Bonifacio T. Gosun, 69, a quiet, honest, and hardworking man passed away peacefully in his sleep on Monday, April 10.. He is respected by his peers and all the people around him.. He enjoyed traveling and likes to watch sports, especially basketball.. He is survived by his wife, Agnes, son, Francis, brothers, sister, and in-laws. A gathering of family and friends will be held at Rice Mortuary on Sunday, April 16, 2006 from 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. with a Rosary at 7:00 P.M. The funeral mass will be held at St. Catherine Laboure Church on Monday, April 17, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. After the church service i.e. Burial Ceremony will follow at Green Hills Memorial Park in Rancho Palos Verdes.

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  1. We are sorry for your loss. Let it be your consolation to know that God took His son, Bonifacio, home and give him rest. Please accept our deepest sympathy at this very hard time. Bonifacio will always be remembered. Love and prayers, Evelyn, Dennis, Dennison and Donovan Remedios (Mommy) V. Garcia

  2. Dear Agnes & Gosun Family, Please accept our sympathy and hope that time will ease your sorrow.Our prayers are with you for the passing of your beloved husband.

  3. Dear Agnes and Benson, We know it’s hard we had to say good bye to our beloved Pacio but his memories will be with us forever. We will miss HIS quitely watching TV (especially Basketball & Old Movies) & slowly finishing his bags of peanuts, cashew nuts, etc. We will miss his very few words as compared to our very noisy family and relatives (incl in- laws). To us HE is one of the best brother-in-law and uncle. We love him and we will not forget him in our prayers. We love both of you and take good care of yourselves.We will always be here for the two of you. GOD BLESS YOU AND PACIO. Love Owen Tikya Lester Louie

  4. Our deepest sympathy. Our prayers are w/ you and your famliy. Take care and God bless From the Diaz Family

  5. Love beyond this world cannot be separated. Death cannot kill what never dies. Death is but crossing the world, as relatives/friends do the seas; they live in one another still. This is the comfort of relatives/friends, that though they may be said to die, yet the love/friendship are, in the best sense, ever present, because immortal. Agnes,Benson and family, We share your loss. Pacio will always be remembered as a quiet, reserved man with character. He led a full life, enjoying the American dream (traveling to different parts of the world). In his own unique way, he showed us by example, Christ’s way. Gentle, loving, supportive. He will always be remembered. Love, Go Chua’s & Gagajena’s family

  6. Our beloved brother in law Facio was a very quiet person and had passion for basketball and movies. He was very reserved but the kindest person, generous and very helpful in everyway. I know he touched other people lives and we will for sure miss him. May the LORD give HIS own strength to Agnes and Benson. May HE bless them with HIS peace.

  7. we extend our deepest condolence on the passing away of Bonifacio T Gosun may his soul rest in peace.

  8. Dearest Auntie Agnes and Benson, We extend our deepest sympathies to you. May the Lord give you strength, peace and comfort during this very difficult time, and through the days ahead. Our prayers are with you. Love, Bruce, Gigi and the kids

  9. Dear Agnes, My heartfelt condolence to you and your family. Be strong and always keep the faith. Regards, Vic

  10. To my dearest Ninang. Our condolences for the passing away of uncle Facio. Been wanting to send you a card or write you a letter… Well, I’ve just been wanting to thank you for the many instances you showed me how special I am to you (being your inaanak). Thank you for the many gifts you sent thru mama… The many pasalubongs you sent but I didn’t get the chance to even say “thank you” to you.. and to Uncle Facio, my ninong. Sana thru this letter ay masamahan kita kahit sandali sa iyong pangungulila kay uncle Facio. When I heard of the news that uncle Facio was sick of cancer, nag umpisa na akong nag-reminisce ng mga memories ko with him… Well, he is the quietest person I know in this world… But although he is a quiet person, each time nasa paligid siya, i feel his presence… He has a warm smile…. Napaka-reassuring ng presence nya although he is a quiet person.. I know he will be there whenever I need him. I vividly recall the many nights he spent with us in Bongabon during Christmas time… Di ba lagi siyang kasali sa card games at saka sa mahjong? Alam mo auntie, whenever he had the chance of driving for me in the US, spoiled ako kay Uncle Facio… Pag may gusto akong puntahan, ihahatid nya ako where i want… He would never fail to offer to drive me to a bookstore (kung may malapit na bookstore din lang) because nahahalata siguro nyang mahilig akong bumili ng art materials… Oh, I have a special love and an untold love for my Uncle Facio… Kung nasaan man siya ngayon, sana happy siya… Dito kasi sa mundo, matipid nyang na-express ang kaligayahan nya… Sana naging masaya rin sya sa piling nating Lee family… Kasi tayo na rin ang nakagisnan nyang pamilya, di ba? Through this letter, I’m hoping na sa pamamagitan mo man lang Auntie ay may makaalam na he has touched other people’s lives… We miss his presence… Uncle Facio, we love you… and we are already missing you,,,, We hope to see you in the next life… still very much a part of our family…

  11. our family would like to extend our deepest sympathy for the passing away of pasio chiak kong. we just met dring his last visit a year ago. and my mom, ticia, was able to talk to him. i will always remember him during my visits in san juan during my summer break from school. with love biya, my mom,ticia , jeremy, kenneth, michele and yves

  12. Ticia and A-hua placed a message about the passing of pacio in United Newspaper, New World newspaper, Chinese newspaper, Wei Hua newspaper

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