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Grace Funeral and Cremation Care
Monday May 4th, 2020
3:00pm - 7:00pm

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Mr. Jose Gonzalez of Brownfield

Jose Angel Davila-Gonzalez was born on November 22, 1985 in Monterrey, Mexico. He grew up in East Dallas and later he married Denise Garza, for 16 adventurous years. They then moved to Brownfield where they resided with their four children Alyssa, Raul, Angel, and Angelyssa. He was a self-employed contractor and “inventor” that took pride in his work. He was a loving husband, father, and provider who cherished his family and friends. Angel always made everyone laugh and just knew how to put a smile on your face. He made lasting impressions on so many he came across and made life-long friends throughout the way. Angel loved to represent his Dallas roots and was a die-hard Dallas ‘anything’ fan. He also enjoyed playing his guitar and loved to work on many of his projects. Angel may be gone, but he will never be forgotten, may he continue to live in the hearts of those who love him. Angel is survived by his wife and children, his mom Idalia Gonzalez, father Jose Davila, his three brothers Oscar, Eduardo, and Adrian, his two sisters Angelica and Elizabeth, his cousins, nieces, nephews, and many more family members who love him deeply. He is preceded in death by two grandmothers, one grandfather, his Uncle David and father in law, Danny Garza Sr. A viewing will be held on Monday  May 4, 2020 3-7 PM at the Chapel of Grace Funeral and Cremation Care. He will be laid to rest in Terry County Cemetery where family will host a private graveside service the following day.  Please continue to pray for the family of Jose.  ~Grace Cares~

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