Obituary of Mr. Gustavo Malave

November 29, 2019

Gustavo Malave, May 25th, 1946 to November 29th, 20119
Born in Mayaquez, PR. He moved to New York City at a very young age with
his family. Raised in New York City, he attended George Washington H. S. as well
as various evening classes. He served in the US Army and did a tour in Vietnam, where
he was Honorably Discharged in October 1968. He lived and worked all his life in New
York City, and was employed as a Supervisor Interpreter for the Courts of Kings County.

His love of reading, music, movies, and travel inspired him to capture nature and family members with his cameras, that he carried with him most of the time.
He was the central connection to all family members with his kindness, loving generosity in his own humbling way. He will be deeply missed by all that knew and loved Him.

He leaves behind a long list of family members who all respected and loved him deeply.
A special thanks and blessings to the family members that were there for him in his time of need, and a special thanks to his devoted Aunt Eva.

God Bless all of you.

Funeral Services

Memorial Service

December 15, 2019

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Crestwood Funeral Home

445 West 43rd Street

New York, NY 10036

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My loving brother. Thanks to all the family that helped him so much...I will not be there physically but my heart and prayers will. God bless all of you and give you peace.

Posted by: Aline Sanchez - Mayaguez, - December 13, 2019

My condolences to our family. May God continue to bless all of us and move us forward during these challenging times. With all my love Alberto

Posted by: Alberto Malave - San Antonio, TX - December 13, 2019

Uncle Gus,
You will be missed. I appreciate everything you've ever done for me and the way you always loved me unconditionally. Love you always.

Posted by: Krystle G. - Staten Island, NY - December 14, 2019

Gus was a kind and gentle man who treated everyone with respect. He will be missed. May he Rest In Peace with the Lord. Blessings to all. Amen.

Posted by: George Kopacz - Keyport, - December 14, 2019

Uncle Gus, you will be greatly missed. You were always so kind and loving, we will always cherish those memories. Sheila S. Grant

Posted by: Sheila Grant - Coper City, FL - December 14, 2019

My sweet Uncle, I have so many fond memories of you! Thank you for always being so very loving to me and my family. Wishing you an eternity of peace.

Posted by: Ishanie Sanchez - Jersey City, NJ - December 15, 2019

A special brother. Sweet, humble and intelligent man who we will miss.

Posted by: Manuel Malave - Plant City, FL - December 3, 2021