ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kyoko Gonzalez 90 years old , born on March 1, 1928 and passed away on January 18, 2019. We will remember her forever.

Tributes are short messages commemorating Kyoko, or an expression of support to her closest family and friends. Leave your first tribute here, and others will follow.

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Kyoko Gonzalez was a very special individual. Remembering Kyoko,  she was  beautiful, quiet, compassionate, private and considerate. Kyoko married Leocadio Gonzalez  on March 27, 1957 in Fukuoka, Japan.  They lived a military life,  as Leocadio was in the USAF. Because they chose to live in Japan, we don't know a lot about their lives overseas.  We do know that she loved her country and her Japanese culture as she practiced many of their values here in the U.S. Preceding her in death are her husband Leocadio Gonzalez, Father Yoshiosa Narita Adachi and Mother Hisako Adachi and sister Michiko Adachi.  Kyoko enjoyed the arts, plays, traveling, swimming and family trips.

We would like to acknowledge the caregivers that provided Kyoko with everyday living necessities and companionship at our home. Letty, Yoli, Brittany, Maria, Katy and Cindy "Thankyou" 

A heartfelt appreciation to Chaplains, Bradley Kendall and Dan Ames from VITAS HEALTHCARE for their spiritual guidance and their visits with Kyoko.                      And to Rissho Kosei-kai Dharma Center of San Antonio -Buddhism for Today in participating in Kyokos spiritual sevice.

Also "Thankyou" to VITAS HEALTHCARE and their staff for all they did to make Kyoko's life comfortable.

Services are as follows:

Sunset Northwest Funeral Home                                                                             6321 Bandera Rd                                                                                                     San Antonio, TX                                                                                                        210-521-2111                                                                                                            https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/san-antonio-tx/kyoko-gonzalez-8131911

Visitation                                                                                                        Monday, February 4, 2019                                                                                             9:00am - 11:30am                                                                                               

Funeral Service                                                                                                           11:30am - 12:30pm                                                                                               

Interment                                                                                                                      1:00pm-1:30pm                                                                                                     FT. SAM HOUSTON                                                                                                 1520 Harry Wurzbach, SA TX.

Pallbearers:

Maria Gonzalez (niece)                                                                                            Leo Gonzalez, Tony Gonzalez, Eric Alcala, Marcus Alcala, Anthony Alanis, Milton Morales (nephews)



                                     

                                           

                                                                                                                                                 

                                












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Tia Kyoko

Shared by Rene Gonzalez on January 29, 2019

Would like to say that Tia Kyoko was a very Beautiful and Loving person. During our younger life we didn't see her or Tio Leo very much because they lived in Japan. When they moved permanently to San Antonio we saw more of them. I live in Austin and normally saw her when we went to S. A. She was always there with a smile and her cute laughter. She was a joy to talk and laugh with. Tia we will Truely Miss you. God Bless you and Rest in Peace.