Ehrias Nell Rosario a 7 year old Super Hero enthusiast, of 15 Fourth Avenue Cranston, passed in the loving embrace of his parents while at home after a long battle with cancer.
Born on the 25th day of September in the year of 2013 at Woman and Infant's Hospital in Providence, Ehrias was an inspiration of strength and pride to his father Kelvin Rosario, a reason to always smile and laugh for his mother Nakita Marie (Lacera) Rosario, a video game disciple of his elder brother Adrian Marcelino Rosario, a best friend to his elder sister Cianna Sheila Rosario, a role model to his younger sister Niviah Nova Rosario, an awe inspiring ray of light to his grandparents Marcelino and Nelly Rosario, Jose Raul Lacera and Sheila May Reed and secret admirer of Amanda Rae Carnevale.
Aside from his beloved family, Ehrias touched the lives of many people during his cursory journey, including the faculty and students of Edwards S. Rhodes Elementary School where he attended his first two years of education and was shown amazing support and encouragement during his trials, The Tomorrow Fund Clinic where he received treatment and support due to his ailments leaving behind unforgettable memories of his unyielding character and resilience for the staff to remember him by, The Mass General Proton Clinic where he helped further the research on childhood cancer and treatment, municipal employees of the City of Cranston including members of the police and fire departments as well as those in City Hall with special thanks to great efforts from Enzo’s Escorts and Mayor Ken Hopkins.
The wake and visitation for Ehrias will be open to family and friends in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston on Thursday August 19th from 5:00-8:00pm. Funeral and burial will be private.
Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the the Tomorrow Fund (https://www.tomorrowfund.org/support-us). or to A Wish Come True (https://www.awish.org)
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