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Memorial Funeral Chapel

1515 South College Ave, Bryan, TX

OBITUARY

Lillia Nicole Gonzalez

June 29, 1997July 30, 2019
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Lillia Nicole (Velasquez) Gonzalez, 22, of College Station passed away Tuesday, July 30.

Lillia was born June 29, 1997 in Encinitas, CA; the daughter of Dennis, Gunnery Sgt. USMC (Ret.) and Wanda Jean Velasquez, Wife of Gregory F. Gonzalez and mother of Aubrielle Nicole Gonzalez.

Lillia had a great love of the beaches in California and would love to watch and feed (in her words) the “sea eagles “. She also viewed the ocean from the playground of her elementary school on the base at Camp Pendleton and also loved the city of Oceanside which she considered her hometown. She also loved the many attractions with living on the west coast and always loved being a Californian.

After her father’s retirement from the Marine Corps, the family re-located to Texas when she was nine years old. She attended schools in the Navasota ISD and graduated from Navasota High School in May 2015 where she was a member of the NHS Fang Dancers and Diamonettes.

After graduation she attended Manuel & Theresa’s School of Hair Design and graduated in October 2016. Lillia loved everything that involved cosmetology, while attending the hair design school she met her future husband Gregory F. Gonzalez, and from that moment forward they were always inseparable.

They were blessed with their beautiful baby girl, Aubrielle Nicole Gonzalez on October 28, 2017 and were joined in marriage on November 28, 2018.

Lillia loved to take Aubrielle to the mall where she would run around and play, especially in the hat and shoe stores where she loved to try on many hats. They enjoyed trips to the zoo as a family. They celebrated many Sunday Fundays in their homes.

Lillia was a fashionable person and loved to coordinate and create colors into her attire. To celebrate Lilia’s love of fashion, the family encourages you to wear your colorful attire for the service.

Lillia is preceded in death by her grandparents, O’Neil and Leatha Beck, grandmother Bertha Flores and great-grandparents, Dennis C. and Eugenia Velasquez.

She is survived by her husband, Gregory F. Gonzalez; daughter, Aubrielle Nicole Gonzalez; parents, Sgt. Dennis Velasquez, Brazos County Sheriff’s Office and Wanda Jean Velasquez; California sisters, Rebecca, Carly and Taylor ;grandparents, Anthony M. and Gertrude Velasquez; father-in-law, Michael W. Gonzalez Sr. and mother-in-law, Sandra A. Gonzalez; brother-in-laws, Michael A. Gonzalez Jr. and wife Diane Banuelos, Matthew I. Gonzalez, Jesse R. Gonzalez and wife Ally, John P. Gonzalez; nephew Michael A. Gonzalez; godparents, Carl and Christine Orozco and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Dennis and Wanda Velasquez and Gregory F. Gonzalez would like to thank both families for their outpouring of love and support.

In lieu of flowers, if you would like to make a memorial contribution to assist the family, you may bring those to the funeral home or to the services at the church and they will be given to the family.

Services

  • VISITATION Sunday, August 11, 2019
  • ROSARY & FUNERAL SERVICE Sunday, August 11, 2019
  • INTERMENT Sunday, August 11, 2019

Memories

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Sharon Dayhoff

August 16, 2019

My condolences to the family.may good comfort you in his peace during this difficult time.i remember lillia would always be smiling and was very friendly to everyone she met.she would light up the room with her sweet smile and sweet personality.i was a customer at Manuel and Teresa school and I came to know her there at the school. She was such an angel.rip lillia.

Andrea De la garza

August 11, 2019

I first met Lillia at Manuel and Theresa’s. I haven’t seen her in years, BUT I will always remember her Being the sweetest girl, with the sweetest smile and beautiful eyes. And our chats about doing our hair red ❤️

Paula Patrick & Rebecca Lamey

August 11, 2019

As you manage the overwhelming grief that comes with loss of a loved one, we offer wishes for comfort and strength, and extend our condolences to each of you ~> Lillia’s families and friends💕
Her precious life cut short, Lillia’s sudden departure touches many hearts. Heavenly Love now embraces this beautiful child of God as she is sadly laid to rest 🌸 Rest In Peace 🙏🏼💫 Lillia Nicole Gonzalez 👼🏻

Sandra Gonzalez

August 8, 2019

I remember Lillias smile her laugh/giggle. When she was over visiting and her little four year old nephew “Mikey” hugging her and also flirting with her. I remember my son/her husband carrying her to the car when it would rain so she wouldn’t get dirty. Gregory loved her with all of his heart and soul and worked two jobs so that Lillia could be home with their baby girl as she wanted. Lillia loved dressing up nice and she was a very beautiful lady. She would dye my hair straighten it etc. I remember they always planned zoo trips etc for Aubry. Family was everything to them and Gregory and Lillia both have huge families that love them and them spending time with both....gone but NEVER forgotten....I promise to keep your memory alive beautiful! You were so loved and will be missed chingos!

Tency Sullivan

August 7, 2019

Hey I’m Tency one of her schoolmates from Beauty school ... She was soo sweet to everyone & love fashion... We became really good friends in school & on this picture it was Halloween, we all dressed up that day & at the time we was at taco bell getting lunch. #goodtimes

Makaylyn Brzy

August 7, 2019

You were my longest friendship. We met each other in 4th grade and we became best friends in 5th grade. You have always been there for me no matter what. I’m so glad we got to really catch up these past couple of months. I love you so much and you will be missed forever!

Felix Ramirez

August 7, 2019

One of my favorite memories is hangout with you always having the best personality making others feel as beautiful as you are!
Never going to forget your laugh & how wonderful a friend you was. I love you lillia! I'm glad we got the chance to reunite on your birthday & catching up since childhood. We'll reunite for the third time soon! Love you sister!

Naxdiely Gamez

August 7, 2019

Jason Velasquez

August 7, 2019

Naxdiely Gamez

August 7, 2019

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Biography

Lillia Nicole (Velasquez) Gonzalez, 22, of College Station passed away Tuesday, July 30.

Lillia was born June 29, 1997 in Encinitas, CA; the daughter of Dennis, Gunnery Sgt. USMC (Ret.) and Wanda Jean Velasquez, Wife of Gregory F. Gonzalez and mother of Aubrielle Nicole Gonzalez.

Lillia had a great love of the beaches in California and would love to watch and feed (in her words) the “sea eagles “. She also viewed the ocean from the playground of her elementary school on the base at Camp Pendleton and also loved the city of Oceanside which she considered her hometown. She also loved the many attractions with living on the west coast and always loved being a Californian.

After her father’s retirement from the Marine Corps, the family re-located to Texas when she was nine years old. She attended schools in the Navasota ISD and graduated from Navasota High School in May 2015 where she was a member of the NHS Fang Dancers and Diamonettes.

After graduation she attended Manuel & Theresa’s School of Hair Design and graduated in October 2016. Lillia loved everything that involved cosmetology, while attending the hair design school she met her future husband Gregory F. Gonzalez, and from that moment forward they were always inseparable.

They were blessed with their beautiful baby girl, Aubrielle Nicole Gonzalez on October 28, 2017 and were joined in marriage on November 28, 2018.

Lillia loved to take Aubrielle to the mall where she would run around and play, especially in the hat and shoe stores where she loved to try on many hats. They enjoyed trips to the zoo as a family. They celebrated many Sunday Fundays in their homes.

Lillia was a fashionable person and loved to coordinate and create colors into her attire.
To celebrate Lilia’s love of fashion, the family encourages you to wear your colorful attire for the service.

Lillia is preceded in death by her grandparents, O’Neil and Leatha Beck, grandmother Bertha Flores and great-grandparents, Dennis C. and Eugenia Velasquez.

She is survived by her husband, Gregory F. Gonzalez; daughter, Aubrielle Nicole Gonzalez; parents, Sgt. Dennis Velasquez, Brazos County Sheriff’s Office and Wanda Jean Velasquez; California sisters, Rebecca, Carly and Taylor ;grandparents, Anthony M. and Gertrude Velasquez; father-in-law, Michael W. Gonzalez Sr. and mother-in-law, Sandra A. Gonzalez; brother-in-laws, Michael A. Gonzalez Jr. and wife Diane Banuelos, Matthew I. Gonzalez, Jesse R. Gonzalez and wife Ally, John P. Gonzalez; nephew Michael A. Gonzalez; godparents, Carl and Christine Orozco and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Dennis and Wanda Velasquez and Gregory F. Gonzalez would like to thank both families for their outpouring of love and support.

In lieu of flowers, if you would like to make a memorial contribution to assist the family, you may bring those to the funeral home or to the services at the church and they will be given to the family.