ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Hamlet Zurita, 63 years old, born on January 4, 1955, and passed away on February 24, 2018. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Laura Dawson on April 19, 2021
I worked with Hamlet at that stupid bookstore in Grand Central. I'd really love to buy one of his artworks - I really love the work he did with window frames. I'll never forget that one night where he jumped down on the subway tracks to pick up a huuuuuuuge nail. He said he'd incorporate it into his art.

Please let me know how I can support his work. We had such a fun colleague relationship, and he introduced me and my husband to the Mars Bar. Super amazing.
Posted by enrique lara on February 24, 2021
My God! Hasn't it really be 3 years? Te extrañamos Hamlet. El tiempo pasa pero El dolor no.
Posted by John Harris on April 23, 2018
I knew Hamlet for 20 years. We worked together, talked about art, knocked down beers at the Mars bar and Sophies, contemplated the mysteries of life, and laughed, because Hamlet always enjoyed a good laugh. I hadn't spoken to him in 3 years and time passed and I decided to try to get in touch again. I am deeply shocked and saddened that he has passed. I have pictures of him which I will try to post here when I get the chance.

Ve con Dios, amigo mio...
Posted by Ada Colocho on March 16, 2018
Hasta pronto amigo del alma.  Gracias por existir, gracias por haber compartido conmigo estos años de amistad, risas, llantos, desvelos, sueños y anhelos. Gracias porque dejas en mí una parte tuya que será mi gran tesoro.  Te vas pero te quedas aquí, en mi mente y en mi corazón. Hasta siempre, Loco de la Luna te recordaré por siempre!!.  La Maga.

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Posted by Laura Dawson on April 19, 2021
I worked with Hamlet at that stupid bookstore in Grand Central. I'd really love to buy one of his artworks - I really love the work he did with window frames. I'll never forget that one night where he jumped down on the subway tracks to pick up a huuuuuuuge nail. He said he'd incorporate it into his art.

Please let me know how I can support his work. We had such a fun colleague relationship, and he introduced me and my husband to the Mars Bar. Super amazing.
Posted by enrique lara on February 24, 2021
My God! Hasn't it really be 3 years? Te extrañamos Hamlet. El tiempo pasa pero El dolor no.
Posted by John Harris on April 23, 2018
I knew Hamlet for 20 years. We worked together, talked about art, knocked down beers at the Mars bar and Sophies, contemplated the mysteries of life, and laughed, because Hamlet always enjoyed a good laugh. I hadn't spoken to him in 3 years and time passed and I decided to try to get in touch again. I am deeply shocked and saddened that he has passed. I have pictures of him which I will try to post here when I get the chance.

Ve con Dios, amigo mio...
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El tiempo pasa tan rápido

Shared by enrique lara on February 22, 2019

Hermano, me siento incrédulo de que ya hace unaño desde que fuistes a descansar con Merci. Los extraño muchos a los dos y siempre pienso en Uds. un fuerte abrazo. TQM.

The Beginning

Shared by enrique lara on March 14, 2018

Hamlet’s passion was always painting, When I was 6 yrs old, Hamlet cut off a tiny chunk of my hair which he wrapped around a twig and fashioned a poor man’s painting brush.