Paul Malarik
  • 86 years old
  • Date of birth: Nov 1, 1927
  • Place of birth:
    Myjava, Slovakia
  • Date of passing: May 12, 2014
  • Place of passing:
    Brooklyn, New York, United States
Let the memory of Paul be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Paul Malarik, 86, born on November 1, 1927 and passed away on May 12, 2014. We will remember him forever.
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This tribute was added by Paul Malarik on 13th May 2014


Dear "Boss",
                      Thank you for helping create me & help mold me into a strong, tough, innovator, scientist, doctor, & so much more.  In retrospect, I may have never achieved what I had without letting me fend for myself at all ages.  As a child & teen, I was given no "handouts" by you, but I took that as a challenge to overcome.  At 12 years old, I worked feverishly selling Burbee's Seeds door to door to earn zillions of stamps.  Eventually, I have enough stamps to earn my first bike which I then treasured for years. It was a Schwinn 3 Speed Bike that I used to get almost anywhere in Brooklyn, & even went to Mahattan with it.  I explored many a city park with it, to find new handball courts to challenge all in Paddleball & Racquetball games.
As I aged, I went on to accomplish the "impossible" despite my back ground.

                       I also thank you for realizing decades latter as you once sat there literally crying to forgive you for being a "terrible" father.  I did partially forgive you at that point, but it is not until now that you are gone, that I should have went further.

                       Regardless of all, I do love you. Furthermore, both Linda , your loving daughter-in-law, & I, the "Number One Son", both miss you as I write this with tears in my eyes. Please forgive me for not being closer before. I am so sorry.

Your Son,
Paul Jr."

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