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An Officer and a Gentleman

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From the time he joined the Army in the 1950’s until his retirement as a Texas City Police Officer, Mario Gonzales was a student of history, a fine storyteller and always a gentleman to everyone he met. The youngest of eight, Mario had patience and a lively sense of humor. He was a believer in hard work and even after his retirement as an officer, he continued to work as a bailiff and an interpreter. He was a treasure to his family and oved, late in life, to Port Orchard Washington, to live out his days close to family.
Mario Gonzales left this world at home with his stepdaughter nearby on July 22nd of this year.
He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings.
He was survived by his daughter Elaina Gonzales-Blanton, step-daughter Virginia White, step-sons Gene Motal and Tom Bosley, their mother Sandra Waldron; his grandchildren and step grandchildren Vivian Gonzales, Kathryn Moore, Mark Moore, Ona Blanton, Rachel Strange, Andrew White, Tancy White; and by one great-granddaughter.
Interment at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Washington. Donations may be made to the Blue Santa Program, In Honor of “Mario Gonzales”, c/o Cpt. Neal Mora, Texas City Police Department, 1004 9th Ave. North, Texas City, Texas 77590-7407.

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