We lost a wonderful soul today, my father was one of the most amazing and kind and funny people you would ever know. He loved everybody and everyone loved him! Words can’t describe how I feel about my father. I never said goodbye to him today, I told him I would see him later. I’ve never lost a parent and I wasn’t ready for him to go - I just wish I had more time with him. My father loved his sugar cookies, he loved his grandchildren, he loved me unconditionally- He loved his Dallas Cowboys - and going to North HI way café to see his friends. He loved the simple things in life. I can’t believe he’s gone, I miss him so much already. He lived to be 89 years old! I cherish every moment that I had with my father this past year me and my kids grew very close to him, especially my son Mason. Mason loved to take care of my dad and just hang out with him and they both loved football and they had a special bond! We are going to miss him very much; life will never be the same without him. We love you Grandpa/Dad you will always be in our thoughts and you’ll always have a place in our hearts! Rest easy Dad/Grandpa -
By his loving daughter Dianne Gonzales.
Survivors include his wife Barbara Ann Gonzales, 4 sons: Eddie Gonzales of Ingram, TX., Raymond Gonzales of Crowley, TX., Santiago Gonzales of Idaho Falls, Idaho, John Gonzales of Idaho Falls, Idaho; 4 daughters; Irma Gonzales of Kerrville, Sylvia Rosas Ingram, TX., Rachel Gonzales of Kerrville, TX., and Dianne Gonzales of Idaho Falls, Idaho, 18 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren.