Memory Gardens Funeral Home & Cemetery

8200 Old Brownsville Road, Corpus Christi, TX


William T. Gomez Jr.

June 21, 1930September 4, 2019

William T. Gomez Jr., passed away on September 4, 2019 at the age of 89. He was born on June 21, 1930.

William was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. He proudly served his country in the United States Army. William was employed with Glazer’s Drug Whole Sale for 39 years, and with Sears for 20 years in the shipping department as a truck driver. He will be remembered for his love of family, love of fishing and for enjoying his wood works. Participating in BBQ benefits and drinking his favorite beer, natural light was a simple pleasure he indulged in throughout his life. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

He is reunited with his parents, Guillermo and Petra Gomez; sisters, Minerva Gomez, Guadalupe Falcon; and brother, Jose T. “Pepe” Gomez.

William leaves his loving memories to his beloved wife who he would be celebrating 36 years of marriage with in November, Mary Gomez; his children, Billy Gomez (Sharleda), Mary Jane Ybarbo, Ellen Casanova (Tim), Andrea Miranda (Manuel), Hector Vargas (Lupe); grandchildren, John Thomas William Villa, Brian Ybarbo, Evelyn Ybarbo, Sam Gomez, Jamilah Gomez, Karla Miranda, Jessica Miranda; great grandchildren, Cassandra, Chris Jr., Jesse, Mia; and his sister, Yolanda Martinez.

Family will hold a Memorial Service at Coastal Bend State Veterans Cemetery at a future date.

Please view and sign his guestbook at www.memorygardensfuneralhome.com


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William T. Gomez Jr.

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Christopher Gonzalez

September 8, 2019

My condolences go out to his family. May they find peace and comfort in t the midst of this storm they are now going through. May he Rest In Peace.
Sincerely, Christopher Gonzalez

Jessica Miranda

September 8, 2019

In loving memory of grandpa who will never be forgotten and always loved words can’t express how sad I feel that you are gone, you were an amazing grandpa. I will never forget the times when we would go visit and you would be in sitting in the porch drinking your beer and the delicious brisket you used to make. I am very happy that you were able to meet your great grandkids even if you didn’t remember who we were. I am very pleased that we had a last chance to see you before you were gone. I know you are in a better place now and pain free you will always be remembered. May you Rest in Heavenly Peace.

Love always & forever,
You’re granddaughter Jessica & great grandkids <3