Gonzalo Beltran Garcia

Gonzalo Beltran Garcia

January 07, 1933 ~ June 28, 2020

Born in: Brawley, California
Resided in: Capistrano Beach, California


Vigil Service: July 9, 2020 7:00 pm

O'Connor Mortuary
25301 Alicia Parkway
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

(949) 581-4300

Room: Chapel

Funeral Mass: July 10, 2020 11:00 am

St. Edward the Confessor Catholic Church
33926 Calle La Primavera
Dana Point, CA 92629

(949) 496-1307

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  1. Bill and Colette Colburn July 7, 2020 at 6:51 pm - Reply

    Gonzalo was my son’s father in law and our friend. My wife and I were always confident that Gonzalo would “watch over” Jon. He was a wonderful man.

  2. Jorge Bendeck July 9, 2020 at 8:43 am - Reply

    Gonzalo always made me feel great. He was always caring and very fascinating. I will miss him.

  3. Laura H Castillo-Roberts July 9, 2020 at 4:18 pm - Reply

    Gentle soul, wise person
    The expression of calm and serenity in his eyes
    reflects how sip by sip, he would taste
    the intense moments of life.
    Lover of the Earth, people and cultures.
    Noble patriot, courageous and proud.
    For all his positive influences
    to all those who his light reached
    we offer a profound heartfelt thanks
    to Don Gonzalo
    God bless Don Gonzalo Beltran Garcia!

    Alma suave, sabiduría andante
    Su expresión de calma y serenidad en sus ojos
    reflejaba como sorbo a sorbo saboreaba
    los momentos más intensos de la vida.
    Amante de la Tierra, la gente, las culturas.
    Patriota noble, valiente, orgulloso.
    Por su influencia positiva
    en todas aquellas personas
    que su luz al alcanzó
    Le ofrecemos un profundo agradecimiento y homenaje
    a Don Gonzalo Beltran Garcia
    ¡ Dios lo bendiga!

  4. Gabriella Landay July 10, 2020 at 9:19 am - Reply

    When I was little, I never really understood how I was connected to Gonzalo. I honestly thought he was family! I mean, he was always at the family events I attended! As a child, I wasn’t terribly excited to attend these family gatherings, in part because there weren’t a lot of people my age. But, I was always thrilled when I found out that Bertha and Gonzalo would be in attendance. They brought the best food. They would never talk down to me like the child I was. They were always genuinely inquisitive about my life. They would have me practice my Spanish and they would correct my Spanish. The reason my parents sent me to a Spanish immersion school was because of Bertha and Gonzalo. Today, I have the gift of speaking Spanish because of them. Mil gracias. Te quiero mucho.

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