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 Gotanco-Jacinto M.
Born: 07/03/1941
Died: 09/16/2017
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Gotanco-Jacinto M.

Jacinto M. Gotanco, 76, died Sept. 16, 2017 at Bayshore Hospital, Holmdel, NJ. Born in St. Tomas Batangas, Philippines on July 3, 1941 the son of the late Josefina Marvive Gotanco & Fidel Gotanco, Sr. He came to the United States in 1971, living in New York City until relocating to Hazlet, NJ in February, of this year. He was a draftsman architect by tradeworking for 25 years for ITT in New York City. He retired in 1996.

Dear brother of Lucy G. Castillo, Lolly G. Kent, Perla G. Valderia, Willie M. Gotanco, Fidel M. Gotanco, Jr., Edgardo M. Gotanco, Katherne G. Francisco & the late Jimmy M. Gotanco. Also survived by many nieces & nephews.

Visiting Friday 6-9pm at Greenville Memorial Home 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City. Everyone will meet at St. Aloysius Church, 691 West Side Ave. Jersey City on Sat. Sept. 23, 2017 for Mass at 10am. Cremation Private.

Please omit flowers. Donations may be made to the family.

No Viewing at funeral home Saturday morning.

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I am a nephew to Tito Gottie through his eldest sister, Lucy. My Tito Gottie is also my godfather. He was a good uncle and godfather, a good son and a good brother, but above all was a great man. I last spoke to him face to face when he came to the Philippines a couple of years ago with his sister (my Tita Lolly), and had the occasional exchange of messages since, making sure to keep in touch, keep up with what's happening to both of us and our respective families. He is truly special to us. He was a sweet, kind brother to my mother, and you can tell his love and admiration for her whenever you hear him speak about her. In the same way, my mother also spoke very highly of Tito Gottie whenever she would tell me stories of them in the different places they came to live and grow up. She still misses and loves him dearly up to this day. I will miss him dearly as I feel the entire Gotanco clan will miss him. He is free from pain and is now in God's arms. I love you, tito. And we will see each other again someday. Please watch over us as we keep you in our thoughts and hearts everyday. God bless you.
Carlo Castillo
When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. Rest In Peace .
Doris Suzuki and family
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