Belmira da Conceicao Sousa Carreiro

Birth: 1927-11-16 Died: 2021-07-12

Visitation Date:

Visitation Location:

Service Date: Thursday, July 22, 2021

Service Time: 10:00 A.M.

Service Location: Our Lady of Fatima Portuguese Parish

Service Address: 1423 East 13th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.

November 16, 1927 – July 12, 2021

CARREIRO, Belmira Conceição, born in São Vicente Ferreira,

Ponta Delgada, Azores, passed away peacefully with family

at her side on July 12, 2021 in Vancouver, B.C. at the age of 93.

Predeceased by her husband, Agostinho. Survived by her children,

Manuel (Sara), Maria (Jim), John, Annette (Jim) and Odette,

six grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Belmira was the

youngest of six children and was raised by one of her older sisters.

She immigrated to Vancouver, Canada with three of her children

in 1960 to join her husband who had come to Vancouver three

years prior.  She devoted her time to raising her children and

loved to spoil her grandchildren, who were the love of her life.

Belmira also had a special place in her heart for love of animals,

domestic and wild (especially raccoons). She will be sadly

missed by her family, friends and neighbours. Her strength

of spirit, sense of humour and dedication to her family members

and friends will be an inspiration to us forever.

                              Love you Mamae…

Prayers and Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:00am,

Thursday, July 22, 2021 at Our Lady of Fatima Parish

1423 E. 13th Ave., Vancouver, B.C. Entombment to follow at

Ocean View South Mausoleum.

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Date :19 Jul 2021

Tribute :My dear sweet mother how sad we’ll not be seeing each other again my heart bleeds for you leaving us but you\'re now at peace and back with dad we were so close to seeing each other but it wasn\'t to be guess his had other plans for you mom pleas say hello to dad for me and RIP you\'re pain free now and in a better place till we meet again love you forever and never ever forget you mom 🤗😘xx

Joao Carreiro

Date :21 Jul 2021

Tribute :I remember my Aunt fondly, the one thing that sticks with me from the last time I saw her was her laugh. She and my mom (her sister) would laugh about old times which made everyone else laugh as well. We know she is now in peace and at home with her husband and the rest of her siblings. We will keep the family in our prayers tomorrow during the funeral, may God Bless you all!

Mario Reis

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