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Jose Manuel Gonzalez
June 6, 1967 ~ November 15, 2021 (age 54) 54 Years Old
Jose Manuel Gonzalez was born June 5th, 1967 to Javier Gonzalez (Maria De Jesus Olivo) in Zacatecas, Mexico. Manuel, 54, passed away November 15, 2021. He was preceded in death by both of his parents, mother-in-law Dolores Carrillo, brother-in-law Michael, sister-in-law Inez, nephew Steven, niece Alia. Manuel met the love of his life in the year 2000 and they joined families as one. Manuel worked in construction for most of his life. Anyone who had the pleasure of working with him was able to see that he was a man of great skill and a master of his craft. Manuel recently picked up the hobby of collecting and fixing motorized bikes. The main reason for this new hobby was to see the smiles on his grandchildren's faces when they would ride them. He was an extraordinary man and anyone who has met him would agree. Manuel is survived by his wife Jeannie. Daughters Marisol (Matt) Lucero, Samantha (Mike) Casados, Claudia (Robert) Zegarelli. Father-in-law Pete Carrillo. Granddaughter that he raised, Tazia Carrillo. Grand pups Ocho and Sunshine Lucero. Grandchildren Destiny (Mario), Sydney, Victoria, Robert, Manuel, Ryan, Haylee. Great grandchild Santiago and god daughter Sienna. Gonzalez siblings Eleazar, Ezequiel, Javier, Adalberto, Rosalva, Maria, Olivia and Ana Maria. Carrillo siblings Jr. (Diane), Victor, Lorraine (Tavo), Liz and Jill. His long-time boss and friend Jeff Genova that he worked with for 21 years. Special friends Jose, Conrad and Weto. Numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends. Manuel will be forever loved and missed.