Ciara Alavache, 30
Ciara N. Alavache (Hall), 30, of Punta Gorda, Florida, formally of Onset, passed away from complications due to a brain aneurysm.
Ciara grew up in Onset and attended Wareham Public Schools where she graduated.
After high school, she taught at Little People’s College and the Seven Hills Foundation working with adults with special needs. Most recently she worked with children with special needs in Punta Gorda.
In her spare time, she helped build homes for Habitat for Humanity.
Ciara had a heart of gold and was always willing to help. She enjoyed many things in life, but first and foremost being a mother brought her the greatest joy. Fun times with her brother could never be replaced.
Music, dancing on the beach and taking pictures were Ciara’s passions. Her friends will always hold a special place for her in their hearts. She also had a special appreciation for nature and animals.
She was predeceased by her grandparents Bradford and Violet (Bryant) Hall and her uncle Brian Hall.
Ciara is survived by her husband, Sterling R. Alavache, her two sons, Rechaun R. Alavache and Sterling R. Alavache Jr., and beloved stepdaughter Kimora Alavache.
She is also survived by her parents, Bradford and April (Fernandes) Hall Jr., her sister Holly Hall her brother Bradford Hall III, her grandparents Marshall and Renee Fernandes, her in-laws Wilby Calvin Sylvester and Romona Alavache.
Ciara cherished all of her godchildren, Kaya, Nariah and Imani Fernandes, Sheldyn and Tariana Jones and D’Aayla Semple.
She also leaves behind aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.
She will be missed here on earth and enjoyed in the heavens.
A memorial service will take place graveside on Dec. 6 at Indian Springs Cemetery.
There will be a celebration of her life at a later date.