Abner "Abby" Del Barrio Caranto

September 15, 1973October 7, 2021
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Abner “Abby” Del Barrio Caranto, 48, departed for Heaven in Las Vegas on October 7, 2021 after his 50 day battle with the Covid 19 virus. He was born on September 15, 1973 in Honolulu, Hawaii. He was a supervisor at Costco in Hawaii, relocating to the branch in Summerlin, Las Vegas to provide his children a better life. He was a member of the 4 N Objects European Club and enjoyed life spending it with family and friends.

Abner is survived by his two children whom he loved VERY much, son Aaron Christopher “AC” and daughter Vanessa Abigail “Abi”, his father Anselmo (Soledad, deceased) Caranto, brother Ansel (Gloria) Caranto, sisters Sheila (Grelyn) Rosario, Sherry (Sean) Caranto and Shirley (Jay-R) Parel, five nieces, six nephews and four grandchildren. We miss him very much, along with his heart of gold... Rest in love & eternal peace Abby…


  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 17, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, October 17, 2021


  • Reception

    Sunday, October 17, 2021


Abner "Abby" Del Barrio Caranto

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Faith Nilo

October 17, 2021

Kuya Abby!

I remember car rides with you and holding on for dear life as you hit the gas…I’d get mean whiplash! I remember the fireworks that brought joy to our family during New Years and Fourth of July holidays through the years. I remember when you were new to the Las Vegas area and took the time to show us around Red Rock and Downtown Las Vegas. Kuya! We’ve been meaning to ask you the name of that sushi spot you took my brother and I to because it was so delicious! Now we’ll never know :( But! Thank you for always being the kind and loving big cousin we grew up with. You’ve always welcomed others with open arms, and your love for family and friends is a fine example of unconditional love. We love you Kuya and miss you so much. Your memory and love will live on for generations to come.

Anj Caranto

October 14, 2021

There's so much to remember about you and the memories growing up, from pulling your white hairs for 10cents so we can buy food from the manapua truck or slapping our thighs like there was mosquitos. LOL You always had a smile on your face. When we visited November 2019 you was willing to walk half the strip with us even the pain you had, even came out knowing you was tired and in pain. I am so heartbroken that I could not say goodbye or see you, your the best Uncle every and you'll truly be missed. Ayden wishes he got to spend more time with you, you was so excited to bring us to see snow... I would probably be getting texts by now that it's snowing. I MISS AND LOVE YOU UNCLE ABBY.
May your sould rest in peace ❤

Sammy Caranto

October 12, 2021

Remembering the things we did together as kids,
puts a smile on my face and happiness in my heart.
As we grow up, even if we don’t
see each other and speak often,
those memories throughout our childhood days will always keep us in touch.
By Blood we are cousins; And by our hearts we are friends!

Rest In Peace, Kuya Abby

Vivian (Villena) Bridges

October 10, 2021

It had been years since we've seen each other but it was the coolest moment when I had moved back to Hawai'i and we both recognized each other in a heartbeat.
Thank you for sharing your precious moments with your little one; your FB posts always brought a smile, especially on days a smile was needed most. Sending hugs to your ohana during this trying time. RIL Abby.

J Urata

October 10, 2021

You was my go to guy for my car questions and I’ve always enjoyed the pics from another foodie like you. You’ll be missed my Braddah!!