Carlos Gomez, 64, was born June 11, 1958, in Lubbock to Cesario & Josephine Gomez. He graduated from Frendship High School in 1977 and worked for Furrs Distribution Center for many years until their closing. Carlos later began his ministry working for Blackmon-Mooring in disaster cleanup. This challenging career allowed Carlos to spread the word of God and share his relationship with his savior. He helped in many major disasters throughout the country like Hurricane Katrina and traveled extensively throughout the east coast helping in any way he could. He believed in hard work; but also enjoyed certain hobbies like playing golf, boxing, and watching sports, mainly the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers. He played the role of big brother perfectly, always making sure he was there for his family and being an uncle was one of his favorite things. He was popular with many as he made many friends, and his memory will last forever in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.
In the early morning of September 5, 2022, Carlos Gomez was called from this earth to join his savior in his eternal home. Those left to cherish his memory are his seven brothers, Bobby Gomez, Cesario Gomez Jr., Ruben Gomez & wife Sarah, Peter Gomez, David Gomez, Mario Gomez, James Gomez and wife Debra; six sisters, Esmeralda Ontiveroz, Jolanda Trevino, Yvonne Boneta & husband Bert, Sylvia Smith & husband Tommy, Ida Andrade, Patricia Warnock & husband Robert; numerous nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents, Cesario & Josephine Gomez; a nephew, Thomas Gomez; two brothers-in-law, Tommy Ontiveroz, Jesse Trevino
Services for Mr. Gomez will be 10:00 am Monday, September 19, 2022, in the Chapel of Broadway Funeral Directors with Pastor Robert Renteria officiating. Burial will follow in Peaceful Gardens under the direction of Broadway Funeral Directors.