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Vilma Aracely Barrera Rajo, 76 of Fayetteville, Georgia peacefully departed and entered eternal rest on Thursday, October 1, 2020. Born on March 4, 1944 and originally from San Salvador, EI Salvador, Vilma emigrated to New
Orleans, La. in 1978. She is survived by her sons Rene Emestica and Jose Barrera [lvette], and daughter Ana Barrera (Kwabena), and her spiritual son Gabriel Pineda (Carmin). She was preceded in death by her parents Reyes Barrera
Gonzalez, her mother Dolores Rajo, brothers Armando, Remberto Sr., Mario, Carlos, Rolando, sister Miriam, and nephew Milton Rajo. She is survived by a sister Isabel, nephews, Remberto Jr. (Yolanda), Arnoldo (Olga), Oscar (Lori), Nelson, Joel, and niece Ana Scully (Skip), and a sister in law, Julia Rajo. She will also be dearly missed by her grandchildren Ashley (Joe), Karla (Victor), Jose Jr., Rebecca, Nicolas, and Zacarv.and great-grandchildren Elliyah, and Victor.
Vilma, a longtime resident of Kenner, Louisiana, enjoyed taking care of plants and devoted her career in taking care of children for over 25 years. She enjoyed spending time conversing about God, the Bible, and her Christian Faith. She also enjoyed praying for and giving spiritual advice to anyone that needed it.
A celebration of her life event will be held in City Park, New Orleans at the Perystyle area, 42 Dreyfous Dr., New Orleans, Louisiana, with family and friends on October 25, 2020 between 1-5 pm.
In lieu of flowers, Vilma was asked prior to her passing on, and she requested you to “Please hug your loved ones, appreciate life.” She also said that “Yes indeed you take all the Love that you give and receive with you in passing.”
The Barrera family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 West, Fayetteville. Messages of condolence may be left at www.GeorgiaCremation.com.
Such a sweet and loving soul Heaven has gained. I never had the pleasure of meeting you but your loss is felt. The warmth and beauty of you are displayed through you son, Jose, and I am thankful you were kind enough to share a part of yourself through him with all of us. May your family find peace in knowing they possess the best of your qualities and continue to share those with all they touch.
Evelyn Johnson says
Ana and Kwabena, So sorry to hear of your loss. Cherish the memories and know that you will always have her with you and watching over you. This is just another angel now that you and Kwabena have to watch over you. Between her and Linda, no weapon formed against you will prosper. I love you guys, beyond.
Virginia Ramirez says
Siento mucho por el dolor que estan pasandoque Dios les ayude en su consolacion y recordemos la bendita esperanza de la resurrección que no esta muy lenos con mucho amor virginia Ramírez
Flora J. Hopkins says
Ana and Kwabena,
Nothing can prepare us for the void of losing a love one.
You can often find comfort in knowing that there were days
that you could share laughter, talks, or just being in the presence of each other. Cherish those memories and know
that she’s safe in His arms.
carlos joel Rajo Gonzalez says
Our Deepest Condolences my Wife and I
Life is the greatest gift that God has given us.death is only a bridge towards eternal life with God. Certainly, Heaven is rejoicing for another soul has finally reached his true home.
Danielle and Ahmed says
Sending my deepest condolences to the family & friends.. Ana, you know I’m here for you always sis and we loved your mami very much.. Cherish the memories and all the love your mami had for you.. She’s very proud of you and will always watch over you. Praying for peace and comfort during this difficult time. We love you