OBITUARY

Tony L Gonzales

June 2, 1951November 7, 2018
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Tony Lozano Gonzales was born June 2nd 1951 to Alfredo and Simona Gonzales in Houston TX.

Raised in Magnolia Park, Tony always remembered his roots even after moving to Aldine and remaining there for the remainder of his life. Tony was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting and fishing. He loved horticulture and enjoyed watching the fruits of his labor grow. Tony also loved to travel and cherished the memories he made exploring the United States with his parents and children. Tony is survived by his wife, Armandina (Nina), sons Tony, Mike, and Victor Gonzales, step daughter Brenda Chavez, seven grandchildren, four brothers and four sisters. A visitation for Tony will be held Friday, November 16, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, 6900 Lawndale St, Houston, Texas 77023, followed by a rosary service from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 16, 2018
  • Rosary Service Friday, November 16, 2018
REMEMBERING

Tony L Gonzales

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Maria Leshe Gutierrez

November 16, 2018

To The Gonzales Family

I’m very sorry for your loss Tony was a very kind and loving person he will be missed but never forgotten. Praying for your family for peace and comfort 🙏
R.I.P. Tony fly high with the Angels you are now in heaven with your love ones.
Maria Gutierrez Leshe

Carmela Nayve

November 14, 2018

Mr Tony is already deeply and dearly missed. My sincerest condolences to the Gonzales family. I was one of his home health nurses, but he never treated me that way. He and Ms Nina treated me like family. And it trickled down to my own family, whom he would occasionally send gifts of appreciation for my care. Mr Tony is a wonderful person with a gigantic personality. I can almost hear him hollering his way to heaven!

Lala Carranza

November 14, 2018

Please accept our sincerest condolences for your loss. We loved Uncle Tony very much. He was always so generous and had such a good heart. I remember when he took me and my brother Champ on our first trip on our own without our parents. It was a 2 week trip to California. He took us to so many beautiful places which included DISNEY LAND!! I'll never forget everything he's done for us. He always greeted us with a smile and welcomed us into his home. I'm so happy that he was able to meet Gio's fiancé too.

Uncle Tony was very genuine and sincere. He never sugar coated anything and I loved him for that because you always knew exactly who he was and how he felt. He was a very good uncle to us and to our kids. He was also a great brother to my dad and mom. He was always giving, in his own quiet way. He never made a production out of anything. Whether it was Christmas gifts, a fishing rod, or tacos for us to eat on one of our trips. He was always thinking about us and I'm really going to miss him. May he rest in peace in the arms of Jesus and may he be rejoicing with all of our family and friends who have gone before him.

Our family is here for all of you if you need anything. We love you all.

Trish Davila

November 14, 2018

My condolences to My cousins Tony Jr, Mike, Victor & Brenda & Tia Armandina! I am so sorry for yalls loss & I pray that God will wrap his loving arms around you all! Uncle Tony was so thoughtful! I remember on the morning we were leaving for the airport to go back to Japan early in the morning, it was still dark out, your dad walked up to us in my dads truck and he gave us some money and he told us to buy something to eat! He was such a sweet uncle! He will be deeply missed! I know your dad is up there with lots of family including my baby boy, grandma and grandpa....etc....I love y’all!!! Love, Your cousins, Trisha, Joardyn, Michelle, Tatiana & Isaiah!!! ❤️❤️❤️

Mike Gonzales

November 14, 2018

Tear them up 🎣!!

Edward & Melinda Garza

November 13, 2018

To the Tony Gonzales family,

Our deepest condolences to the family members left behind. Tony was a great great man...always had a smile for everyone. It was a joy every time we got together. I know it's not easy saying goodbye but he left a remarkable legacy and I know you children will continue to make him proud. Keep him alive in your everyday thoughts and actions. He's your new heavenly angel that will watch over each and everyone of you. RIP Tony.

Renee Gonzales

November 13, 2018

Tony, I will miss you and my kids will miss you . You are one of a kind a great uncle you will always be in our heart you always welcomed us into your home. You are a very wonderful man and you will be greatly missed always your sister-in-law Renee, your nephews Alex ,Nicolas and your niece Ashley. Rest in peace. ♥️

Tina Thomas

November 13, 2018

My sincere condolences to the Gonzales family. All of you are in my thoughts.

Mike Breaux

November 13, 2018

I will always remember the jokes and laughs we shared with each other while at Christina and Victor’s wedding. My Compadre was the best! I will always remember and miss him. Rest In Peace.😢

Mike Gonzales

November 13, 2018

My best memories with my Dad was taking Dad to Port Mansfield with Wylie and Jimmy the past 11 years.

The laughter we shared as friends, and the endless memories on the Boat, The Pelican Pub, the drive to South Texas, Visiting San Juan Church, relaxing outside the Hotel as we watch the deer and wind blow 30 plus........ are all memories that I will cherish forever!

Dad always admired me and was proud of my accomplishment. Dad never wanted me to worry when he was getting sick or was sick. Always had a smile!!

It was a gift from God to be with my Dad during his last breath while sleeping and holding his arm, letting him know it was going to be ok, letting him know that Mom was going to be taken care of, I told him I loved him and proud he was my Pops and fishing buddy. I was able to say my goodbyes and he told me and my future wife Amanda goodbye while hold our hands Tuesday 11-6-18.

Until we see each other again, Tear them up 🎣 and tell Grandma and Grandpa Hello.