Clifford Gonzales

Pueblo, Colorado

1957 - 2019 (Age 61)


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Clifford D. Gonzales, 61, passed away on Sept. 16, 2019, at his home. Born in Pueblo, Colo., Cliff was the son of Lawrence and Phyllis Gonzales. As a proud Central Wildcat, he went on to graduate with a BS in psychology from University of Colorado Denver. Although Cliff had many...

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Cliff, I will forever cherish the 2 days we spent together in Denver last month with you and all your family. Hopefully "Foghorn (Uncle Ruben) will welcome you as you cross those golden gates."I say, I say, what you doing here so early ,Chicken hawk!!" You will be truly missed, my cousin. God bless your beautiful family!, Your cousin, Patsy

Cliffy, you lit up a room with your smile. Made us laugh and set an amazing example of what it means to be a parent and to put familia first. Your bear hugs must have been so strong to last us all a lifetime! You live on in our hearts but also in beautiful children! RIP. Love and light from your Seattle clan!

I am saddened to hear, my heart goes out to his wonderful family. He will be missed. Stay strong. I was fortunate enough to know this great man. Rest in peace.

Awe. I hate to see this. Cliff was such a nice guy. Many years ago when we lived in Pueblo he called my daughter "Bow Girl" because she wore Big Bows in her hair! Our family will be sending you all love and prayers from South Mississippi.

You will be missed my dear cousin. My prayers and condolences go out to the Gonzales family. Such a great loss. Just know he is looking over us along with all other loved ones that have passed. I have so many memories of Cliff and growing up that I will never forget. Always a sweetheart.

I am so sorry for your families loss. I can't even imagine. Cliff was such a nice person. Even though we lost tough I still remember the soccer games.
My prayers are with you and the family.
Janice Valdez, Gina Montoya and Rikki Leyba.

My Dear Cuz,you will be missed...
I know we did not see each other a whole lot however, I will never forget all our times growing up. Especially when I stayed with Grandma on Orman St. You would come by and pick me up and walk me to school because you did not want me to be alone. :) And all the other times we shared!
My condolences and prayers go to your dear family. Tammy take care of yourself.
Love you all. Karen Martinez/Jacobsen


Wishing you and the kids much love during this time. I can't imaging your heart break at this time.

My heart goes out to you all.

Shawn Yoxey

Cliff and I went through a lot of good times, and some hard times during our tenure with American Fidelity. He always seemed to have a smile on his face and was able to lift my spirits many times when I needed it. We always referred to each other as brothers when we talked, and I'm proud to know him as such. He would always talk about his family and especially about the grand kids...he was a proud Papa and a good man, that I will never forget. Thanks Cliff...Rest in Peace my BROTHER!