Condolences for Carlos Gonzalez


Linda Espinosa posted on 4/24/19

I met you when you were working at Astroworld. You were the first guy I gave my number to outside of school. We became friends and at one time pen pals. I always looked forward to get a letter, a drawing or an email from you. I'm glad you found love and happiness, you deserved it. It's been a long time since I have heard from you but thanks to social media I was able to come across that happy face of yours. Seeing so many heartfelt condolences, you have touched and changed so many lives. My deepest sympathies for your family, friends and your wife and child. Rest in peace my friend. You are definitely going to be missed.


CH posted on 4/13/19

Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort and hope in God's promise to swallow up death forever and wipe the tears from all faces. Isaiah 25:8 Condolences


Sheri Koester posted on 4/12/19

I am so very sorry for your loss, hugs to you and Luke


Rebecca Flowers posted on 4/12/19

I am so sad to hear about Carlos' passing. He was such an amazing friend and Sailor. He will be greatly missed and hopefully we will meet again someday.


Jay Forsythe posted on 4/12/19

Carlos you were a great friend and coworker at Lowe's. My prayers go out to you and your family that you loved so much. rest in peace


Susanna Wallace posted on 4/12/19

My deepest condolences. May happy memories somehow help you through this tragic time.


William & Ashlie Reed posted on 4/12/19

You were a great neighbor and an amazing co-worker. I will miss your quirky attitude with your PB&j wallet you always carried around. I was bless to have even met you and pray God will comfort your family during this sad time.


Kyrah Copeland posted on 4/11/19

AG1 you were truly one of the good guys. Thanks for being a beautiful and making watch bearable and refereeing dodgeball tourneys with your junior sailors. You will be missed!!


Cortni Alexander posted on 4/11/19

AG1, thank you for making my time at fleet weather center Norfolk, memorable and meaningful. Some of those 12 hour watches became doable ONLY because of the potlucks and dodgeball games we had to offset the work. You were an amazing soul and a wonderful person, i am blessed to have had to honor of calling you my shipmate and friend.



Michelle posted on 4/11/19

Gonzo was the life of the watch-floor and put a smile on so many faces. His morale was always top tier and did so much for so many. He will be missed by so many. We will miss you AG1 “Fun Boss” Gonzalez.



Katrina Gay posted on 4/11/19

Rest in paradise my friend ...


Debbie Bullis posted on 4/11/19

Carlos was such a wonderful young man. He served with my daughter in Djaboti. He was such a fun person to be around. He will be dearly missed.



Debbie Bullis posted on 4/11/19

Carlos was such a great person. He served with my daughter in djaboti. I had the opportunity to meet him and Catie and Luke. He will be dearly missed.



Greg & Denise Emerson posted on 4/11/19

Carlos and his wonderful family lived next door to us on Willow View St. In La Porte Texas from the the time they where just youngins until grown adult wonderful Handsome man and beautiful woman. They where always perfect neighbors and excellent children, always a pleasure watching little Carlos chashing his sister Bonnie around their house, always right behind her, and she loved it. Our hearts are just broken into pieces, and many prayers go to his beautiful wife and stepson, and his awesome Mother and Father, sister Bonnie, Ronnie and the perfect girls. We will love and miss you Carlos Jr. For life ever after.


Monica posted on 4/11/19

I remember the holiday party. You guys had one of the best costumes in the party. He was a great person and mentor.