Mya Lola Guerra, 4, of Springfield, an angel on earth to her family and friends entered into eternal rest on July 27th. She was born to Brittany Domingos and Alex Guerra on December 15th, 2015 in Springfield. Mya had the ability to light up any room she went into, always making those around her smile. She herself could rarely be seen without a smile and she loved to dance. Mya was predeceased by her great grandparents Irades Guerra, and Pablo Guerra. In addition to her parents, Mya will forever be missed by her grandparents Mario “Avo” Domingos, Katie “Nonna” Domingos, Eddie “Welo” Guerra, Nancy “Wela” Guerra; her great grandparents Isabel “Visavo” Domingos, and Chester “Bumpa” Dudley II. Mya also leaves her aunts and uncles Mario “Uncle MJ” Domingos Jr, Kaitlynn “Tia” Domingos, Ricky “Tio” Guerra, and Chris “Tio” Guerra. Mya will also be in the hearts of Miss B, Miss A, Miss Becky, Terry Powe Aunty Tricia, Paula Roberts Family, Tricia Lamagdeleine Family, Connie O’Neil Family and Lizzie Butler Family, as well as many loving cousins and friends. Family and friends are invited to Sampson’s Chapel of the Acres at 21 Tinkahm Rd in Springfield from 4-7pm on Monday August 3rd for a period of visitation. The public is then invited to meet directly at Holy Name Church located at 104 Springfield St in Chicopee on Tuesday August 4th at 10am for a funeral mass. Burial will be private for the family.