He entered this world from his mothers womb, in which God created him in, at 5:28 am February 21st, 1980 in San Angelo, TX. He loved God first, his children, family, as well as friends and life itself especially. He was the first born to Thelma and Adolph Gonzales followed by James, Bianca, Jeffery and Damien but was the 4th eldest son to Adolph in order of Daniel Telly Delarosa, Mario Gonzales and Adolph "Little A" Gonzales. Since he was young it was always in his nature to care for others and possibly came naturally from being the eldest. Touching the lives of many he loved to gather with family and friends, loved to cook because everything in life for him was a celebration because he saw every morning as a blessing to be here the moment he opened his eyes. He traveled, worked very hard and loved being a father. He could make friends with a total stranger and was always reaching out whether he saw someone who may be in need or did so anyway to see if he could be of help in anyway or even a listening ear to comfort people, no job was too big or too little. For everything he did in this world made his heart grow bigger and bigger and the love he emanated could be felt by being on his presence alone or by the smile he always had on his face. Jeremy has 2 sons he has left behind, Devin and Demetrius. Although they won't have their father they will always have the love and support from family and friends. He wore many many hats but the 4 he wore the longest were at Standard Times, H&P drilling and Ethicon as well as his landscaping business which he wouldn't let go of even while working FT because he was so loyal to his customers and his elders especially. His words were always to put it in God's hands, so now that you have gone home to our creator it gives us some comfort because that's how strong your faith was Jeremy. You will be forever missed and know that we all have a bond that not even death can ever break. He is survived by his children, parents, siblings, numerous nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles and friends that became family.
Seating will be limited in order to comply with the "State of Texas Mandate". We will "Live-Stream" the Rosary on Monday at 7:00 pm. You will be able to view it at - gutierrezfuneralchapels.com.
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