Memorial Created By
Luis Melendez

Sandro A. Carrasco

January 11, 1988 - April 06, 2020

We created this memorial to celebrate the life of Sandro A. Carrasco. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

Many of you have asked how you can help during this difficult time. The family is raising funds to help cover the cost of a viewing service, burial, and other accompanying funeral expenses. Please consider donating to this fund (on the right-hand side of this page). Thank you for your loving support. Sandro Alejandro Carrasco (Alex, Gando, Tio, DJ Esnir1) passed away unexpectedly on April 6, 2020, in Florida. He was born January 11,...  see more
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Posts & Photos

  • Isyla Barksdale
    I met Alex as a freshman at the NY Harbor School as he was a part of a close knit group of friends. This picture was taken in my home at a family gathering during the December 2010 snowstorm. Yes, Alex was family to us and many other because of his...  more
  • Sonia Strobel
    I always called him Alejandro even when he wanted us to call him Alex or Sandro. And so that's what I'll do here. He was one of the first students I met in New York. I was fresh off the plane from Vancouver, a wide-eyed and naïve 28 year old Canadian...  more
  • Melinda Montalvo
    Our hearts are with you during this difficult time. Sending love and prayers
  • Miguel Angel Aponte
    Letter to a kindred spirit
    It has taken me days to just try an even understand what is going on and wrap my head around the idea HE is not around.. by far I never write anything like this online and actually I keep my thoughts, feelings, n anything...  more
  • Francisco Garcia
    Utmost blessings to the Carrasco family.
  • Gretchen Ferenz Fox
    My husband, Tom Fox and I are so saddened at the loss of such a vibrant, engaging and smart young man. We each met him while He attended high school at the NY Harbour School. He interviewed for a volunteer internship position with me at my organization,...  more
  • Shirley Brito
    Firsts are always special. Sandro Carrasco was one of the first students in the first class I taught at the Harbor School, where I was a first year teacher. Alex was a natural at math, and I remember him sharing his goal of becoming an architect. But he...  more
  • Sharon Jacker
    Alex was one of the first people I met when I moved to Bushwick, and his warmth and poise immediately put me at ease. He was an inspiration, and an example of what is possible with education and determination. Alex, I'll miss your smile and your wit. ...  more