A water polo instructor Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez in Orange County passes away unexpectedly aged 28. Let’s see what happened to him and Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez cause of death.
What happened to “Paco” Gonzalez?
The tragic loss of Tustin High School’s head water polo coach has left friends, athletes, and coworkers in mourning.
According to his family’s GoFundMe fundraising site, Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez went away on Monday “without any indications or indicators.”
Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez cause of death
Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez passed away on January 2, 2023, without any warnings or signs. However, the cause of his death was not disclosed yet.
In order to learn more about Paco’s death, we are attempting to get in touch with his friends and family. This section will be updated as soon as we learn any new information regarding his cause of death. His friends and family shared their heartfelt condolence messages and tributes to Paco.
Who was Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez?
According to his Family’s Gofundme page, Paco was a loving husband, father, son, and brother. He passed suddenly on Monday, January 2nd without any warnings or signs. His smile and laugh were contagious, something that he passed on to two of his two beautiful children that will have to grow up without him by their side. He was well known in the Water Polo community where he played, coached, and mentored up-and-coming athletes.
He spent a lot of time at the pool, this is where he met his high school sweetheart his now wife of 3 1/2 years. Paco was a special education teacher at Tustin High School where he was also the head Boy’s Water Polo coach, he coached the club at North Irvine and was recently appointed an ODP coach as well.
In his spare time, he was part of the audio bass community where he built his own bass truck. He was known by so many in the community for his hair tricks and breaking of windshields
Most of all he was a family man who loved his family with all his heart. He is survived by his wife Jossy and their two children, his mother and father, brothers and sisters and so many more family who already miss him so much.
We are raising money to help with his burial and also help his wife and children. Any help would be much appreciated.
Condolences to Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez
Annmaria Stern Simpson said,
Having limited opportunities in Arizona, Coach Paco, invited our son to jump in on tournaments and play with his team, on occasion. He always treated our son with respect, not like an outsider at all. We are so very grateful for Coach Paco’s influence. He will be missed.
Veronica Gonzalez wrote,
Today has been a nightmare! Our son, our baby boy took his last breath and left us all behind and heartbroken. How will we ever get through this we don’t know! Our son was loved by so many and the outpouring of love that we have received is simply incredible. My son left behind his wife Jossy R Gonzalez and their two beautiful children. So many have reached out to ask how they can help us during this time. We have created a GoFund page. Paco mijo, I love you forever I’ll like you for always as long as I’m living my baby you’ll be.
Mary Smith wrote,
Joel DeMarzo when Veronica started I saw her on FB and saw that we were mutual friends and told her we grew up in Santa ana together she was like really lol and yes my heart goes out to her and her family no parent should ever lose a child I feel for her been through it and it hurts like hell sending as many prayers and good vibes there way.
Anna DeMarzo said,
So Sorry Joel For Your Loss of Your Dear Friend, My Prayers To His Family And Friends,
Mary Smith said,
This is so sad I work with his mother Veronica and took care of his son Vincent and his daughter was going to start daycare this week very heartbreaking
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