Marvin M. Prival


Marvin M. Prival 93, passed away on Monday, March 16, 2020 after a short bout with cancer. Marty worked for the NYS Department of Transportation for 37 years and Key Bank before retiring.

Marty loved life. He enjoyed gardening, music of all kinds, and summer vacations in Maine. Marty is survived by his partner John D’Amigo of Malta; sister Miss Toby Dubov of Jupiter, Florida; and several nieces and nephews.

Per Marty’s request there will be no calling hours. A private service for immediate family and friends will be at a later date.

John would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bruzdzinski, Karen Goodstein, Bill Tofte, Delores Lemieux, and Dr. Arthur Stevens for their care and compassion.

Guest Book

Sue Dymond

I'll miss your infectious smile and amazing outlook on life. I looked so forward to seeing you and John. My love to John during these difficult times. Marty you'll be missed so much.

Evan J Marsh

I had the honor to know Marty for the past several years and got to know his passion for life during that time. He filled the days with happiness and fun and we in the office were always greeted with a smile and laughter. Marty, you will be missed and I pray you rest in peace.

Carrie Tworek

My heart broke, John, when you told me about Marty. He made everyone who met him smile and love those times to chat with him. Marty was loved by everyone at physical therapy. I wish I knew him a lifetime ago. He was my very favorite to see. He will be sorely missed by all of us. Love, Carrie, Courtney, Evan, Andrew, Jenny, Lisa, Tori, James, Amanda and Sue.

Maggie and Len Smith

We will miss you Marty..RIP
John we are so sorry for your loss..

Del

Marty you were my true and constant friend I will miss you but will remember us laughing and being silly it was my joy to have you in my life ❤️

Charmaine Kassal Chris Rudd

Bless your journey we all follow...soon to meet

Nan and Susie

Marty was our dear friend. We will miss him. In particular, we will miss his kind and gentle spirit, as well as his extraordinary sense of humor. He was a person who held to sound moral values and always demonstrated an admirable decorum. Marty was loving and kind. He was brave and courageous. We are blessed to have shared part of our life with you. Until we meet again, enjoy singing and dancing with the angels. Love you Marty. RIP. ❤️Nan and Susie❤️

Carol Bojarczuk

Marty was a wonderfully sweet man. Fun to be with and a dear soul. He and John were a lovely couple to know and share time with. Marty will be missed by many.
Love, Carol

Ron and Naomi Bruzdzinski

We will miss you. We will always remember the good times we had on our deck and the fun and the laughter. Will miss your smile and your funny sense of humor.

Love Ron and Naomi

Mark and Jane Carrara

We will miss you forever dear friend.
Thank you for all the laughs and good times we had together.
Love, Mark and Jane