Gonzales, Jr., Luciano "Louie"

November 14, 1968 - March 28, 2014

“Louie” Gonzales passed on March 28, 2014 from liver complications. He was born in Dallas, TX on November 14, 1968 to parents “Lou” and Irma Gonzales. He was a loving, devoted husband to Patricia Gonzales for 30 years bearing two beautiful children Jovan and Joseph Gonzales. Louie is survived by his wife, Patricia “Patti” Gonzales; both children; both parents; one grandparent, Rosa Gonzales; and 4 siblings, Bobby, Rudy, Ben, and Soly Gonzales. Louie was known for his vivacious, spirited, happy-go-lucky nature. Always the one to clown, there was never a dull moment in his presence as he made sure to be the life of the party. Louie was always one to help people less fortunate in any way, and he always made sure to care for those in pain in any way he could. Louie shared a love of cars with both sons and his father, having worked with cars of all types for many years. If someone were looking for him, the first place to check was the garage. Louie loved to cook for the family and was “famous” for his menudo; he even pursued education as a chef. His love of life extended to pursuing an acting career, something most people cannot say they have done.

In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to Hospice of East Texas. Donations may be made at http://www.hospiceofeasttexas.org/

Memorial services will be held at Aria Memorial Chapel from 6:00-8:00 P.M. on Monday, March 31, 2014.

Arrangements are under the direction of
ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252
214-306-6700

12 replies on “Gonzales, Jr., Luciano "Louie"”

tina hyatt flanery says:

A dear brother and friend for thirty years. Lugo brought joy and laughter,and life to all of us fortunate enough to know him. We will miss him always.

Steve Gonzales says:

This is a big loss for the Gonzales family. I know he’s up there in heaven looking down doing some old school break dancing. He will be greatly missed. See you on the other side cuz.

Steven Raney and Rebecca Lucas says:

We know it is hard to loose a loved one so early in life but GOD has a better plan for LOU in Heaven then here on earth. I am sorry for your loss however you have two beautiful boys to carry on Lou’s legacy.

Russell Flanery says:

You will be missed

toni eaton says:

louie was a great brother in law an uncle to my kids. we had a lot of great times togother…. we will miss you louie!!!!!

Rhonda Winn Alanis says:

Louie has been a brother and a friend and his presence is missed in the lives of myself, my children and my husband Juan. I am comforted by his faith and belief in God and I support the memory of this man who loved fully and loved greatly by all! God bless the families who are left behind suffering the wonderful presence of a man fearfully and wonderfully created! I love you Louie and I will always love you, I am certain that you have gone to a better place. God bless Luciano Gonzales Jr.!!! Amen

Rhonda Winn Alanis says:

I did not get to say “good-bye, or even farewell”. Louie was my brother and friend and held a very special part in my heart and in the hearts of many! It saddens me that he has gone on and I will be without his presence in my life. I have decided to change my perspective because of this because none of us know when we will pass on. So, from now on it’s “see you later, or til next time and until I see you again”. I say this after reading Phil. 1:21 that I shared with my sister Patricia who I amgrateful for allowing me to speak to him over the phone and tell him I love him, it says “For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain”. Louie has accomplished both! See ya bro, as he would always say “Aye te watcho, Nacho!”………..

Juan Jose Alanis says:

Mis condolencias para con toda la familia es una gran perdida my bro luciano fue algo especial para mi,de verdad lo vamos a extranar. Dios lo tenga en su santa gloria. Pronto nos vemos por alla.

Matthew Winn says:

you will always be missed.

Ben Gonzales says:

My brother passed, and he will be missed. To find the words right now is a little hard. Louie always called me when he hadn’t heard from us in a couple days. He always knew when something wasn’t right with me just by the sound of my voice. I always wanted to be like him when I was little . Even today he still could influence me, wether it was a phrase, or a certain style or look. He is just that type of guy. It is my honor to be your brother. Those are the last words I spoke to him. Tu “Carnalito” will miss you dearly, but not to worry, we will hold it down for you carnal.

Sam & Beatriz Esquivel says:

Our Condolences to the Abrego & Gonzalez family our prayers are with you. From Esquivel Family in Pasadena and Olmito, Texas

Amy Wright Stooksberry says:

Dear Patti our family is so saddened to hear of your loss. You all will be in our prayers.

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