Hermierose Gomez Bolster

December 3, 1956October 24, 2019

Hermierose Gomez Bolster is the sixth child of Herminigildo Sr.+ and Rosalina+ Gomez of San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. Born on 03 December 1956, she grew up in Mindoro and in Manila. She is a doting sister to her eight siblings, George Sr.+, Antonio, William, Aida+, Philips+, Herminigildo Jr.+, Dan, and Jocelyn. From 1972-1977, she studied Bachelor of Music, Voice Major, at the University of Santo Tomas, Conservatory of Music. On 18 September 1975, she won the Most Outstanding Performer Award in the First World Popular Song Festival, at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. From the early seventies to 1985, she performed as a singer professionally in the Philippines and in other countries such as Japan, Malaysia, and Thailand. In 1985, she married Charles Lloyd Bolster+, together they have a son, Conrad. She joined the mission work in Africa, with Benny Hinn Ministry. She was a worship leader in several churches in California, U.S.A. and Makati, Philippines, and a missionary here and abroad. In 2012, she enrolled in dancing. She won first place in the Millennium Dance Sport Competitions. She devoted most of her years in the service of church of God as a worship leader and singer. She is a friend and a preacher of the Word of God to everyone who met her. She is a singer, dancer and a lover of life.

Join her family and friends as they celebrate Hermierose’s life on 03 November 2019 at Lima Family Milpitas Fremont Mortuary, 48800 Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539. Viewing schedule is from 10am to 9pm.


  • Visitation Sunday, November 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, November 3, 2019


Hermierose Gomez Bolster

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Ami Gomez

November 4, 2019

Rose is My beloved friend, confidant and prayer partner for 20 years. ROSE I would say made history in and through her life and contribution to the kingdom of God. When I met her I was new in Christian faith. God used her to shepherd and mentor me as a Believer. She was a prayer warrior and worshipper.
Rose is such a great woman of God not only in her life and character but also in her commitment to serve the Lord. Rose was the friendliest, sweetest, most loving, and caring person I ever met in my life. Always praying for others.
I am amazed of her many talents. She was oftentimes part of my family celebration always willing to entertain by her beautiful lovely voice with her guitar. She played beautifully in piano. My mother adored her and now joined together in heaven. I thank you Rose that I became part of your life's journey. Thank you for everything that you did for me. I want you to know my friend that I love you with all my heart and that I always remember you. You will always be my best friend forever.

Mark Gregorii

November 2, 2019

Ms.Rose was my prayer warrior. She was always there during the lowest point of my life. She cheers me up, gives me advices and offers prayer. I will treasure the times when you pray for the success of my deployments in the US.
A client turned to be a good friend. I will miss the time when you forced me to eat healthy food like tons of veggie salad and salmon whenever I visit you in your house. Your wonderful voice would always linger in my ears especially when we sang “A Friend of Mine” and “Amazing Grace” while playing your guitar.

Now, you are truly an Angel from up above. Please continue to sing, dance your heart away and pray for me in Heaven.

You will be missed, Ms Rose.

Perla Vargas Cruz Novotny

November 1, 2019

Dance Floor generates electricity as you dance and so does when you go dancing with Rose. She has that energy that would make you dance and enjoy dancing the whole night. When she calls me or I call her, the first thing she'll say, "... let's eat at Wholefoods and go dancing after ...". Dance and sing away up there, dear Rose
You'll surely be missed by your friends and family.

Jenny Diel

November 1, 2019

Rose was always a bright light for me growing up in Cupertino. Her loud and fun laugh was contagious. She always prayed over me when I saw her and she always made me feel special and loved. I’ll never forget when she played her guitar and sang with Jack for the first time when he was 8yrs old. Or when we met up with her in Makati and got her to sing on stage where she used to perform- she sang “ New York”, it was always a fun time when she was around!
She will be greatly missed by our family but to know that she is with Chuck, free from pain now and reveling in the presence of our Lord brings great comfort.