"Gibby" Gabriel Louis Mastrobuoni
- August 1, 1920 - December 7, 2012
- Trinidad, Texas
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Memories & Candles
one of the nicest people i ever meet in my life grew up with him all my life. always had a smile on his face and was a great father will be greatly missed my first baseball couch good my pal i,llmiss miss you dearly bobby the bratdztta
Posted by: robert sanseverino - astoria, NY - family friend and uncle to me Feb 02, 2013
May god bless your soul, and be joined with all the beautiful angels, we will all meat up one day! Love Nick!
Posted by: Nicholas Tuzzio - w.hempstead, NY - my best bubbies dad (Mike) Dec 20, 2012
Everyone in my family love Mr. Gibby. It was such a blessing to visit with him just before Thanksgiving and watch him enjoy his Thanksgiving cheesecake from a loving friend. He was as happy as a child on Christmas morning! I also loved how his eyes would twinkle when he delighted a child with a gift. I think it would be impossible to tell who enjoyed it more. Life will not be the same without getting a kiss on the cheek from Mr. Gibby. God us all with memories of his love.
Posted by: You're favorite Arkansas cousin, Salina Rodriguez Dec 15, 2012
I first met Gibby when I was just a kid. I loved him right away. He was an amazing man and a wonderful stepfather to my dear friend, Cathy Cay. See you later, Gibby!
Posted by: Caroline Cheek - Mansfield, TX - Family Friend Dec 14, 2012
To the greatest man, who loved me so much, as I him. Thank you for teaching me to cook authentic Italian food. My specialties that I learned from you were Calamari, then Eggplant, Chicken & Veal Parmesan & that awesomest sauce. I know when I cook it again, I'll be thinking of you, as I always did. Its because of you teaching me to cook that my children ate good My children adored you. You will be with me
Posted by: Cay(Cathy) Livingston - Fort Worth, TX Dec 14, 2012
Ill always remember all the times my family spent with my Uncle Gibby, Aunt Bea and my cousins at their house. I can still hear the laughter and remember how much fun we all had together. My memories are still so vivid even though it was way back in the 70's. My Uncle Gibby was a wonderful man whose amazing smile could light up any room. He will be missed but never forgotten.
Posted by: Joyce Hutchinson Price - Sumter, SC - Niece Dec 14, 2012
Rest in peace
Posted by: Robert najdek - Forest hills, NY - Freind Dec 14, 2012
To my sweet, loving Poppy, I miss you and love you with all my heart! Even though you are no longer here with us on earth I can rest knowing you are in a better place. You showed me what true love is and I hope to love as you did. You are gone but will never be forgotten. You will live on in the hearts and memories of the many people you touched. Until we meet again may you rest in peace.
Posted by: Crystal Cloud - Nashville, TN Dec 13, 2012
Dad I just wanted to say you always treated me like a daughter more than a daughter in law. You taught me much about the love of family and much about taking life slow and not getting too serious. God surely Honored me by allowing me to be part of your life
Formally Cathie Mastrobuoni
Posted by: Cathie Cats - Pittston , PA - Daughter-in Law (at one time) Dec 13, 2012
Rest in heaven, dear uncle. I'll always remember the good times at your house eating Aunt Bea's macaroni, watching you and my beloved dad watching baseball on TV..such good times and alot of laughs..I love you.
Posted by: Niece Janet - Goldsboro, NC Dec 13, 2012