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In Memory of

Elvia Gonzalez

November 17, 1946 - August 4, 2017

Obituary


Elvia Gonzalez, age 70, of Dallas, TX, was called home by our Lord on August 4th, surrounded by family, friends and loved ones.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, August 12th at 3:00pm at Calvary Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery with the Father Garcia officiating. Reception will follow at Calvary Hill Funeral Home.

Elvia Gonzalez was born in Dallas, Texas to Sergio Hernandez and Mary Munoz Hernandez on November 17th 1946. She attended St. Ann's Catholic School, where she graduated and then married her soul mate Gregorio Gonzalez Jr; on...

Elvia Gonzalez, age 70, of Dallas, TX, was called home by our Lord on August 4th, surrounded by family, friends and loved ones.

A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, August 12th at 3:00pm at Calvary Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery with the Father Garcia officiating. Reception will follow at Calvary Hill Funeral Home.

Elvia Gonzalez was born in Dallas, Texas to Sergio Hernandez and Mary Munoz Hernandez on November 17th 1946. She attended St. Ann's Catholic School, where she graduated and then married her soul mate Gregorio Gonzalez Jr; on July 5th 1965 in Dallas, Texas. Elvia was an inspiration to all and a very loving and devoted wife and mother. She dedicated all her love, her strength and her time to her children and husband of 52 years.

Elvia was a devout Christian, which led her to join and become a member of the Catholic Council of Women at St. Cecilia's Catholic Church. She dedicated herself to raising money for the church. She was a leader in everything she did. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.

Elvia is preceded in death by her Father Sergio Hernandez.

Elvia is survived by husband Gregorio Gonzalez Jr; Children Gregory Gonzalez the 3rd, Aisha Gonzalez and Fiancé Debra Sanchez, Anissa Gonzalez, Christian Gonzalez and wife Amy Bell: Sister Olga Sandoval, and Brother Sergio Hernandez.

The Gonzalez family wishes to extend our sincere thank you to Calvary Hill Funeral Home and Cemetery, Vitas Hospice and Father Jimwell Goyo.