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Freddie Gomez Zavala

March 20, 1975May 12, 2020
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Freddie Gomez Zavala, age 45, of Wilmington, California passed away on Tuesday May 12, 2020. Freddie was born March 20, 1975 in Hawthorne, California to Irene Gomez Zavala (David) and Fred Zavala. Freddie, graduated Banning High School worked with his grandfather at Eddie's Tire City and was a Longshoreman with Local 13 for many years.

Freddie is survived by his wife, Paula Zavala; son Brian Zavala; and son Freddie Zavala; mother Irene Gomez Zavala (David) and father Fred Zavala. Grandparents: Eddie and Rachel Gomez; Aunts: Cathy (Jose) Lopez, Renae Vega, & Crystal Gomez Aminsalehi.

Freddie is also survived by his Cousins, Godchildren and Numerous Friends, forever he will be in their hearts.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Funerariadelangelwilmington.com for the Zavala family.

  • FAMILY

  • Paula Zavala, Wife
  • Brian Zavala, Son
  • Freddie Zavala, Son
  • Irene Gomez Zavala (David), Mother
  • Fred Zavala, Father
  • Eddie and Rachel Gomez, Grandparents
  • Cathy Lopez (Jose), Aunt
  • Renae Vega, Aunt
  • Crystal Gomez Aminsalehi, Aunt
  • Freddie will be remembered by all his Cousins, Godchildren and Numerous Friends.

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June Bug Legaspi

May 22, 2020

Fly High My Brother,
So many great times in our 30+ years of friendship.
I will always hold a special place in my heart for you.
You will be missed and never forgotten.
Give Bree & Gabe some love from me.
"RIP Fred Dogg"👌 A- Block
Love You

Joni Primeaux Anderson

May 22, 2020

Freddie, You have always been special to me. I will always remember everything about you. You were always all around cool people. Im heart broken your gone. I love you and will always miss you. I'll always be thinking about you. Rest in peace freddie.
Love joni

Mohammed Aka moses

May 20, 2020

Fred dog, I will forever remember you, I truly do u understand life is short. RIP
MOSES

Barbara Moran,Alcala

May 17, 2020

May you Rest In Peace lil cousin Fred. Always so sweet to me . When I would see you , always gave me a huge hug . Prayers to you always much love 💕 lil cousin Fred

Cristofaro Palma

May 17, 2020

I’m a fellow longshoreman my condolences go out to all his family an friends Freddie was a great friend an co worker when I was learning how to lash he took me under his wing an showed me easier ways to finish the job so I wasent killing myself thanks brother you will all ways be in my memories until we meet again true union brother an friend for life

Adrianne Jezin

May 17, 2020

Fred, I met you in 2013 when I was staying right there in the same alley. You lived across the alley. You and I became closer friends recently and I remember when I was walking about a couple months ago you saw me and gave me a ride. Also, you put me up on game with a couple songs in my music library. You had a heart of gold and I'm very sad of your passing. Rest in Peace Freddie 🙏

Theresa chavez

May 16, 2020

I remember in the 70’s playing in Grandma Vera and Grandpa Jesse’s backyard on Island Avenue with Little Freddie. He was called Little Freddie back then, too. I remember digging a hole to China in the same yard, boy grandpa was mad. Miss you, Freddie.

Cindy Awad

May 16, 2020

My brother forever in my heart ❤️
We will always have our laughs and our late night gambling lol
But the one thing you alway be dear to my heart is how you always look out for me and my daughter when no one else did never asking for anything in return
So many days we sit there and talk about life and how much we wanted to be someone make a difference in the world
Trust me Fred you truly are one of a kind you truly made a beautiful difference in our life’s I truly love you my brother my best friend I was in my heart and never forgotten

Salina Bruno

May 15, 2020

I would like to express my deepest condolences. My heart breaks for you all. Freddie was my friend since elementary school. We also went to junior high, and high school together. I will miss his smile and his laugh. Although I haven't seen him in a while, I definitely feel the loss. I will miss you my dear friend. Love, Salina

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