OBITUARY

Jose Arnulfo Gomez Jr.

27 July, 19581 June, 2021
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Jose Arnulfo Gomez Jr., 62, of Chicago, passed away on June 1, 2021 in Dallas.

Visitation will be held from 4pm to 8pm with Rosary at 7pm on Thursday, June 10, 2021 at Calvary Hill Funeral Home.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Cecilia at 11am on Friday, June 11, 2021. Burial to follow at Calvary Hill Cemetery.

Jose was born in Chicago to Jose A. Gomez and Sylvia G. Gomez on July 27, 1958. He went to school at Jungman Elementary School. He married Sara Ybarra on July 16, 1976 in Dallas. He graduated from Sunset High School. He worked as an aerospace mechanic and UAW union rep for LTV/Vought/Northrop Grumman/Triumph for 33 years. He was involved in Civil Rights Committee at LTV

Jose is preceded in death by Jose Arnulfo Gomez, Sylvia Gomez and Rudy Gomez.

Jose is survived by wife Sara Y. Gomez, children Jose Arnulfo Gomez III, Nicole Gomez-Little, Chloe Monet Perez: sister Rafelita Rodriguez and brother in law Robert Rodriguez, sister in law Cristina Gomez, brother Raul Gomez: Grandson Robert Perez Jr. Son in laws Tony Little and Robert Perez.

Pallbearers will be Guadalupe Vasquez, Albert Ybarra, Arthur Ybarra, Christopher Ybarra, Christopher Rodriguez, Raul Gomez Jr., Rudy Gomez Jr., Daniel Arce III.

The family of Jose Arnulfo Gomez Jr. wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Methodist Hospital, Dr. Ned Beiser, Dr. Maryam Raza, and Dr. Srinivasu Moparty.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, 10 June , 2021

  • Rosary

    Thursday, 10 June , 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, 11 June , 2021

  • Burial

    Friday, 11 June , 2021

Grave Location

Jose Arnulfo Gomez Jr.

GARDEN OF LIVING FAITH SOUTH

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    68B
  • Grave
    3

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Sara Gomez

13 June 2021

How do I begin Honey....you were the light of my life. You always achieved
any problem that came across your path. You worked to provide us with what ever needs we had. You helped me raise our 3 children Jose III, Nicole and Chloe, to be loving, caring, to honor our Lord and work hard, earn their living, to face their responsibilities, and please don't do anything that would shame yourselves.
We did our best to show them love that our Heavenly Father has given us.
All your God Children were so content that you and I volunteered to be there if ever they needed anything, if it wasn't a referral, an idea, a good talking to, any financial problem you offered to lend what you could. If someone was moving you would get that good old orange or blue truck and help out, if someone was hungry, you'd offer a plate, if anyone needed cheering up you had so many jokes. You were understanding, caring, volunteering your time to kids that just needing someone to show that you did care for them and their welfare and future.
You've had so many people in your life
who loved you and shared your life with theirs. If there was a long line, you could take us to the front row without costing you anything but time.
You loved cooking outdoors, you would invite everybody. There were no hot dog meals you would say "That's for kids!" We both loved having our children Jose III (JR), Nicole & Tony, Robert & Chloe and the love of our life Little Robert Jr to come over, you adored your grandson. As you would say "Where's my boy?" He was the only little person you always would jump up to see! If he hurt you hurt too. I'm so glad you are with the Heavenly Lord with your Mom, Dad, Rudy, my Mom and now you meet my Dad. Don't you worry about us, you raised good children. They are so supportive, and understand now their work is just beginning. Honey you are the pillar of my life, I love you for eternity. My life is full of memorable moments with you in it. I love you forever honey.

Maria Marquez-Soto

8 June 2021

With my Deepest Sympathy. May God give you peace at heart at your moments of grief.

May Jose, Jr. RIP.

Patricia Sandoval

8 June 2021

I will miss you Joe.
You and Sara remind me of Mom and Dad so much, just the love you have for each other and your family and shared with all of us.
Mom always said yes when you offered her a margarita or glass of wine. You were always so attentive to your padrinos!

Eva Zuniga

6 June 2021

Jose was a kind soul. When I placed that milagro at the Virgen de San Juan a few weeks ago, I prayed all would go well. I guess my Diosito and the Virgensita wanted him front and center for them to covet him and shield him forever. My condolences to you and all those who loved him. You are in my prayers, Prima Sara!

Tony Pennington

6 June 2021

Joe was a good guy. Worked with him at Vought and talked to him a lot. Prayers for the family.

jason speight

5 June 2021

Jose was a great man he would give you the shirt of his back. Our prayers our go out to him and his family.

Maria Marquez

4 June 2021

I will truly miss you my God brother may you rest in peace and keep me in prayer and say hi to my God Parents in heaven tell them I miss them always love you all .

Jacqueline Kirby

4 June 2021

With Mr. Gomez, for the first time, I truly felt the power of the rosary. Heartbroken for your family and you will always be remembered and loved by this stranger.

Kathryn Koch

3 June 2021

I met Jr. and Sara through his sister, Lita. We all held the care and recreation of our parents in common. The whole Gomez family is all about cultivating love and support. We helped with many festivities during which Robert and Jr. would grill for large groups of family and friends, all the while beaming with gregarious, welcoming smiles. To Sara. Lita and family: May memories someday extend his peace and foster your solace.

Shad James

3 June 2021

I'm lost for words one of my running buddies at Northrop Grumman, vought and triumph. He took me under his wings and been the best of friends. He promised me a few weeks ago we were gonna meet and eat at our favorite spot La Michoacana on main never had a chance to see him Rip Lil buddy love you shaddy!!!

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