1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Ernesto “Ernie” Gonzalez

July 28, 1958 - September 9, 2022

Ernesto Gonzalez - Ernesto "Ernie" Gonzalez

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    John Chaney says

    I meet Ernie 18 years ago when we worked at Azteca milling, he was such a great guy, found out he liked the Coboys and fishing like myself. We have fished a lot together, I will miss those days, no matter what we had fun, and he always had red dye on his lures it was his trade mark. My heart goes out to his wife, kids and rest of the family, he will always be in our hearts, we love you Ernie and, I will truly miss you my brother and friend. Love ya John and Michelle chaney

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    Jackie Clark says

    I am so sorry Julie for you and your family. You guys were always there for Diana and her girls. My deepest sympathies

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Our beloved Husband, Father, Brother, Ernesto “Ernie” Gonzalez passed away on Friday, September 9, 2022.

He is survived by his wife of 29 years Julie Gonzalez, his daughter Jill Nelson (Dan), son Ernesto “Bub” Gonzalez (Kenya) and two beloved grandsons Dean and Ashton Nelson. He is also survived by 4 brother and 4 sisters, Osbaldo Gonzalez, Alfonso Gonzalez (Regina), Jorge Gonzalez (Linda), Michael Rivera (Amy), Maria “Cissy” Garza (Michael), Dalia Gonzalez, Corina Villela (Lisa), Carolina Rivera (Julian), brother-in-law Mike and Linda Griffin, father-in-law Gene and Sandy Griffin, and countless nephew, nieces, cousins, and friends.

Ernie was born in Galveston, Texas on July 28, 1958 and lived in Austin, Texas, until he moved to Evansville, Indiana, in 1989 he met the love of his life Julie when he worked at Hudson Valley for about 10 years and devoted 25 years to Azteca Milling where he retired.

Ernie was a die-hard Dallas Cowboy’s fan and Texas Longhorns, he never missed the games. His favorite pastime was fishing.