Tyler Gonzales

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Gonzales, Pvt. Tyler Jay

Pvt. Tyler Jay Gonzales, 19,

Santa Fe, passed away at 8:10 p.m., Sat., March 11th, 2017 after emergency heart surgery at UNMH in ABQ, NM.

Tyler was born May 15, 1997, in Santa Fe, NM & graduated from Capital High School in 2015. He then attended Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO for the 15-16 school year. Tyler was about to graduate from Army Basic Training Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC.

Tyler loved all things scientific and mathematical. Tyler was also an amazing creative writer and graffiti calligraphy artist. His warm heart & smile touched many people. Tyler was an amazing individual with a very bright future, and he will be missed forever. #SpreadHisSmile

He is survived by his mother and sister, Cheryl Kennedy and Charine Gonzales, Santa Fe and San Ildefonso Pueblo; his father, step-mother, and sisters, Cavan Gonzales, April Gonzales, Andreita Gonzales, Anita Gonzales, San Ildefonso Pueblo; maternal grandparents, Alice Kennedy and Jay Kennedy, Salem, SC; paternal grandparents, Barbara Gonzales and Robert Gonzales, San Ildefonso Pueblo; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

The Gonzales & Kennedy family would like to express their appreciation for all the communities support and prayers.

Services for Pvt. Tyler Jay Gonzales were held at San Ildefonso Pueblo on March 15th, 2017.

For further info please contact Cheryl Kennedy (505)-699-6557 or Charine Gonzales (505)-920-2268.

Condolences in memory of PVT. Tyler Jay Gonzales may be sent to 4305 Jaguar Loop, Santa Fe, NM 87507.

Published in Albuquerque Journal on Sept. 11, 2017