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Casey Funeral Home

350 Slosson Ave, Staten Island, NY

OBITUARY

Vivian Blas

September 16, 1955July 29, 2020

Safely Home

I am in Heaven, dear ones; Oh so happy and so bright! There is perfect joy and beauty In this everlasting light. All the pain and grief is over; every restless tossing passed; I am now at peace forever, safely home in heaven at last. Did you wonder why I so calmly trod the valley of the shade? Oh! But Jesus' love illumined every dark and fearful glade. And he came himself to meet me in that way so hard to tread; And with Jesus' arm to lean on, could I have one doubt or dread? Then you must not grieve so sorely, for I love you dearly still; Try to look beyond earth's shadows, pray to trust our Father's will. There is work still waiting for you,so you must not idly stand; Do it now, while life remaineth --you shall rest in Jesus' land. When that work is all complete,He will gently call you home; Oh, the rapture of that meeting,Oh, the joy to see you come!

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, August 2, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, August 2, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Monday, August 3, 2020

Memories

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David / Rudy Tellado

August 3, 2020

To my Titi....i will miss you greatly and my heart hurts deeply to know you are no longer here but also in joy knowing you are pain free and with the lord...my memories with you go way back to when i was a little Bad kid visiting your house in sunset on 51st Street. Trips to your house were the best I always loved going there. Me being the bad kid i was i would always get in trouble or do something mischievous but you never let me get in trouble. you would always call me your baby. I can remember finally learning to travel on my own when i got a little older and when i did i would take trips to your house in staten island every weekend. You always welcomed me in your home never turned me away even when the house was already full every time i was around you gave me the love not only of a aunt but a mother. Always talked with me prayed for me and my family always made sure i was fed even would send me home with her chicken that i love. Every weekend she would ask.
Rudy papi do you have money to go home wether i did or didn't she and wilson would always get together my fare for the ride home. Being present in your home has gave me some of the Fondest Memories I have with my cousin's to this day and being in your home also showed me the wonderful woman of God you were .I can clearly remember one Saturday evening as you were cooking dinner i was in the living room with your kids and you burst into prayer and speaking in tounges and what you said that day always stuck with me...in prayer you said to all those in this home honor thy mother and father so that your day's may be long. Your prayers were always beautiful. even as an adult you still called me your baby. My memories with you can go on and on from the days of pink chocolate milk down to the after church debates at dunkin with you danny and jesus. Titi i will always love and miss you but the joyous and wonderful memories you left us all with will forever live on.
Love you Titi vivi

Anthony Marrero

August 2, 2020

To my Titi, your house was my same place to go even since I was small. You loved me like a son and always had food for me to eat or asked me how my life was going. You embraced me for who I am and laughed always at how me and Danny were alike when we would disagree about everything. You were a strong woman and stubborn just like me & the Marrero DNA ran through you and I could always see it. I knew we had our own special bond. I even took part in competitive crazy 8 battles. I don’t think I ever won but to lose to you and Wilson mostly but I didn’t care cause it was all about trash talking , drinking coffee & getting under each other’s skin.

You meant more to me then I could ever express and my heart breaks everytime I realize this Is real. However I got so many great memories of just time with you that being without you I can still feel or hear what I think you would say to me or just the times you wouldn’t take your kids side cause you didn’t want to hurt my feelings lol even though I knew if it were up to you your kids were number one with your husband Wilson. The love you gave me and my family will has always fur filled our hearts. I’ll miss you forever!!! Thanks for being you ❤️And always having my back too.

Gladys Vargas

July 31, 2020

Vivian you were my cousin but we considered each other as sisters. You were always there for me and my children and you loved them as your own and also my grandchildren. You were an angel on this earth but your time was up and the Lord was pleased with what you did with others . He saw you were suffering and He had to bring you home with Him. No more pain and suffering because you are now in peace. Vivian you loved the Lord and you showed and taught your children who the Lord was and what He did in your life. You were a strong woman of God, you were a warrior of God and always on your knees in prayer for anyone and everyone who would come to you for prayer. My heart cries out every time I think of you but I know you are with the Lord. You are gone from all of us but there is a place in my heart with many memories we spent together that I will forever cherish. Love you Vivian. My condolences to your child and your husband Wilson.

Marta Vargas-McGlade

July 31, 2020

I remember when I used to play with my cousin Vivian and her sisters in front of Pop's store. Those were magical days, and now she is where all of us hope to go. My condolences to the Blas and Marrero families. Be comforted by God's merciful grace! Que nuestro Señor los bendiga a todos.

Martita

Vicky Figueroa

July 31, 2020

My Titi Vivian. How much it hurts not having you here . But I Rejoice in the presence of God knowing that you are in HIS arms. No more tears, No more Pain, You are ReNew. His daughter is back home. I will forever keep you in my Heart. I LOVE YOU , I will not say bye for we will be see each other again.

Steven Marrero

July 31, 2020

I had a lot of childhood memories growing up with the Blas family in Sunset Park, but my favorite memories with Titi Vivian were the subtle moments in Staten Island. We would discuss what we taught in Sunday School. While I worked hard to perfect the activity portions, I knew I could count on you to provide valuable insight to what message we should be teaching them. I remember the rides back to your home where we would talk about what resonated with us during the preaching every week.

When you and Jesus would talk about G. Craige Lewis and the ex-ministries.

The silly banter between Titi and Jessica every time she came to visit, or Erica acting like a "tough guy" and making Titi laugh.

The fun game nights at Maria's house where you could sit and relax cause Maria would take care of all the cooking.

When I blamed Adita for giving me Food poisoning (LOL) and she blamed it on Danny for leaving the meats together, and Danny blamed her, but you refused to take sides.

Our road trip to Virginia with Danny's soon-to-be family and you got the awesome room with the hot tub!

And of course, one of my favorites is the back and forth between you and Wilson. Wilson was always trying to be romantic is his cheesy way that would always make you smile and laugh.

One specific memory that makes me laugh is when we went to the spanish Church in Sunset Park and you basically translated the entire service for me while I sat there like a dummy.

I have too many memories I cherished together. Being your nephew led me closer to God and strengthened my own relationships at home and in my heart. I know your nieces and nephews feel the same way because the spirit of God was in you.

I take peace in knowing you're in the loving embrace of our Lord and Savior. Forever in my heart I will love you, Titi Vivian. Until we meet again. <3

Pedro Baez

July 31, 2020

Losing a mom is never easy :(... if there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to let me know. My condolences.

Raul Baez

July 31, 2020

When a family gathering would happen for like my niece's birthdays or Thanksgiving or just visits blas/baez/marerro come over we will be there enjoying the day we be cracking jokes to each other and then Vivian will start laughing and smiling and just basically tell us that we were too much. Thats my memory her smile and laughter. VIVIAN will be always Awesome. All love to each and everyone. Wiiiiiiiiiilsoooooon!!!

Joann Maldonado

July 31, 2020

My beautiful Tia Vivian I am completely heart broken. She meant the world to me and my family. She was truly loved by so many. 1st my uncle Wilson I am so sorry for your loss. You and her had that kind of love that ppl wished they had. It was the most beautiful thing. 2nd to my cousins- Adita, Maria, Jesus, Danny, Erica and Jessica. I am so sorry For the pain you are all feeling. You are not just my cousins, feel like You are my siblings and most of u are my best friends. Your kids feel like my nieces and nephew (only one boy) I can’t even beginning to feel your pain. But one thing i love about all 6 of you and your families the bond between all of you. It reminds me so much of our aunts and your mom. this road of grieving will not be easy. be there for each other. I am here and got a great punching bag (wink Maria) To her grandkids & her great-grand daughter, Just know that your grandmother was so proud of all of you and she loved you all so much! To my grandparents I don’t care how old you are to lose a child is pain that no one should ever feel. My aunt Vivian took care of my grandmother till she couldn’t do it anymore cause she got sick and she still tried. My grandfather has a room at my aunt and uncles house and when he comes down to Florida that’s where he stays. To her sisters Titi Carmen, Titi Vilma and to my mom Evelyn. When the 4 crazy Marrero sisters get together I would hear them laughing. You sisters have so much love for one another. When my mom got sick I would go after work and my aunt would come with me. She was in so much pain but she still helped her mom and her sister. To all my cousins, we loss such an amazing aunt I know that she was so special to every single one of you. I am so heart broken but I will cherish all the love and memories we have. Our fam is big and loud and crazy. But we love so hard. This is the closest person to me that I have ever loss. Rest In Peace my beautiful tia your sunshine baby loves you forever.

Michelle Cordero

July 30, 2020

MY HIGHLY BLESSED AND FAVORED TITI! I love that every memory or any thought that pops into my head of you I can say that you were displaying the love of God in some way shape or form! You're truly going to be missed but you leave behind an amazing legacy! Although I seek God daily you've made me want to seek him more! Thanks for planting the seed into our Marrero bloodline! Love u forever!

FROM THE FAMILY

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