Brett Jared Malvin
December 10, 2020

BRETT JARED MALVIN: Of Jersey City, New Jersey, formerly of Squirrel Hill, passed away suddenly on Thursday, December 10, 2020, Beloved son of Dr. Jack Malvin and the late Denise Malvin; Loving Brother of Reid Steven Malvin of New Jersey and Kari Lynn Vissichelli (Christopher) of Pittsburgh. Devoted Uncle of Emma Joely Malvin, Riley Whitney Malvin and Carter Sloan Vissichelli. Brett was a successful realtor in the New Jersey and Manhattan market. Brett will be remembered for his love and devotion to his family and most especially for the way he cared for his nieces and nephew. He was lost to us far too soon and will be in our hearts forever. Services and Interment PRIVATE. Contributions may be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation, 707 Grant Street, #3700, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.   Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., family owned and operated. 


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We were shocked & saddened to hear of Brett’s passing. Our deepest sympathies to his family.

By Bruce & Helene Glick Landman - December 20, 2020

I am devastated to hear about Brett's passing. I met Brett during Hurricane Sandy in Hoboken - literally during the storm. Our balconies were across from each other in our apartment building, and we bonded as we shared necessities over the days that followed and we were stranded in our building. We had a great friendship, even after my wife and I moved to the suburbs. He came to see my son when he was born and we got together whenever we returned to Hoboken. Unfortunately, those times became less and less as my wife and I had more kids, and now he's no longer there to visit. He was a fast friend and a good friend. He was a friend that I knew once we reconnected, it would be like no time had passed at all, but sadly that time will never come. I'll miss him tremendously. My condolences to the Malvin family. Brett was one of a kind. RIP, my friend.

By Bill Upton - December 18, 2020

Jack, Gail and I were shocked and deeply saddened to hear of the news of your son\'s passing. Please take comfort in the love the Stonebridge family is sending your way. Hope to see you soon after your return.

By Henry and Gail Pullman - December 18, 2020

My family is holding your family close with love and sorrow at Brett's passing.

By Kipp Dawson - December 18, 2020

My deepest sympathy to the Malvin Family.

By Madell Dobrushin - December 18, 2020

Jeanne and I were so very sorry to hear about Brett's passing. We cannot even fathom what you are all going through. Our thoughts and sympathies are with you and your family at this difficult time.

By Neil and Jeanne Schwartz - December 17, 2020

To Brett’s family, my deepest condolences on your immeasurable loss. Brett was such a special and unique person. I feel very lucky to have had him as a friend in my life. He spoke so highly of his family and his love for all of you. Thank you for sharing his services. I’ll surely never forget him. ❤️

By Gia Fioravanti - December 17, 2020

Jack/Laura, We are so saddened to hear about your loss. Our hearts go out to you. Marcie & Jim

By Marcie Schwartz & Jim Calciano - December 17, 2020

Sending our deepest sympathy. May Brett rest easy and peacefully.

By Pete and Lynn Schmitz - December 15, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Sending love and condolences. Kari, your pictures show how much love he had for all of you. What an amazing Uncle.

By Robyn Stefanyak - December 15, 2020

I was absolutely heartbroken to find out about Brett\'s passing. I don\'t know the right words to say but I do know this: Brett was one of the funniest, kindest, most generous, and witty human beings I have ever met. The day I met Brett was the day I met my match. Randomly, we met over Twitter over our love of MTV\'s The Challenge and ironically ended up in Thailand at the same time. We met up while we were both there and I will cherish those memories for a lifetime. Although we didn\'t check in as often as we used to, Brett always held a special place in my heart. I will never ever forget when he flew me to NYC and gave me the real NYC/NJ experience - he even took me (reluctantly) to Carols Bakery. My favourite memory of all was when he took me to shoot picklebacks at DC\'s tavern. If you know, you know. To Brett\'s family - please know how highly he regarded you, especially his nieces and nephews. Hold your head high knowing he was an amazing man. I am sending my condolences from BC, Canada, and will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

By Courtney Dionne - December 15, 2020

Brett will always be in my heart forever. We were coworkers years ago but always kept in touch. That was how Brett did things, if he made a friend, you were his friend forever. To his family, I hope you somehow find peace. You will all be in my prayers.

By Maryann Peters - December 15, 2020

Our hearts are breaking for you during this most difficult time. Our happy memories from Gilda Ave remain strong in our hearts. We send you are most heartfelt sympathies, love & prayers. xoxoxoxo

By Rhonda & Mark Horvitz - December 15, 2020

So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family

By Joan Murphy - December 15, 2020