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Esteban Gomez Dies at 70

June 15, 2004 – Veteran Esteban Gomez, age 70, of Peters Rest, died Friday June 11, at Juan F. Luis Hospital.
He is survived by his wife: Carmen Monell Gomez; daughters: Erika Gomez, Donna-Marie Gomez and Louise Gomez; sons; Luis Antonio Gomez, Stephen Gomez, Dominic Gomez and Anthony Gomez; grandchildren: Antonio Fulton Gomez, Gabrieila Bonet Gomez, Kayla Gomez and Stephen Gomez Jr.; sisters: Isabel G, Belardo, Maria G. vanPutten, Gloria G. Burton, Delia G. Palacios, Aurea G, Stamatakis and Beaulah G. Thurland; Nieces: Bonnie Belardo, Judith vanPutten, Joanna Burton, Alicia Palacios, Marsha Palacios, Diane Palacios, Sandra Palacios, Adele Stamatakis, Carmen Clendenen, Elaine Gomez, Denise Thurland, Michelle Thurland, Angelique Thurland, Joan Armstrong, Graciela Soto, Maria- Eugenia Soto, Aurora Poblete, Marizelle Poblete and Maribelle Poblete; nephews: William Belardo, Mikey Belardo, Hilton Armstrong, Luis Gomez, Reginald Gomez, Ruben Gomez, Clifton vanPutten, Harold vanPutten, Ricky Richardson, Mario Richardson, John Alexander, Rey Palacios, Tony Palacios, Ritchie Palacios, Dean Stamatakis, Bill Stamatakis, Pierre Thurland, Andre Thurland and Michael Thurland; mother-in-law: Eugenia Monell; daughters-in-law: Kimberly G. Gomez and Ute Gomez; sisters-in-law: Maria Nela Monell and Juanita Poblete; brothers-in-law: Antonio Monell Jr. and Jose Poblete; Best Friend: Carlos Garcia; Other relatives and friends too numerous to mention,
Funeral Services will take place on Friday, June 18,2004 at Holy Cross Catholic Church at 11 a.m. with viewing beginning at 10: a.m. Burial is at Kingshill Cemetery Veteran Section.
Arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home, Inc.

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