OBITUARY

Gaston "Gus" Luis Siverio

August 26, 1927October 16, 2020

Gaston “Gus” Luis Siverio, 93, of Santa Clara, Cuba passed away on October 16, 2020 at his Tampa home with his loving family by his side. He was born August 26, 1927 to his parents Humberto and Fredesvinda Siverio. At the age of 13 he moved to Havana, Cuba where he had his first son, Guiellermo. He came to America in the year 1945 where he made his home in Brooklyn, New York. It is there that he met his wife Lydia and they had three children together, Miriam, Alex & Eileen. He was a man of honor who worked very hard to take amazing care of his family.

He was very passionate about the work he did with St. Joseph’s Hospital until he retired at the age of 85. He was a good provider and an even better husband, father and friend. He was extremely headstrong and he has a vivacious personality that lit up the room. Everyone that had the pleasure to cross paths with Gus will tell you that his energy and spirit made a lasting impression on them.

Gaston is survived by his wife Lydia Siverio, his sister Yolanda Siverio, brother Eddy Siverio, four children, ten grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

If you would wish to make a donation in lieu of flowers, please do so in his honor through his beloved church, Iglesia Misionera de Tampa. https://www.lamisionera.org/Give-Online

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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Marie Pimperl

October 19, 2020

To the Siverio Family:
Blount & Curry Funeral Home at Garden of Memories extends its heartfelt condolences. Our sympathy and thoughts are with you.
Sincerely,
Marie Pimperl,
Director of First Impressions

david eastridge

October 18, 2020

Gus took me in and always treated me like a son. He was a big man with an even bigger heart and we did many side jobs together where he shared the story of how he came to America when he was just a teenager and always worked hard to make ends meet and get ahead. When he saved up enough to buy a nice Milwaukee drill and started installing antennas for people on tall buildings in New Jersey - he was a very proud and hardworking man. He would do anything in his power for his children and his family...from driving all the way from Tampa to Chicago non-stop when his daughter was sick to making the bill for my Appendix removal go away - He said he talked to the nuns and St. Joseph's but I always suspected he just made arrangements and paid the bill - Gus will be truly missed but left a legacy of caring and Love behind that will endure forever!
I will always love you and miss you like a father - Davuko

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FROM THE FAMILY

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