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Kenneth E. Goggio

San Antonio, Texas

May 28, 1956 – Sep 26, 2011


May 28, 1956
September 26, 2011
San Antonio, Texas


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Sunset Funeral Home Obituary

To Kenneth E. Goggio, Our sweet and devoted Husband, Father, Family member and Friend who passed from this world to meet his Lord in Heaven, joined his Loved Ones who welcomed him on September 26, 2011. We feel a great loss in losing Kenneth at such a young age, following an extended illness. Now...

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Mr Goggio was teacher to two of my boys..He always had nothing but good news for me about them and how much he enjoyed having them in his class. I always told him how much I appriciated him for being such a great teacher and he would just laugh his slow laugh..and say 'Thank You'...So Mr Goggio It was a pleasure to have met you...You will continue living thru every single lesson and knowledge you instilled in our children. Goggio Fam, may you find peace in your hearts knowing that you will...

Mr. Goggio was my first grade teacher and a wonderful one at that. My deepest condolences to his family. May god bless you during your time of healing.

Kay and family: May your faith prevail, your purpose continue and your memories uplift. Love from all of us here in Seguin

Kay and family: Our friendship is of short duration but the quality is of importance. Time only matters to us because God tells us that our lives are as a vapor and that one day is as a thousand years and a thousand years is but one day to Him. He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. Our prayer for you and your precious family is that your faith will prevail in such a difficult time as this. We are also so thankful for the wonderful relationship Ken had with you Kay, your daughters,...

To Kay and the Goggio family. I am so sorry for your loss. Kenneth was such a nice guy in high school and at the last reunion when I saw him last. I pray for your healing hearts and as you know he is with our Lord and Saviour and is now in a happy place with no illness. God bless you and your family.
Patti Pearce Davenport (San Antonio, Tx)

Kay, Katy, and Nancy: There are no words that I can find to adequately express my sympathy to you. You were blessed to have Kenneth in your life, and he was blessed to have you in his. He was a good friend to me. In the last message I had from him he sent me a video of Fred Astaire dancing on the ceiling. I believe Kenneth is now free from the burdens of his illness, and he is dancing on the ceiling in Heaven. Sending you comforting hugs, my beloved sister-friend, Kay.

Still so sorry for everything. Please let me know if you ever need anything.

Our sweet Ken, always loving...

My Sweet Sister, Nancy & Katy, Our fun memories of Ken and the family gatherings will live forever in our hearts. You both have a special everlasting love and I appreciate how he took care of my sister. He is an Angel looking down from Heaven, without pain surrounded by loved ones to take care of him for you. I know Ken wants you to be at peace here til you meet again. We are here for you and love you so much, Tricia

My condolences to the Goggio family...Mr. Goggio was my sons' first grade teacher. I will always remember his amazing smile. He was an amazing person, one that will be sorely missed. May you all find the strenght to carry on...have faith in knowing that he will always be with you in spirit...God bless...The Kinnard family