Armando Baez, Jr

  • Born: February 5, 1992
  • Died: February 4, 2022
  • Location: Worcester, Massachusetts

Callahan, Fay & Caswell Life Celebration Home

61 Myrtle Street
Worcester, MA 01608

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Tel. (508) 755-1500

Tribute & Message From The Family



WORCESTER-Armando Baez, Jr., 29, of Worcester passed away Friday, February 4. He leaves three daughters, Elyzabeth Baez, Rachel Baez and Zanelly Baez; his mother, Daisy (Vega) Baez of Worcester; his father, Armando Baez, Sr., of Worcester, residing in Tuscaloosa, AL; his sister, Natalie Baez of Worcester; his girlfriend, Sierra MacDonald of Worcester; his maternal grandmother, Nereida Rodriguez of Worcester his paternal grandmother, Juana Clemente of Worcester. His grandfathers predeceased him. He was born in Worcester and graduated from University Park Campus High School.
Armando worked as a prep-cook at Spoodles Restaurant in Worcester. He enjoyed watching basketball and rooting for Lebron James. He loved collecting fitted sports hats, playing Xbox and dancing.
Visiting Hours will be held Saturday, February 12 from Noon to 3pm at Callahan Fay Caswell Life Celebration Home, 61 Myrtle Street. Family and friend are being asked to wear Armando's favorite colors red and black, along with a fitted hat, Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, please say a prayer for Armando's family as they struggle and try to heal with his passing at such a young age. Also a fund has been set up to support his children as they grow up. To help with this cause, please make a donation to The Three Angels c/o of Webster Five Cents Savings Bank, 100 Front St, Suite 150, Worcester, 01608.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Everyday that passes I feel the urge to call you and see how yah day went bruv, and tell you to hop on call of duty, and jus FaceTime you and talk for hours like we would everyday, you are literally my only best friend, the person that would laugh with me even when everybody else didn't understand what we were laughing at, we talk about our life goals and progression and getting old to go take vacations with our shorties and enjoy the most important thing we have in this world time, I know we never saw this coming, we were just talking about your plans for your 30th and what we was aiming for in our 30s of life. I love you so much bruv all I'm left is with the memories and the void of my bestfriend being gone but I know your with me and with all of us who loved you. I know a lot of people loved you but we were apart of each other es everyday life and everyday now just doesn't seem the same, I miss you bro watch over me

Posted by Abraham Montalvo - Worcester, MA - Family Friend   February 14, 2022

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I am so very sorry for your loss to the family and friends of Armando. I pray he is watching over his young daughters and pray for strength and healing to all. I remember Armando as a kindhearted person who liked to laugh. Gone way too soon. Rest in the sweetest peace.

Posted by Cheyanne Wilson - Worcester, MA - classmate   February 11, 2022

Love you bro, always took you so long to get ready to hoop, could've swore we was going out to sweat and hoop. Didn't matter you always wanted to be fresh, Fantastic dancer by far, and great friend. Always kept a level head brother. May you rest and never be forgotten. -DK-

Posted by Dakota Bell - Worcester, MA - Friend   February 11, 2022

My deepest sympathy on the loss of your son. My prayers are with you and your family.
Rev. Celestine Reid, Worcester, MA 9 Feb 2022

Posted by Celestine Reid - WORCESTER, MA   February 09, 2022

My condolences to the Baez family. Armando was a great person with an infectious smile. I truly enjoyed our conversations. He will be missed.

Posted by Robert Bastien - WORCESTER, MA - Friend   February 09, 2022

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My deepest sympathies to the Vega and Baez families, losing someone so young with no warning is heart wrenching. I pray for you all to have peace!

Posted by Clara Diaz - Virginia Beach, VA - Family Friend   February 08, 2022

Daisy I'm so sorry for your loss....there are no words. May you find peace in the memories you have of your son.

Posted by Lucia Ferranto - Worcester, MA - Friend   February 08, 2022

so sorry for the loss of your son Daisy.. my sincere condolences

Posted by Melody Hannaford - Irving, TX - Friend   February 08, 2022

You're loved and respected because you love and respect my daughter, Sierra.

Posted by Deb MacDonald - Worc, MA - Family Friend   February 08, 2022

Dito, losing you have been one of the more difficult things I've had to face. Growing up we always had each other. Now know you aren't here with us has been hard because I always thought we had more time. More time to laugh, more time to dance, more time to grow old together. I will miss you very much and I'll be there for those girls. I love you cuzzo. Sleep in peace.

Posted by Douglas Hill - Worcester, MA - Family   February 08, 2022


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