Carlos A. Almeida

Date of Passing:

December 31, 2020

Almeida, Carlos A., 75, formerly of Church Street, Barrington died unexpectedly on December 31, 2020 at St. Anne’s Hospital, Fall River, MA. . He was the beloved husband of Manuela M. (Canario) Almeida.

Born in Faial Azores, Portugal, a son of Ilda Natalia Viveiros of Riverside and the late Gualter M. Almeida, he lived in Barrington for 40 years and Stafford Road, Tiverton for the past year.

Mr. Almeida was a custodian for the Barrington School Department for 26 years before retiring in 2008. He also was head of Facility Maintenance at the Barrington YMCA for 20 years.

Carlos was a member of the Bristol Sports Club, Warren Soccer Club, Phillips Street Hall Soccer Club, Luso Americana Soccer Association and the Fayal Sports Club in Faial, Azores. He was a head coach and member of the Barrington Soccer Assocation.

Mr. Almeida served in the Portuguese Army as a Military Police Officer.

Besides his wife and mother, he is survived by four sons, Carlos A. Almeida Jr. of East Providence, Christopher M. Almeida and his wife Ashley M. Rook-Almeida of Riverside and twin sons, Richard D. Almeida of Tiverton and Robert D. Almeida of Warwick; a sister, Dora M. Almeida of Lisbon, Portugal; a brother, Albert Almeida of the Azores, Portugal and one granddaughter, Ryleigh R. Almeida of Riverside.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Brendan Church, Turner Avenue, Riverside on Tuesday January 5, 2021 at 10 a.m. Calling hours and flowers are respectfully omitted. Contributions in Carlos’s memory to St. Brendan Church, 60 Turner Avenue, Riverside, RI, 02915 would be deeply appreciated.

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16 Comments

  1. Manuella, Carlos, Richard, Robert and Christopher,

    Our family sends our deepest sympathies in the loss of Carlos. Many great memories over the years

  2. We will always miss you!

  3. To the Almeida Family – Manuela, Carlos, Chris, Richard and Robert,
    I was deeply saddened to learn from my son, Andrew, of your recent loss of Carlos. Although I did not know him very well, he always struck me as a kind and decent man, beloved by his family and many other people who knew him.

    Desafortunadamente, sé muy bien lo que están sintiendo. Mi más sentido pésame,

    Joe

  4. To the Almeida family

    We met Carlos for the first time in 1972 when we visited our good friends Fatima and Manuel. Carlos was married to their daughter Manuela and he was very generous and kind. He showed us all around the area that time and in future visits. I would like to send my deepest sympathy to all the Almeida family. May god bless you all at this difficult time.

    The Cordeiro Family

  5. I am so sorry for your loss my prayersto the family

  6. So very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to you all.

  7. To the Almeida family

    I would like to send my deepest sympathys to all the Almeida family we have been know as family rather then just friends from generations back to our parents your loss is also our loss may god bless you all at this difficult time.
    The Oliver Family
    (Luis)

  8. My dear nephews and sister-in-law, at this very sad moment in our lives, let us remember the character of this loved one who has now left us. He was an exemplary citizen, an always attentive man, an intelligent analyst of the reality of Portugal, the United States and the world. O
    Carlos Alberto has been a sportsman since he was young and has maintained that passion all his life, training young people in the United States. He was a very sociable person and a friend of his friend. He was a courageous worker, in order to give his family a quality life. He was an extreme father, a friendly husband, an attentive son and caregiver for his mother and concerned for his father.
    I only have fond memories of my brother Carlos. He always promoted closeness and friendship. He was always an attentive and protective brother. I lost a brother who was always there and who was an emotional support in my life.

  9. Carlos and I started working at the Barrington Y in 1968. He had just moved to the U.S. and spoke very little English. He was a hard worker and an extremely caring person. Members at the Y loved him.
    RIP Carlos

  10. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your whole family.

  11. So sorry for your loss my prayers are with you all.

  12. Dick, Mike, Steve & I send our deepest condolences to your entire family🙏 He was a great soccer coach, neighbor & friend to us all while living in Barrington & as all the boys grew up & played with one another! Will see him once again before too long🙏🙏. God Bless & know we are thinking of you all❤️❤️

  13. Sending our condolences and sympathies to the family

  14. We are all very sorry for your loss

  15. Dear cousins, I wish you all the happiness in the world. You were very lucky to have such a supportive and honorable man as a father. Uncle Carlos was always very nice to me and I cherish the memories of the times we spent together in the Azores, Lisbon and USA.
    I will pray for him and all of you.

  16. Dear Manuela, Carlos. Chris, Richard and Robert, I am so sad to hear from Brendan of your sudden loss. May everything Carlos was — caring, hard working, thoughtful and all the other virtues known secretly in your hearts — live on in your love and memories forever. God bless you with strength as you journey through your grief in the days that follow. With prayers and love,

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