August 15, 1987 ~ December 20, 2023 (age 36) 36 Years Old

ALEXIS CIRINO Death notice

CIRINO, Alexis of Boston, passed December 20, 2023

Alexis Cirino was born on August 15, 1987 in Boston, MA to Carmen Osorio and Manuel Cirino. He was the youngest brother to Francheska Cirino, Emmanuel Cirino, Yeyi Antadaly and Jubal Antadaly-Garcia. Cousin to Nyomi and Jose Lanzo. Uncle to Alyssa, Laylani and Jaycob Cirino, Jaiden George, Natalie, Tatiana, Paula, Jose Javier, Jonuel, Asael and Jubianis. He leaves behind, in love, his best friends Perry and Kathy Riveira and Dennis Shepherd and many others.

Alexis was a Huge sports fan; he loved the Celtics and Red Sox and every time they lost he would get very upset. But no matter what he would still come back and watch more. He wasn’t a “jump on the bandwagon” fan, he was a diehard sports fan. Alexis was known to many as " Big Papi”, hence why he was such a huge Sports fan. His favorite athletes were Paul Pierce, Shaquille O'Neal, David Ortiz and Pedro Martinez. He was such a huge Sports fan that he lived right around the corner from Fenway Park. For 10 years he made his dream come true and was able to live right in the area of one of his favorite sports teams. He loved to watch so many different types of shows from Seinfeld, to Law and Order: SVU or anything that had to do with criminal justice/comedy. Alexis loved criminal shows so much that he even downloaded a police scanner on his phone, so that he could always keep up with what was going on in Boston. Not only did he have a love for sports but he loved listening to his music. Some of his favorite artists were Nacion Santo, Romeo Santos and lots of varieties of Christian music.

Alexis was the most lovable person you could have met and wasn't afraid to have a conversation with people; his heart was huge and kind. Throughout his life Alexis came across many people, and was always willing to help and lend a helping hand. So much so that he ended up working at a hospital. Ironically he didn't even like needles so working in a hospital is a big step for him but he loved helping others so needles weren't a problem. He was well known at his jobs while working at Faulkner and Beth Israel in Boston MA. He made sure that any job or task that was given to him, he completed it and went above and beyond. One of his jobs was to transport those who passed, and even while working bringing a child who had passed had truly broken his heart. He loved to work, so that he was able to do the things he wanted and whatever he wanted. Alexis had a deep love for chicken and nobody, not even his own mother could stop him, could tell him nothing about anything else, unless it was about chicken. No matter the occasion, whether it be big or small, make sure Alexis had his chicken.

Alexis loved and cared for anyone that came across his path; from the youngest to the oldest. The love and bond that he had with his sister Francheska and his mom was a bond that nobody could ever break. They took care of him and he took care of them. He always wanted everyone to be happy, peaceful and just enjoying life. He didn’t like to argue with people or have any confrontations. His peaceful presence brought many to know and love him.

Alexis leaves behind in love and peace, his mom and dad Carmen Osorio and Manuel Cirino. His loving sister Francheska Cirino and brother Emmanuel Cirino and older siblings Yeyi Antadaly and Jubal Antadaly-Garcia of Puerto Rico. His cousins Nyomi and Jose Lanzo. His nieces and nephews Alyssa, Laylani and Jaycob Cirino, Jaiden George, Natalie, Tatiana, Paula, Jose Javier, Jonuel, Aseal and Jubianis. His best friends Dennis Shepherd, Perry Rivera and Kathy. His pastor Ramon Badillo and Christina, Pastora Rafaela Pinet Cirino, Thomas de Jesus, Roberto, Yolanda Ruiz, Don Luis, Goya, Francois St. Brice Jr., Lindsay Linton. His aunt Sarahi Ayala and little cousins Erika and Brandon. And an Abundance of close relatives and friends and coworkers

Visiting Hours at Mann Rodgers Funeral Home, 44 Perkins Street, Jamaica Plain on THURSDAY, December 28th from 4- 8 pm.  Relatives and friends invited.

A short prayer service will take place Friday morning before Interment at Oaklawn Cemetery.


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