In loving memory of Ernestine "Tina" Gonzales |

In loving memory of Ernestine "Tina" Gonzales

Ernestine “Tina” Gonzales 50, left us to fly among the angels after a long illness. She will be forever missed.

A mother’s love is one of a kind. It begins before her child is born and continues for a lifetime and beyond. The bond we share with her is the first and in many ways the most important relationship we will ever experience with anyone. She is the foundation of life and family. We have our beginning in her.

Nurtured by the warmth of her caring we thrive and grow in knowledge that there is someone who loves us unconditionally. Whatever our age or place in life, her voice is the one we want to hear when we face difficult decisions. When we need comforting, a part of us always longs to run back into the security of her loving embrace. When something wonderful happens, the first person we want to share it with… is mom.

We will always keep your memory in the most precious place within us.

The Gonzales Family –

Fred Gonzales

Wendy Dinkel

Trina Morrison

David Hopper


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