Edward James Garavuso

October 18, 1959March 4, 2020

Edward James Garavuso, 60, of Centereach, passed away on March 4, 2020. Survived by his loving wife Frances and children Michael (Sara), Vincent (Elizabeth) and Emily. Cherished grandpa of Ryder. Faithful companion of his dog, Koda. Beloved brother to Robert Garavuso and the late Donna Messina. Reposing at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 2326 Middle Country Road, Centereach, NY 11720 on Monday from 2-4 p.m. & 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Private Creamtion to follow.



  • Visitation

    Monday, March 9, 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    Tuesday, March 10, 2020


  • Private Cremation


Edward James Garavuso

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Bill Anziano

March 4, 2021

It's been a year Bro and life isn't the same without you.
You are missed and I hope you are at peace.

Domenic Mianulli

March 15, 2020

To my dear friend Ed. We meet when we were 12 years old and never stopped and hanging out. I have no teen age memories without you being part of it. From all the fun we had at home to the Saturday night in Brooklyn hanging out with your cousins. I am proud to call you my friend. Rest In Peace you are truly missed.

Patrick Inzetta

March 9, 2020

Ed was my favorite cousin. More like a brother. We grew up together in our younger days in Brooklyn. We were the same age and the same size. Our parents would actually dress us up the same. We had so many great times together. Always the joker. When he moved out to Long Island I couldn’t wait for him to visit or me go see him. Some much mischief and fun. I remember how happy he was when he met Fran. An amazing girl. How great it was when I met her. We instantly got along. I knew it was a perfect match. I know how proud he was of his kids. Seeing them as adults I know why. We will all keep his memory alive forever. I will miss you Cousin. Much love to your family. Until we laugh again. Rest In Peace.

Bill Anziano

March 8, 2020

You always told everyone we were twins Bro, and I feel like I lost a Brother truthfully I do. I'll always remember how you loved your children like your supposed to unconditionally and with love and compassion. My world is a little smaller without you, R.I.P. Ed my friend. And yes I will keep my part of the agreement we had.

Lynn Watson-Gross

March 6, 2020

Mr Ed always had a way to crack a joke and make me laugh. He missed his calling as a comedian. Ed and the family were very close to mine growing up in Florida. We celebrated holidays, birthdays and many games nights together. Of course Ed always cheated😫that was a given. Lol. Ed loved his family and his dogs.....with this said , he will be missed,his memories cherished. My heartfelt deepest sympathy goes out to my BFF, Fran and her family. Embrace/cherish your memories of Mr. Ed. Love and hugs , lynn

Rich Gross

March 6, 2020

Our deepest sympathy, and prayers to the Garavuso family for their loss of a wonderful father, husband, and friend. We shared many memorable times together, from family trips, to hockey games with our boys, and he was certainly taken at too young an age.
Rest In Peace my friend.
Rich Gross