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July 17, 2018

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July 17, 2018

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June 23, 2018
Dad's parents sitting down. This was given to me from Valerie. I wanted to share it with all the Gomez Family and their families.
June 17, 2018
Happy Father's Day in Heaven Daddy/Grandpa

We all remember those trips to Marysville and the barbeques we would have to share this special day with you.

We all love and miss you dearly.

Mike, Theresa, Evelina and Alicia
June 17, 2018
June 17, 2018
During this time, we lived in South San Francisco, which was at least 1 1/2 hours away from my dad's place in Marysville, California, but we didn't mind the drive. Tino loved spending time with my dad's dog, Chubbs, while Emilio was inside watching tv, probably a movie, knowing Emilio. For dinner, my dad liked to go to Round Table Pizza in Yuba City, so we would go there. They had video games there, so my Dad would give money to Tino and Emilio, to play games, while Daddy told me about his new projects around his house. As we all knew, Daddy loved to work with his hands and he stayed very busy, every day. My dad was a professional Welder by trade, but was a man of all trades (electrical, plumbing, carpentry, planting, etc). He loved to dance too. I miss you so much, Daddy. Your daughter,