Guadalupe “G.G.” Garcia Gomez

1957 - 2020

Guadalupe “G.G.” Garcia Gomez

1957 – 2020

Guadalupe “G.G.” Garcia Gomez, 62, was born on June 17, 1957 in Houston, Texas and was called up to be with his Lord and Savior on January 24, 2020.  He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend.  G.G. loved and enjoyed life, always wearing his sunglasses because the sun was always shining down on him.  He will be greatly missed by all who shared wonderful memories with him.  G.G. was preceded in death by his mother, Eva Cruz; his son, Matthew David Amador Gomez; his uncle, Thomas Garcia; his brother in laws, Mike Austin, Bill Enoch, Joe Cavazos, and Gilbert Alonzo; and his cousin, Vivian Garcia.  G.G. leaves behind to cherish his memories, his father, Amador Cruz; his loving wife of 40 years, Evangeline A. Gomez; his daughter, Tricia Faee Nicholas & husband Byron and Miss Kitti; his sisters, Rosemary Cavazos, Paz Austin, Linda Enoch, and Yolanda Gonzales & husband Paul; his grandchild, Savannah Mariah Gomez; his besties, Blanca & Frank Rodriguez and Albert & Elena Alonzo; and many other relatives and friends.

Memorial Service: Saturday, February 1, 2020

Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Service: 11:00am

Location: Compean Funeral Home Family Chapel

  1. Ed Purcell

    6 months ago  

    My deepest condolences to the Gomez family.
    I met lupe in 1979.when I was married to his friend Cheryl. We quickly became friends.
    I always enjoyed being around him it was always a good time.
    Even though time and miles separated us and we lost touch I never forgot.
    For he left his indullable mark on my life forever.
    I’ll miss you Lupe but I find solitude in knowing I will see you again when my time comes.
    Rest in peace my friend and may god bless and keep you.

  2. Kiggy Enoch

    6 months ago  

    I am thinking of you all during this incredibly difficult time. I hope the memories you have of GG will bring you comfort. Also, may you find peace in knowing he is reunited with his wonderful loved ones in heaven.

    We miss and love you all.

  3. Tina Wilson

    6 months ago  

    My deepest condolences to the Gomez family. Love ya Trish Still praying really hard for your family’s strength and comfort. God bless you all.

  4. Greg Austin

    7 months ago  

    Because when you’re cool. The sun is always shining.

    I will always remember the fun times growing up with you. How you’d handle it on the grill and taught Matthew those skills too. When I would spend a few days at momo’s during the summer and you would randomly stop by to visit momo and drink coffee with her. By watching you do that, I like doing the same to my mom.

    Enjoyed all of our football talks! You were right, Tony Banks should have been a super bowl winner! haha.

    Love you uncle Gigi.

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