George Crisol

George Crisol

Friday, August 6th, 1965 Tuesday, February 27th, 2024
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Obituary for George Crisol

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George Crisol, age 58, departed this world peacefully on February 27th, 2024. It was a long journey as he battled cancer over the last two years. The final days of his life were spent with his wife, children, and close family.

Born on August 6th, 1965 and raised in Las Pinas, Philippines. His parents were Jaime and Delia Crisol. Oldest of four brothers along with Gerry, Raymund, and Marlowe. He was considered mama's favorite and had an immense love for basketball growing up. He was a local legend on the court. After graduating high school at University of Perpetual Help Rizal, he received his bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering at University of the East.

He then immigrated to the United States during the early 90s. He spent some time in California before moving to New York. Once he made it to the Big Apple to live with his mother, he met Melizza and her son, Richie in 1992 and a love story blossomed from there. George and Melizza married on December 26, 1996.

While continuing his studies, he was able to find a place called home in the Bronx with Melizza. Once he completed his training, he worked as a dialysis technician for 19 years. Never missed a single day of work at Lincoln Medical Center. He had a growing family with Melizza and raised Michael and Melanie. George was blessed to see all three of his children graduate college and succeed in different areas of their lives. He loved watching Knicks and Yankee games with Richie, McDonalds trips with Michael, and karaoking with Melanie. He loved working out, driving cars, and family get-togethers during the holidays and spending time with his daughter-in-law, Karen and grandchild, Isla.

George was one of one. A loving husband and a great protector of his children. May his memory be a blessing. Appreciate everyone for all the love and support. The Crisol family thanks you all from the bottom of their hearts.

A visitation is scheduled at Sisto Funeral Home in the Bronx on March 8th, 2024. A mass of Catholic burial in the Bronx shall take place the following day on March 9th. Interment at Kensico Cemetery will directly follow the funeral mass.

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    Friday, March 8th, 2024 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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    3489 East Tremont Avenue
    BRONX, NY 10465
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    BRONX, NY 10465
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    Saturday, March 9th, 2024 | 10:00am
    Saint Clare's Church
    1918 Paulding Avenue
    BRONX, NY 10462
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    Saturday, March 9th, 2024
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    Kensico Cemetery
    273 Lakeview Avenue
    VALHALLA, NY 10595
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    Interment will be held in The Onondaga Section.
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    August 6, 1965 - February 27, 2024

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Alzona & Garcia family, OG Sbux crew, An, David, Sam, Chika, Val, Mike, Ad, and other have sent flowers to the family of George Crisol.
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Melizza Crisol

.We miss and love you so much. Rest in Peace. . Always and forever. ,Mommy, Rich, Karen ,Mikey, Melaie, Isla

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Rich Crisol

My name is Rich and I am the oldest son. It means a lot to me, my mom, brother, sister and extended family here with us in person and also in Florida and the Philippines.

Before I got up here, we heard stories to honor the life and memory of my father, George Crisol, a man whose love, dedication, and kindness has had a profound impact on the lives of those present in this room right now. Family and friends please join me as I try to paint this picture and give my most intimate perspective of my father’s life…

I spent a good amount of the last few weeks recalling moments from old photo albums and rekindling stories with my mom in our living room. My mother was the definition of hard work and dedication. She came to the United States around 40 years ago with her close friends who came for a better life and pursued careers in nursing. She was independent and work driven, focused on providing for me and her family she left behind in the Philippines.

These are my mother’s words, not mine. But she claims she had a lot of pursuers of her heart during the early stages of her career. I believe it. She has a smile that can light any room up in an instant and a warm hearted personality that made people feel wanted and cared for.

I admit I was and still am a mama’s boy. My mother was all I knew and we were attached at the hip everyday unless she was working. I was very protective of her and our relationship. We were an unbreakable duo. I didn’t think anyone else could come into the picture until one day, a young handsome man came through the door.

There was George…with a great full head of hair and chiseled chin. For the first time in my life, I felt threatened as I was just a kid with a mushroom haircut and cavities on my teeth.

My father left the Philippines in the early 90s and lived in California for a bit. He then moved to New York to live with his mother, Delia. My mother and I shared an apartment in the same building with them. One day they got paired together as our grandmother Delia, who is currently in the Philippines now, helped them meet and a love story blossomed from there. My earliest memories with my Dad were shared inside a small apartment on the corner of Hunt Avenue and car rides in our blue Chevy. For those of you who knew my dad, knew he had love for one food establishment. McDonalds. He used to always come home with burgers and fries and make sure I got all the Happy Meal toys. Over time, I vividly remember our trips to Ocean City and Disney World. Even though I was too young to remember, I knew my mom was happy.

I don’t recall anytime that they argued or had fights, but when I was older, my mother shared a story with me that I will never forget. She mentioned to me that there was one time they both had a disagreement and thought they would break up for good. She revealed to me that the reason he came back to my mother was because of me, and he didn't want to leave me behind and that my mom and I were a package deal.

From there, they both got married as part of a civil wedding downtown in December of 1996, a day after Christmas. What a gift that was for the both of them as they began their journey as husband and wife. For 30+ years, they have shared everything life can offer - together and they were a great team supporting each other in every way.

Dad was never a man of many words, he expressed his love through his actions. Whether it was driving me and my siblings to school or providing us with toys and meals. With me, we shared an immense love for sports. Fun little fact, our dad was a local legend in Las Pinas, Philippines. Over the course of the last few weeks we got to learn from his 3 younger brothers on how good he was on the basketball court. So good some people might have waited outside their house to meet him. Unfortunately, he suffered some knee problems which forced him off the sport he loved.

Once in the US, he loved watching New York sports. I remember watching Yankee games at home and recall the years they won championships as well as the times we would bash the Knicks on how they would never win one in our lifetime. He taught me how to throw my first baseball, and both him and my mom always made sure I made it to all my practices and games. He was always there for me whether I had a good or bad game. He was my #1 fan in the stands even on games I wasn’t playing on the field. One of the moments I cherished the most was the times we would play catch outside East 233rd while waiting for my mom to get out of work and grab food to eat afterwards on the way home listening to 106.7 lite FM.

As I got older, I was able to return the love and support he showed me when I was kid once I got a professional career in sports where I was fortunate to take him to a few baseball and basketball games. I remember one in particular, while I worked for the NBA, they were giving out last minute tickets to employees to a Nets game. I texted him immediately in the middle of work to get dressed and take the train downtown to Barclays Center. Pretty decent seats, close to the court, but I have to say we barely watched the game because all he wanted to do was to take advantage of the free food being served in the arena. If there was one constant with him, it would be his love for food and the words “free-99.”

Fast forward, while his health wasn’t in great shape and slowly recovering from his first surgery, I always told myself I would take him to see a boxing fight. He loved boxing and it mostly stemmed from Manny Pacqauio and the impact he had on the sport and our country.

With both his and my mother’s blessing, I was able to take both of them to Las Vegas to not only see one of the best fights of last year but for him to see what I did for work in person. We ate like kings and became tourists of the strip and all the hotels it offered, and saw the fountains of Bellagio at night. He even got to see the Eiffel Tower outside the Paris hotel. A landmark he was fixated with not until recently because he always wanted to take my mother to the real location in France as a gift to her.

As the week in Vegas was winding down, I took them both to a weigh in event where they got to all meet all my coworkers and colleagues, even a few celebrities and athletes in attendance. They all loved my parents and said how very nice and sweet they were. Once the event started, my parents got seated close to the front. I luckily had a birds eye view of my parents and I could see their smiles and enjoyment as they saw legends of the sport like Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield up on stage with me.

It wasn’t until recently when I was going through my dad’s phone where I saw photos that he took of the trip. Mind you, he barely takes photos of anything and wasn't very tech-savvy. As I went through his phone, I saw Tyson and Holyfield in his photos but noticed they were barely in any of his photos. Who was at the center of all of his shots? Me. It was the realization there I knew he was proud of me. Even though I didn't continue my studies in nursing, he believed in what I could do and continued to support me the same exact way he did when I played baseball as a youngster. I’ll never forget that trip and will hold it close to my heart.

In his own work life, my dad worked as a dialysis technician for 19 years. He never missed a single day of work, and continued during treatments. It was a testament to how much of a fighter he was. Our family has been showered with countless stories of how delightful and fun my dad was at Lincoln Medical Hospital.

One story I would like to share is his journey to becoming a dialysis technician. In the early 2000s, shortly after my sister Melanie was born, my mother was on maternity leave and while supporting her, my father took classes to learn the ropes and get his degree as a dialysis technician. He would carpool with two other people to classes and over time became close friends as they invited each other to spend time together during family occasions and holidays.

Little did I know one of those people my dad met would be, Amado, or Budz as we like to call him. For those that don’t know Budz, he shares a beautiful life and marriage with Elisa here. They both had two wonderful kids. One of which is named Karen, who is my wife and my lifelong partner in crime since 2006. Long story short, if my father didn’t pursue those classes, I wouldn't have been blessed to meet Karen and have our beautiful child of almost two years old, Isla in this room today. And for that, I want to say thank you dad. You were a matchmaker in love and didn’t even know it.

There were two moments in my life that still stand out today. The day I legally changed my last name to his Crisol before I proposed to Karen and when Karen & I surprised our families with the news of our pregnancy. I replayed that particular moment so many times in my head over the last month as it was one of the happiest moments. It was the first time I’ve seen him smile with tears in his eyes and say the words…”that’s the best.”

He was a great grandfather in his short time after Isla was born. He introduced her first love, Elmo and gave her the words “mi-mi” for milk which she asks for often. He would take her for strolls in the park and chase her around our house in a small toy car. Exerting so much of his energy while still battling a sickness and going through chemo. I can see how much he loved being around her through old photos or anytime she would Facetime with my parents.

In one of his last videos captured by my brother, my dad was asked a series of questions ahead of our gender reveal. As he was both nervous and excited, he said Karen and I would be good parents and know we both had all the support from both sides of our families. Dad, Isla will miss her grandpa and I promise to have your legacy and personality shine through her.

Karen and I recently went on a trip with our daughter Isla to Hawaii. On our final day before heading back home, we decided to visit a location called the Kihei Gardens. It was a local favorite as it had its share of food trucks and events to watch daily. The main attraction and the only reason we went was for Isla to see a big tortoise that lived there for years.

As we arrived and approached the tortoise’s area, we noticed it was empty. We thought it was hiding somewhere in the bushes but a man came out and got our attention and asked where we were from. We responded and he unfortunately gave us the news that the tortoise passed away a few days prior due to pneumonia. As we were sad and gave our condolences, the man was nice enough to spend some time with us and cut fresh passion fruit off of a tree for Isla to eat as he shared stories on how he moved from Europe to Hawaii for a different life.

Around this time, I was sent a photo from my mother back home. The picture showed my mother, brother, and Karen's parents in my father’s hospital room. At that moment, I couldn't help but notice the big smile my dad had in the photo and how excited and nervous I was to get back home and to visit him.

Unfortunately shortly after that photo was taken, everyone in the room was visited by the doctor who gave an update on my dad. It wasn’t until the next day after we landed when Karen and I got to the hospital where we found out the final prognosis for my father. It felt like the biggest punch in my gut ever. I remember when we were all processing the news and all he cared about was getting rid of his 4Runner that he barely used in the driveway. Dad, don't worry, thanks to Carvanna we were able to sell it.

It wasn’t until a late night conversation with Karen when I asked her about how crazy it was that we learned of the tortoise passing and at the same time my dad got his final prognosis on the same day. I asked Karen, "Do you remember the name of the turtle?” She looked at me in shock and said,”You don’t remember?” I’m like no I don't. The tortoise's name was George. As I stand here before you and reflect on it today, God was sending a sign to me on that final day when we were traveling back home but I didn't realize it at the moment.

My father’s final days had its share of ups and downs but many positive ones. We shared moments with his brothers and learned more about his life in the Philippines. Watching the Chiefs win yet another Super Bowl and seeing one of his favorite artists of all-time, Usher, perform “Yeah” during this year's halftime show. It was a song he asked to be his one and only ringtone back in the day.

The highlight of his final days had to be on February 20th. My mom always spoke how they never had a formal wedding and always said they would do it on their anniversary. Karen reminded me on how we should push for this and my mom then contacted our Ate Adia who reached out to a priest and said he was available to do it. Under 24 hour notice, we were able to dress up our living room with an altar for our parents to wed in front of close family and friends. Even though not in great health, he was able to recite his vows and share one final kiss and embrace with his wife of 30 plus years.

As I stand here today before you, I am still heartbroken my dad is not with us anymore but I know he is in a better place and no longer suffering. He was a fighter all the way until the very end, and left this world peacefully with myself, my mother, brother, and sister in the room.

This may come as a shock, but one of my biggest regrets was never calling him dad to his face. For my entire life, I was always calling him George and using pronouns instead of dad. It wasn’t until my father got his final prognosis when I said these four words, “I love you Dad.” It pains me to this day that I didn't do it enough, but I’m happy to say that I was able to thank him for everything he did before he passed. And for that I am at peace.

He would certainly have shed a few tears to see how many of his family and friends have turned up to celebrate his wonderful life. He made sure he was present in our lives, cheering us on at sporting events or supporting us in our dreams, or simply texting us where we were if we were out late. My father's unconditional love not only shaped me into the person I am today, but also provided a strong foundation for our family. As I close this out, I would acknowledge a few people in the room.

To Mikey & Melanie - when I was younger I thought I would be an only child for the longest time but reflecting on it all, especially the last few weeks, I thank God every day for you both as I don't know how I could have gone through this experience alone, especially mom. This event in our life has brought us closer and when there was one day we were down and sad, the other picked each other up.

I know it hasn’t been easy but I am so proud of you both readjusting your lives and being present for dad all the way to the very end. I know he is looking down at you both smiling at what you have accomplished thus far and thankful for the support you've given to him. I know dad won’t be there for key moments as you embark on the second chapter of your lives, but I promise I will be.

To my wife Karen, thank you for being my rock through all of this and supporting me in every way possible while balancing work and being not only a loving and understating partner but a Our little daughter Isla has been our source of light and happiness.

Last but not least. Mom. I am humbled by your strength over the past few days and your ability to focus on the amazing life you shared with Dad and not dwell on what you have lost. I know grief will hit you in waves, some good and some bad days of the constant reminder of the hole he left behind, but I promise to be here for you as you’ve always done for me along with Mikey, Melanie, and everyone else in this room. I love you mom. You were the first woman I loved when I came into this world and we will get through this as a family.

To my father, your journey on earth may have ended, but your spirit, teachings, and love will forever guide me. Rest in peace, Dad. May angels lead you in.

I love you. Forever and always.
Comment | Posted at 01:51pm via Condolence

Marlowe Crisol

On behalf of my mom, who's in the Philippines right now and my other brothers, one in the Philippines, Gerry, and one here, Raymund. We will definitely miss him. I will definitely miss him. We may not talk or see him every day, since I live in Florida, and he lives here in New York, but I know we are very much okay. Like if I come here, or he comes over in Florida, we will bond like it was just yesterday. May we go to the beach, or even just hanging out in the house, we always have fun talking about any kind of stuff.

One of the things that we'll remember him for is, as siblings, he's really good at playing basketball. We can attest to that, since we witnessed him being a varsity player in school, and winning MVP awards in our community, which is a hard thing to do. We used to adore him, that we wished we could play as good as him. Him being a very shy person, made tons of friends by playing basketball. The camaraderie he made with his teammates, makes him a good role model to us siblings, that maybe we should play basketball, so that maybe we will have lots of friends too like he did. And we did try playing, we just didn't end up as good as him, but we also made a lot of friends along the way.

Another thing I will also miss is his brotherly advice about personal stuff and all. Like whenever I have a personal problem, I can always count on him for advice. Even to my other brothers, same thing. He is always more on the safe side, so you know when you take his advice, you know you will be on the safe side.

Also, he is my emergency contact, like whenever I travel outside of the country, I always put him as my emergency contact. I remember one time, when I went to Puerto Rico, my wife, my daughter and I bought a bootleg tour from a stranger in street of San Juan. When the tour operator picked us up late at the hotel, and while traveling on the road for 2 hours, in a 15 seater van, I realized it was just me, my wife, and my daughter that are the only ones on the van. We thought that maybe the tour operator has bad intentions on maybe robbing or killing us. And so, while in the van, I was secretly texting George and my other brother, Raymund, that if they don't hear or get a text from me in 3 hours, they'll know my dead body will be in Flamenco Beach, Puerto Rico. Luckily, nothing bad happened, and my family and I went home safely.

And so, to sum it all up. We/I will miss him being an idol, personal adviser, and my emergency contact. So to our Beloved Nonoy, may your soul rest in peace, and hope you'll be with God Jesus in heaven above. We love you and we will definitely miss you.
Comment | Posted at 01:47pm via Condolence

Melanie Crisol

My name is Melanie and I’m the youngest and only daughter. My dad was the strongest, most hard-working man I knew. No matter what was happening or how he was feeling, he always pushed himself to be the best for me, my brothers, and my mom. He would say and do anything just to see us smile, have fun, and spend time together. My best memories with him are watching Filipino shows at home and movies with him and my mom in New Jersey, going out shopping and eating in Queens, and doing karaoke. I will truly miss doing everything together and not a day goes by when I don’t think of him and wish he was still here with us. I will miss his corny dad jokes, his stories, his laughter, his proudness when I would get good grades in school, and even him always asking me where I was and when I would be home whenever I went out. Even though I would find his constant worry annoying, deep in my heart I knew it was because he really cared about me and my safety. I felt his love through every one of his actions to make us feel content. He worked so hard for us and always drove and picked me up from school. Wherever I needed to go, he was there to take me. He instilled so many values in me and taught me the importance of perseverance, responsibility, hard work, discipline, and punctuality. He is one of the reasons for who I am today and I will remember him in everything I do.
Comment | Posted at 01:47pm via Condolence

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