Carlos Gonzalez

September 17, 1952 - December 19, 2020
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Carlos Gonzalez, 68, of Reading, formerly of Brooklyn, NY, passed away December 19, 2020 in the Reading Hospital where he was a patient.

Born in Brooklyn, NY, he was a son of the late Damian Gonzalez and Maria I. Sanabria.

Carlos enjoyed watching Marlon Brando and Lauren Bacall movies. He was raised catholic and loved playing dominoes in his younger days. He loved to eat and enjoyed both Puerto Rican and American cuisine.

He is survived by his sister – Maria Christina Roman of Brooklyn and many nieces and nephews. Also surviving is his good friend – Laura L. Chamberlin of Reading. He was predeceased by his brothers – Miguel Angel Quinones, Pedro Quinones, and Louis Gonzalez.

Viewing from Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., One East Lancaster Ave., Shillington on Sunday, December 27, 2020 from 2-4 PM. Interment on Monday, December 28, 2020 at 1:30 PM in Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY. www.kleefuneralhome.com

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Visitation Information

Date: Sunday, December 27, 2020

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.

Address:

One East Lancaster Avenue
Shillington, PA 19607

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Cemetery Information

Date: Monday, December 28, 2020

Time: 1:30 pm

Cypress Hills Cemetery

Address:

833 Jamaica Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11208

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Born: September 17, 1952
Died: December 19, 2020

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Marilu Nieves posted on 12/28/20

R.l.p my friend i will miss you. I will remember us having lunch at the club house.

 

Yolanda posted on 12/27/20

Keeing you close in thought and prayer...Rip....my dear friend ❤..

 

WILMA QUINONES FIGUEREDO posted on 12/27/20

My deepest condolences to Laura L. Chamberlin who has been there till the end with my uncle. May he rest in peace. Sending you huge hugs and prayers Lauren xoxo

 

Laura Chamberlain posted on 12/25/20

I met you in August of 2013. You had a way about you. A very outgoing personality. The way you looked at me. The way you smiled. Your witty humor. I'll never forget the time at the December party in 2013 when you looked into my eyes and said "don't worry Laura, something will develop" Then our first official Date was on New Years Day of 2014. You took me to Breakfast. From that time on our lives had changed forever. We would forever be of importance to each other. The first 2 years held some uncertainty. But we did remain a part of each other's lives. In 2016 we got closer. You Trusted me with your deepest secrets. There were times in 2017 when you made some choices and in turn I needed some time away as well. Then a tragedy landed you in the Hospital for 2 months. I thought I would lose you for good. I spent 2 whole months visiting you every day In the Hospital. You finally woke up and recovered. That situation brought us much closer together. Still there was some tense periods of time we spent away from each other but we always found ourselves missing each other to finally end up back together again. There was just something special between us that we could not explain. It wasn't like most relationships. It was unique. It destined forever until death we parted. There were many hospitalizations. And I was always there to support you because of how much you meant to me. And during your recoveries we became much closer. But not in a way that anyone else could imagine. However, this year has been quite tragic You broke your arm and went to the E.R. on several occasions and had 2 more hospitalizations. This last time. Separated you and me from our last time together when we went shopping at price rite. And our last time we spoke on the phone when you said you Loved me and You missed me. I wish I could tell you now how much I miss you and how much I love you. But your life ended on December 19th 2020. And I could not visit you because if Covid 19 which us not what you had or died of. You died of status epilepticus, seizures that never let up, while unconscious and unable to breath on your on. Your heart stopped beating around 3:45 that day. But mine is still beating. And I miss you so much. I will never forget you. We had many special times together, we went out to eat, we went shopping and to the Movies. I'll never forget our Movie date on my birthday. Or all the times we watched movies at your place. Bible stories, Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, and some very good modern movies with Tom Hanks or Leonardo DiCaprio movies just to name a few. Or some very truly interesting movies series or British sitcoms. I remember .... the times I cooked for you and enjoyed watching you enjoy my home cooking of turkey mushroom shepherd's pie, or lamb chops, or rosemary lamb burgers or Scarborough fair burgers, or Cornish hen. To name you favs. You loved the song and sang it to me and you would change the words to something like: "are we going to Scarborough fair?, parsley sage, rosemary and thyme. Remember me and Lauralee She still is a true love of mine" It was a really good time we had when we visited the Wolf Sanctuary in Lititz Pa. You always loved wolves. I loved your sense if humor and how you turned everything into a romantic Story. You would use all the Movie lines on me. I will never ever forget these 7 & 1/2 years. In the words of Humphrey Bogart "Here's looking at you Kid" And my words." I will always remember you. I loved you very much".

 

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