Gustavo F. Escobar

13 novembre 196515 avril 2021

Gustavo F. Escobar est né(e) le 13 novembre 1965 et est décédé(e) le 15 avril 2021 et il (elle) est confié(e) aux soins de Babione - Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center.

Visitation aura lieu le 24 avril 2021 à 6:00 pm à Babione - Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 1100 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton, FL.

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Gustavo F. Escobar


Sonia Escobar

24 avril , 2021

Gustavo Rest In Peace.And God give us resignation to the whole family.

Liliana Escobar

23 avril , 2021

Siempre viviras en nuestros corazones primito lindo. Vivimos rodeados de mucho amor al lado de nuestra linda familia y tú sobre todo te esmeraste en que a traves de tus videos y fotografias todos los bellos recuerdos perduren en el tiempo.Hoy Dios te abraza al lado de tu mamita preciosa y viviras con ella en la gracia de papá Dios. Gracias Gustavito por todo el amor que supiste darnos . Viviras por siempre en nuestros corazones. Descansa en paz🙏♥️

Nelly Gibilterra

23 avril , 2021

My dear cousin, seems so surreal that your gone. Spoke to you two weeks ago when you called me for my birthday. Will never forget all the good times we had in Holdbrook and Brentwood. Family was always your priority, especially capturing those moments with your camera. Thank you for sharing those memories with us and reminding us that family is most important. Rest easy cuz and please give my dad and your mom a huge hug from us ♥️🙏🏼

Mirella Tum-Suden

22 avril , 2021

Deeply saddened by your sudden passing. So many memories that will be forever etched in our heart ❤️. We will miss you. luckily we have your photos to always remind us of the good times had.

Rest easy my dear cousin. 🙏😘

Karyn Colon

22 avril , 2021

We were the 3 musketeers, Mirella, you and I - and when we were with Patricia, we were a quartet... (omgeee, and when the Zumaetas and the other Belevans were over, it was an all-out cousin *partay* - sometimes 20 to 30 at a time, PLUS all the *elders*, lol)!

You were my older brother, my cousin, my friend, my ally when I didn't feel support in other places of my life, you walked me down the aisle - now you'll look over me (😬).

Your favorite word was "correct" & your chuckle made people laugh...you'd send me pics of us, to remind me how ridiculous I used to dress and wear makeup in the 80s (to me, it was trendy)! You threatened to post them on Facebook, for everyone to see (hahaha), and you always wanted to reunite your cousins, even via Zoom during covid!

You loved my mom as if she were your own mom because our mothers were closer than most sisters (she loves you like a son, too)! You loved hard rock (Led Zeppelin, Ozzie Osborne, and KISS 👅👄🎸- and I hated that music 🤮) and you hated my music (Salt and Pepper, Run DMC🎙🎛 , and Lisa Lisa), but we tolerated it - one for the other - because we loved each other so much!

You loved my guy, Rich, from the beginning, and you danced with me at parties. I'm thankful that you, your dad, & I video chatted recently and that we laughed together, as I did my daily walk through my neighborhood.

I'm thankful that my Ciara, was able to connect her new MyHeritage family tree with yours last month, and that you were such an organized and serious family historian (you even tried to make it a business and make us your 1st paying customers, lol).

I know you were a good son, a good brother, an excellent cousin, a good uncle, a good nephew, a godfather, & a "father" to your "adopted" daughter.

Say hello to Tía Meche, Tío Jesús, Tío Pepe, Ubaldo & Mercedes, my grandparents, my Uncle Oscar & all our loves ones who've left us.

Our deepest condolences to your brother, Adolfo, and to your dad, Tio Jorge.

Rest in peace, cuz! <3