- 80 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 13, 1931
- Place of birth:
Globe, Arizona, United States
- Date of passing: Dec 11, 2011
- Place of passing:
San Jose, California, United States
|Let the memory of Matthew be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Matthew Vujevich, 80, born on February 13, 1931 and passed away on December 11, 2011. We will remember him forever.
"Happy Father's Day"
"On the anniversary of your passing we just wanted to let you know how much we miss you. It doesn't seem like a year has already gone by. You will forever be in our hearts."
"Happy Birthday Matt. I've added a photo of Matt taken last year in his driveway. A toast to you Matt!"
"Happy Birthday Dad! Miss you a lot."
"My Father is Matt and Johnny's Uncle Steve from Arizona. I shared three pictures of Matt and Johnny with Uncle Steve. My family was very excited when Matt and Johnny would visit us in Arizona. My Father was proud of his sister's children. I love the picture of my Father holding the boys. There is a special place in all of our hearts for them. Matt will be missed by many."
"I will miss Matt he was always a joy to talk to over the years. We always thought that our Cousins from California,both Johnny and Matt were bigger than life. May he rest in peace. goodbye Cousin Matt"
"What can be said about such a special man other than if you had the pleasure of knowing him, you will never forget him. He had a way of always making you feel special. His kindness towards everyone and soft spoken manner will live on forever in our hearts. Thinking of him makes me smile. A wonderful man taken way too soon. He will be forever missed."
"A favorite memory - how cool it was to have a fireman uncle! Visiting Uncle Matt at the fire station when I was a kid was a great thrill, especially the day he pulled the engine out of the station and let me sit in the driver's seat where everybody could see me! I was on top of the world!"
"I worked with Matt at Fire Station 22 sometime in the 80's. He was a true gentleman and always one of the good guys. He'll be missed."
"Growing up I always hoped to be like my father, kind, athletic, friendly and patient. I always knew I was loved very much and was reminded daily. Anyone friend of his I ever met always made a point of letting me know what a great man he was. I hope someday to be half the man he was. I loved him so much and will miss him always... goodbye dad"
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