Dr. Santiago C. Crisostomo

August 30, 1928March 26, 2018
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Santiago C. Crisostomo, MD of Boston on March 26, 2018. Son of the late German and Concordia Crisostomo. Beloved husband of the late Flor de Liza (Vicente) Crisostomo. Loving father of Santiago “Chip” V. Crisostomo of Kenmore Square, Boston, Dr. German V. Crisostomo of Boston and his partner Michael of Plymouth, and Leonardo V. Crisostomo and his wife Stephanie Rudd of Brookline. Cherished grandfather of Leonardo "Lenny" Turner Crisostomo and his wife Hannah. Also survived by granddog Pogi. Dear brother of Luis of the Philippines, Felicisimo of CA, the late Segundo, Graziano, Ligaya, Pio, Gloria, Ambrosia, Pedro and Justiniano. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. The family will receive visitors on Monday, April 9th from 4pm to 8pm in the Boston Harborside Home, 580 Commercial St., Boston. A Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, April 10th in Trinity Church, 206 Clarendon St, Boston at 10am. Services will conclude with entombment in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge.


  • Visitation Monday, April 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Dr. Santiago C. Crisostomo

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G. Marlowe

April 18, 2018

Dear Family please accept my heartfelt condolences for your recent loss .The Bible tells us at John 5:28,29"Do not be amazed they will hear his voice and come out"Please let God's word the Bible be of comfort to you in the coming days ahead .We have the promise from our Heavenly father we will see our loved ones again.God cannot lie (Isaiah 55:11).

Marijo Fadrigalan

April 8, 2018

Dear Chip, Ger, Lenny and the Crisostomo Family,
Our deepest sympathies for the loss of your Dad. "DOC" as we fondly call your Dad was the quintessential gentleman, soft spoken and very friendly. If ever there was someone who loved life, it was DOC. Whenever we'll see dancing in our parties, we'll remember your DAD. He so loved dancing! We lost a very dear friend. We will miss him sorely.
Tom and Marijo Fadrigalan

Christopher & Susan Mendoza & Family

March 30, 2018

Tito Chip, Ninong Ger, & Tito Lenny,
Our deepest sympathies and prayers to each of you and all of the Crisostomo/Vicente family. Lolo was a kind hearted sweet gentleman with an infectious smile that loved his beautiful wife and family very much. Let us never forget his fun loving and kind spirit to everyone.

To My Beloved Lolo,
As the brother of my maternal Grandpa "Pining" Pedro, I was raised along with my parents by both "Lolo" Santy and "Lola" Flor. Both of them raised me to be a tough (Lolo) and smart (Lola) young man. I will never forget the daily shadow boxing matches he had with me, to always have my hands up and punch with speed and power! And it wouldn't be Lolo if I didn't have a banana with him for a snack afterwards! Lolo & Lola also showed me how to be a gentleman both teaching my sister and I proper etiquette , especially at the dinner table. But most of all I saw how Lolo loved and adored Lola Flor everyday!

Lolo, we are so blessed to have you in our lives for so long and I am so grateful that both you and Lola had a chance to meet and have dinner with Susan & I before we were married. I am also grateful that you had a chance to meet and spend time with our children whether it be at your birthday parties or other gatherings. You had such a zest for life and love of dancing. We will always remember you being on the dance floor until the last dance at our wedding or even at the Filipino-American Association functions. Thank you for all the love and joy you have given all of us. We will miss you very much. May you rest in peace with your loving wife and sweetheart Lola Flor.

John Garrett

March 29, 2018

Lenny, so sorry to hear from Jim Rose of your father's passing. All the best, John and Cheri