Alicia Gonzales

Alicia Gonzales of League City, Texas passed away Tuesday September 7, 2021 at the age of 62.

She was born on November 11, 1958 in Galveston Texas to Guadalupe and Ofelia Sanchez.

Alicia worked for the US Postal Service for 26 years before retiring in 2003. Being the hard worker she was she then joined Interfaith Caring Ministries and continued there for another 14 years helping families in need.

Alicia was a dedicated mother who always put her children first. Whether meeting daily for lunches, enjoying game nights and pizza or just spending hours on the porch listening to the rain or watching the birds the three of them hold a strong close bond.

She strongly believed in keeping a close relationship with her siblings Noe Sanchez, Hilda Sanders and Elvia Lewis. They spent every Saturday together having breakfast and “running the streets” as she would put it.

She was definitely guilty of spoiling her grandchildren and all of her nieces and nephews. It was never boring at Momos/ Titas house!

She loved good music, good food, being with her family and of course her Houston Astros!

She is preceded in death by her husband Clemente Gonzales Jr, and her parents Guadalupe and Ofelia Sanchez.

She is survived by son Ruben Gonzales and wife Michelle. Daughter Monica Gonzales and life companion Ozzie James. Grandchildren Jordan Conner, Caleb Conner, Vanessa Gonzales, and Samantha Castro her husband Daniel and their children Greyson and Colton. As well as her many nieces and nephews.

Alicia was strong and courageous. She fought a good fight. She is loved and will be deeply missed by all.

The family would like to express their gratitude to all that came to help lift her spirits and assist her when needed. It did not go unnoticed and they will forever be grateful.

Memorial service to be held:
September 19, 2021 from 2-5pm
Hometown Hero’s Park.
1001 East League City Parkway
League City, TX 77573

8 comments

  1. Sending our thoughts and prayers to the family. Alicia was always such and kind person. She will definitely be missed.

    Rudy Salcedo
  2. Rest easy Tia. You were always so fun to be around. You always had me laughing. Praying for you and your family. Love you.

    Amanda
  3. Monica, Jordan, Caleb;
    Carlos, Carlitos, Kianna, and I have you and your family in our thoughts and prayers daily. We send our deepest condolences. We know how much your mom, your mom was a part of your every day lives. Please know that the Lord is near to the broken hearted. Where there is deep grief, there was, remains great love. May you all carry your memories of and love for her always in your hearts and share those stories with each other to lift each other up. All our love, The Gonzales Family

    Heidi and Carlos Gonzales
  4. Hi, Momo. I miss you so so so much. I wish I just had 5 more minutes with you. I will miss our Astros games, Rummikub & Jeopardy nights, singing Bruno on the couch. Some, if not most, of my best memories are with you and Popo. I am so lucky and grateful to have had the best grandmother one can possibly have. You were taken way too soon. I hope you are having the time of your life up there. Can’t wait to see you again. I love you so much.

    Jordan Conner
  5. My sincere condolences to her children and to her sister Hilda and brother Noe . My thoughts will be with all of you during this most difficult time in your lives. I pray for God’s strength and peace. To Hilda : I love you ♥️ Linda Garcia Donaldson

    Linda Garcia Donaldson
  6. She was a wonderful mother and grandmother. I know how much they will all miss you everyday. Rest in Peace Alicia, and be sure to say “hello” to Jeanie.

    Donna
  7. Rest in Peace my dear cousin, i will forever love you. you are now with your hubby and mom and dad as you wished every time you were in the hospital and i could see your pain. i know you are at peace with our Lord beside you and i can just see you smile really big as you saw Him and all your loved ones. Enjoy the everlasting life that He has promised us when we leave this world. you will surely be missed but we will meet again someday……..

    Dee Lopez
  8. So sorry for your loss, your Mom will be remembered for her great big smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family.

    Carmen Berrios and family

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