Family wishes Feliz Cumpleaño to ‘Tata Horsey’

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It was 91 years ago on March 12, 1923 Guillermo Gomez was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. He is the oldest of one brother and two sisters.

Moving to Superior in 1962, he is very proud to have become a U.S. Citizen in the early 1980s. He is known around the community with nicknames such as “Billy”, “Caballo” and now known to many as “Tata Horsey”.

He has experienced a full life of multiple task from shining shoes on the streets of Mexico helping his family survive to a truck driver and on to retiring as a  Magma Copper Miner.

Guillermo has raised 11 children, one niece, one nephew and one cousin with his wife Guerra Gomez of 54 years. He is a father full of life, whom we still consider intelligent, pretty much self sufficient being seen all over the City of Superior  to Globe to Mesa,  running errands, keeping busy watching the family grow, and taking care of his wife.  

From all your Sons, Daughters & Grandkids we wish you a very HAPPY and BLESSED BIRTHDAY!

  Fue ase 91 un años nacio Guillermo Gomez en Guadalajara, Mexico. El mayor de un Hermano y dos hermanas. Llego a Superior en 1962 con su familia, Y cuplio hacer cuidadano en los primeros anos de 1980. Un senor bien conocido en el pueblo con los nobres de “Billy, “Caballo” y mas conocido con “Tata Horsey”. La experencia de su vida a sido de varios trabajos de bolero en las calles de Mexico para ayudar a su familia,, a  camionero y viviendo un vida retirado de Magma Copper Mine. Guillermo y Guerra su esposa an criado 11 hijos 2 sobrinos y 1 primo. Un papa fuerte gosando de la vida, inteligente, siendo solo suficiente, que se pasella por las calles de Superior a Globe a Mesa, en sus mandados, mirando y cuidando la familia y su esposa. Con Amor de sus hijos le mandamos un FELIZ CUMPLEAÑOS  y muchos mas!!

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