Noel González

Noel was born in Caguas, Puerto Rico, the son of Alicia Torres and Bernabé González. He is survived by his brothers Papo, Jose, William, Aslin, Alfredo, Iris, Sonia and Wanda; his wife Evelyn González and his daughters Aidalis and Yairine.

Many of us here have enjoyed Noel over the years. We treasure many of the memories that come to mind right now. We met Noel as a kind, humble, hard-working, generous, compassionate man, always with a cheerful attitude. A person full of much love towards others.

Noel had a passion for fishing. His hobby was going out with his family to fish in his spare time. Noel was dedicated to his family and his secular work, always fulfilling his role as husband and father to provide for his family. Noel earned everyone’s affection. He was a very selfless person, always willing to serve others and the church. He went out of his comfort zone to do good for others. Noel was very straight, although he seemed to be rigid, his intention was always to maintain order. We will always remember him as an example of a great father, husband and friend, and as a great servant.

His departure fills us with much pain, but he will continue to live in our hearts, his words still echo in our ears, his laughter, his joy and happiness. But today God fills us with hope and gives us the certainty of a future encounter in heaven with our dear brother and friend Noel. Today we don’t say goodbye, but see you later!

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