Casey Funeral Home

350 Slosson Ave, Staten Island, NY


Carlos S. Valdivia

June 1, 1925January 5, 2020

Carlos S. Valdivia, 94, passed away on January 5, 2020. He was born on June 1, 1925 in Callao, Lima, Peru . He is beloved by his son Carlos Valdivia and daughter in law Elizia Valdivia , family and friends. He was special and will be missed but will continue living in our hearts.​ He will join his wife and daughter in heaven

Padre nuestro que estás en los cielos Santificado sea tu Nombre Venga tu reino Hágase tu voluntad En la tierra como en el cielo Danos hoy el pan de este día y perdona nuestras deudas como nosotros perdonamos nuestros deudores y no nos dejes caer en al tentación sino que líbranos del malo. Amen.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Friday, January 10, 2020


Carlos S. Valdivia

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Glenda Martinez

January 9, 2020

Carlos was profounly loved by everyone at the N. L. Senior Center.
He's friends looked forward to talked with him at table # 3. This was the famous table were everyone went to see Carlos to make conversation regarding the upcoming Birthday Parties, Exercise Session and where the ladies would asked him to dance. He was such a gentleman. The ladies always tried to convince him to go to the Christmas party, but he said no with a smile. However, he did danced with the ladies at the Birthday Parties. It was such a pleasure to have met Carlos. He always put a smile on everyone's face. Go with God Dear Carlos and RIP. We will miss you.
Your friends,
NL Senior Center

Cecilia Siuffe

January 7, 2020

He was a complete gentleman, always courteous, polite and humble. Proud of his son, and happy to be with him.
I'm glad he was always part of our family gatherings, he offered always wise advise and was the grandfather figure for my children.
Descanse en paz Don Carlos. 🙏

benjamin salomon

January 7, 2020

A great friend and loving person who cherished the beauty and happiness of life. Always a smile no matter how dire, bleak or gray the day. Carlos will always be remembered as a fighter. A happy one at that. Fuiste ejemplo de superación, inteligencia y de un optimismo inagotable. Un abrazo y un hasta pronto. Saludos al dentista cuando se encuentren. Chito.