Hernandez, Gilbert Rinaldy

January 27, 1983 - June 27, 2021

Gilbert Hernandez of Plano, Texas passed away on Sunday, June 27, 2021 at the age of 38.

 

The day we lost you our whole world changed. My boys lost their daddy, and me, my best friend. I can’t begin to describe the hurt and void we feel inside. Words can’t express just how much you mean to us.

Our boys have been reminiscing of all the fun things you three did together and the wonderful times we shared as a family.

Nathan sent you a message the morning you passed, and he’s so sad you never got to read it. He wishes he could play with you just one more time.
Ryan keeps asking when he’ll be old, he’s waiting for the day that he can see you again.

You were the best dad in the world and the boys adored you. I thank you for them, and promise I will keep your memory alive. I will do all I can to raise them as we both wanted. Your love for us was known and felt, and it’ll live on forever. You were a blessing to us and you are still. Even though you’re gone, we’re still a team. I know you’ll be watching over us from heaven, until the day we are all together again.

 

The family will be having a visitation for Gilbert at Aria Funeral Home located at 19310 Preston Rd., Dallas, TX 75252 on Friday, July 2, 2021 from 5pm-7pm.

Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.

Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

14 replies on “Hernandez, Gilbert Rinaldy”

Tonya Tatum says:

Heartfelt condolences to this family. Gilbert was a beautiful soul of person. He was the kindest, nice and sweetest person you would ever want to meet. May the peace of God be upon his children and family.

Eugene Castilleja says:

Gil, you will be missed my friend. I am privileged to have known you for 8 years. You were quiet and kind with good family and work ethics. I hope your son’s grow up with the same qualities you have demonstrated in their presence. I’m saddened that I will never get to take you up on your offer to hang out. Time unfortunately is something no man can buy.

Jessica Gomez says:

Gil was a blessing and absolute wonderful friend. He was caring and had a smile to last a life time. You will truly be missed, your laugh, smile and messages checking to see how things are going. Continued prayers for your sons, wife and family.

Amy Bryant says:

Gil was a man of quiet influence and joy. His inner light was fueled by the radiating love of his family. The way he worked hard, head down and often quiet, made his words even more meaningful. I remember how excited we were when he moved to Texas and then how excited I was to interview him for my team (alas, Gil was over qualified). His friendship, intellect, respect, and values made him a treasure. Blessings of peace to Gil’s family. May you find peace and comfort in the joyful memories.

Cristal Hurst says:

Gil was a wonderful daddy. I could tell he adored his boys by the way he would look at them. I pray his wife and children find peace.

Jenny Edwards says:

Gil! I remember when you for the job with me!! Very quiet but such a good worker. Then you Veronica! It was so cute how she would blush when you walked up to her cubicle! I went to your wedding! So beautiful!! You will be missed! I follow your Facebook because I wanted the fairy tale life that you and Veronica had!! You are gone too soon! Now you are angel to sweet Veronica and your 2 amazing boys!!!! Look after them, keep the protected and always show them you love them!! Rest In Peace my friend!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Richard says:

No words can express how I feel at the moment. My thoughts are with Gil’s family!! His work family was large and loved Gil!

Malakai Nisa says:

Gil you were a great father and a well thought of friend. I will miss having our weekly banter of who’s football team is better. You were our Commish and we loved giving you crap on your commissioner antics in the Fantasy Football League. I will secretly root for the steelers in your honor. I know you’re up there with Kobe probably asking him a ton of questions. Until next time commish you will be missed dearly.

Nadia Montufar says:

Gil you were taken too soon. Thank you for being a wonderful husband to Veronica and a amazing dad to your boys. May you rest in Paradise and please watch over Veronica and the boys from up above. Sending prayers and hugs to the family.

Deana DeLaura says:

Gil was quiet but friendly and was a great person who loved his family. I am grateful to have had the chance to meet and work with him. My condolences to his family and prayers for strength during this time.

Belinda Williams says:

Gil,
Although I only knew you a short time as a Co- Worker at Rushmore & ServiceMac I enjoyed talking with you. Our last conversation was during the crazy snow storm back in February with the rolling blackouts. You were a family man & hard worker. You will be missed. Your family will be in my thoughts & prayers.

Tracie Ayala says:

Gil, there are no Words to describe the sorrow I feel for your beautiful Family and Friends. You were the Light in your Families eyes and May your Strength and Genuineness, keep them safe and I am sure you will Watch over them Always. You will Truly be missed by so many…

Diana says:

Gil was truly be missed. He was a very special person. Praying for his family.

Rico says:

My deepest condolences to the family. Gil, my friend I will miss you dearly but I’m thankful to have known you in this life. God bless you and your family. Rest easy brother.

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