from North Providence wrote on December 2, 2020 at 9:22 am:
Thank you to everyone that has left a story, a memory, or a professional interaction with my son. I love hearing about this side of him. He was such a strong, independent, genuine person with a golden future ahead of him. Most people would never guess that he suffered from anxiety and depression. That’s the thing with this type of mental illness. They often hide it well and push through each day smiling and joking. Until one day, they just can’t anymore. Through my own therapy, I’m learning there doesn’t have to be a reason THAT ONE PARTICULAR DAY may become too overwhelming to them. It doesn’t have to be something a person said, or did, or didn’t say, or didn’t do. It comes down to what is going on in that person’s mind at that moment in time. Thank you to everyone that shared in the gift of my son’s life. Everyone that helped take him out of his own head long enough for him to smile, laugh, discuss future plans. Helped him feel positive, even if it was for a short time. For 29 years, you made me proud to be your mom every single day. You always made me laugh, and you often left me with something deep to think about. I’m going to miss our conversations. I’m even going to miss our arguments. We had the best arguments. Probably because as you often reminded me, “Mom, you know I’m the male version of you”. ☺️ Im going to miss you my son....So much... I love you. Don’t worry, your dad, your sister, and I will make sure your son is always surrounded by you. He misses you too. We all do. But we’ll pull together because we know that’s what you expect from us. ❤️
Kate Richall from Cumberland wrote on December 1, 2020 at 6:58 am:
My heart broke when I heard the news of Felix’s passing. We were in the same clinical group together for the first year of nursing school at CCRI. He always talked about his son and was so so proud of him. Felix had a heart of gold and was so easy to talk to. He always kept us smiling and brightened our days at school. I am thankful to have known him and have such great memories with him. Praying for the Carrasco family during this difficult and sad time.
Sylvia Dunne from Barrington wrote on November 30, 2020 at 3:31 pm:
Felix carried light. He had a remarkable ability to really see people as they were, and accepted them without a second thought. I feel very fortunate to have called him a friend at CCRI. My heart and love is with his friends and family left behind.
Joyce Amato from Cranston wrote on November 30, 2020 at 2:43 pm:
Kelli, Felix, Shante and Carrasco and Price family, I am so very sorry for your terrible loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. What wonderful tributes he has received; he was obviously a very special person. He will always be by your side as your guardian angel.
Melissa Cardona from Lincoln wrote on November 30, 2020 at 12:21 pm:
Dear Carrasco Family, my deepest condolences for the loss of your son. I am deeply saddened by this news. Felix and I worked together at The Miriam Hospital and we quickly became friends. We often spoke about his career, his family (especially his son) and all his life goals. May he Rest In Peace. Good bye good friend.
Karen Baptista from East Providence wrote on November 29, 2020 at 9:13 pm:
My deepest sympathies for the loss of your son. I am stunned to hear that he has passed. I had the pleasure of working with Felix at the Men's Health Center. He was a kind, compassionate, and thoughtful man. His smile was infectious; you couldn't help but to smile when he did. We shared many hard laughs together that brought us to tears. Felix had an AMAZING soul. He will me truly missed by me.
Lorie Martin-Rapoza from Barrington wrote on November 29, 2020 at 8:01 pm:
To the Carrasco Family, Please accept my deepest sympathies for the loss of your son, Felix. I had the distinct pleasure of working with Felix at the Miriam Hospital. Felix exemplified all the qualities to succeed in the nursing profession and in life- compassion, kindness, dedication, a sense of humor, intelligence. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.
Nicholas Beaudoin from Pawtucket wrote on November 29, 2020 at 6:51 pm:
To the family of Felix Carrasco, I am truly saddened by the news. I had worked with Felix at the men’s health Center, and we became fast friends. He was an amazing person and was always eager to offer a helping hand when someone needed it, with a big contagious smile. He was a great friend and father. I really will miss you my friend, may you rest in eternity. - Nick Beaudoin
William Berg from Queens, NY wrote on November 29, 2020 at 6:06 pm:
To the Carrasco family, My deepest sympathies, my thoughts are with you during this difficult time. While I only knew Felix for a little over a year, his personality and kind nature made a large impact on me. I worked with Felix at the Men's Health Center at The Miriam Hospital. When I first started working at the center, he welcomed me readily and made me feel part of the work family. Over the course of the last year, we had many long discussions about a wide range of topics, but many centered around healthcare and compassionate care for patients. I was always touched by his intelligence and his amiable and humble comportment. He would often share stories about his son and it was clear how proud he was of him. His work ethic and dedication to family and friends was clear. Rest in peace good friend.
Alan & Candida Lubas from Chicopee MA wrote on November 29, 2020 at 5:53 pm:
Dear ones,Our family "Grieves" with yours Looking forward to our Resurrection Hope on Paradise On Earth...JEHOVAH Our Grand Creator Looks forward to bring to life Those who have died..Job14:14,15. We look forward To that day with you to welcome Felix to life without end! at last!
Kristen Coombs from Warwick wrote on November 29, 2020 at 3:24 pm:
To Felix’s family, I’m so saddened by this news and so very sorry for your loss. I worked with Felix at the Men’s Health Center and he was always such a warm and friendly presence at the clinic. He had a great sense of humor, an infectious laugh, and always showed kindness and compassion to his coworkers and patients. We will miss him very much, Rest In Peace Felix ❤️
Mark R Paulos from Providence wrote on November 29, 2020 at 2:24 pm:
To the family of Felix Carrasco, I express my most sincere condolences. I had the pleasure of working with Felix who was a medical assistant at my practice. He was bright, compassionate and hard working and always a pleasure to work with. He will be dearly missed by his patients and coworkers. I wish you comfort in this challenging time, and I pray that Felix is resting in peace in God’s eternal embrace. Mark Paulos MD
Kelly Ashley-Bangoura from Providence wrote on November 29, 2020 at 2:19 pm:
I worked with Felix at The Men's Health Center at Miriam. What a shock this is. I just sent him a Thanksgiving text on last Wednesday. He was a kind, funny, brilliantly smart, and dependable young man. He had a hard time calling me Kelly as it is his mom's name and we are about the same age. So, he would call ma. I will truly miss him. Rest in paradise my friend. 💜 Kelly Ashley-Bangoura