Manuel Gonzalez

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Manuel Gonzalez

Manuel Gonzalez, 84, passed away on Saturday, March 16, 2013, at his home in Kearny with his family by his side.

Manuel was born on July 3, 1928 in Hayden, the son of Pablo and Lucia (Miranda) Gonzalez. Manuel made his home in Kearny since 1958. Manuel enjoyed hunting and fishing, and he love spending time in his garden.

Manuel is survived by his wife, Olga Gonzalez; daughters, Nancy (Alfonso) Benitez and Bernice (Leroy) Arguello; grandchildren, Sophia Gonzalez, Frank Manuel Bracamonte, Amanda Huffman, Malena Dorame, Miguel Angel Dorame, Leroy Paul Arguello, Valerie Arguello, Ruben Anthony Benitez and Felicia Benitez; brothers, Eddie (Josie) Gonzalez and Jerry Gonzalez; sisters, Rachel Romero, Christy (Ramon) Gustalum and Sylvia Nayarez; 18 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by two brothers and five sisters.

Services for Mr. Gonzalez were held Saturday, March 23, at the Bulman-Griffith Mortuary Chapel. Interment followed at Mountain View Cemetery in Hayden.

An online guestbook may be signed at www.GriffithMortuary.com.

July 3, 1928 – March 16, 2013

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