Paul
Paul "Artie" Gomez lifelong resident of Redondo Beach peacefully passed away with his wife and family by his side on July 19, 2010 at the age of 67. Artie will be forever and lovingly remembered by his wife Virginia of 33 years and his five daughters Carmen Bouchard, Tina Butler, Yolanda White, Rena Johnson and Andrea Gomez and their families. He was the proud grandpa of ten grandchildren. Artie is survived by four siblings Josie Alba, Raymond "Hozie" Gomez, Luisa Ruiz and Lupe Saucedo and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Artie retired after 45 years at Hozie's Radiator Service but worked part time at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. He was an avid Dodger fan and enjoyed going to car shows and attending his grandkids sporting events, but most of all he enjoyed cooking for and spending time with his family. The Vigil Service will be held in the Chapel at Rice Mortuary on Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 6:00 PM. The Funeral Service will be on Friday, July 23, 2010 at 10:00 AM in Rice's Chapel. A reception will follow until 1:00 PM.

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  1. My deepest and sincere condolences to family and friends. Art was always so kind, embracing and loving to all that came into his life. He will be missed by many. Louise Kirst – RBPAC

  2. I have known Art all my life and he was always a very good Friend. I will miss his smile, laughter, and good nature. He was always there for a Friend. My heartfelt sympathies for his wife and family.

  3. Dearest Virginia, I want to give you my deepest condolences on the loss of your precious husband “Artie”. I pray that you will find comfort in the memories of the 33 years you had as husband and wife. I also pray that you will find the peace that surpasses all understanding in Jesus Christ. I will be thinking of you & keeping you in my prayers. Love, Teri Contreras (Nina Ishida)

  4. We are so very sorry for your great loss. Arite will be missed! May God Bless you and all the family during this time! Sincerely, The Marquez Family

  5. We love you Uncle Artie!!! May you rest in peace. We will always miss your wonderful cooking. I’m so glad that you got to meet Athena. We love you!

  6. Gonnna sign for my Mother known to my “uncle Artie’ as his sister “JOSIE” I do not understand but when I meet with you in HEAVEN GOD will have the answers of why? HE took my little BROTHER when he was here at my bed side. I will soon see that SMILE in Heaven!I LOVE YOU LITTLE BROTHER., LOVE YOUR SISTER JOSIE

  7. “UNCLE ARTIE” I’M GONNA MISS YOU SO MUCH !I WILL PROBABLY STILL HERE YOUR KNOCK @ MY MOM’S BACK DOOR SAYING ugly IT’S ME !NO MORE WORRIES,WE WILL ALL BE HERE FOR VEEG AND ALL OF YOUR FAMILY I LOVE YOU & WILL SEE YOU IN HEAVEN, LOVE ANNIE

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