In memory of
Tony Gutierrez
In memory of
Tony Gutierrez
Tony Gutierrez October 29, 1935 to October 15, 2020 Born in Durango, Mexico, a lover of horses and nature as manager of his father's spacious ranch. Moved to Indio, CA. to join his Uncle in 1962, and became a proud loyal citizen who loved and respected this country, and always met his responsibility to vote. A cowboy, a rancher, a faithful employee and honorable businessman in air conditioning and construction, a curious student of life and a lover of travel, an artist and a poet, a lover of fashion and style, a massage therapist and healer, a citizen of the planet, a friend of nature, beloved brother, father and grandfather, and great-grandfather to the extended family of his dear wife, Lu Molberg, and a man of deep faith, generous spirit, quiet strength and peace. Survived by son, Alexander of a former marriage, sisters Yolanda in Indio and Alejandra in Mexico. The Master of Chi for 17 years in the Tai Chi with Lu Circle, which he co-founded with spouse Lu to bring traditional tai chi form to the desert area. A warrior fighter in Rock Steady boxing for Parkinson's for the last 5 years of his life. Memorials to Rock Steady Boxing Desert Cities, P.O. Box 12054, Palm Desert , CA. 92255
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In memory of
Tony Gutierrez
Tony Gutierrez October 29, 1935 to October 15, 2020 Born in Durango, Mexico, a lover of horses and nature as manager of his father's spacious ranch. Moved to Indio, CA. to join his Uncle in 1962, and became a proud loyal citizen who loved and respected this country, and always met his responsibility to vote. A cowboy, a rancher, a faithful employee and honorable businessman in air conditioning and construction, a curious student of life and a lover of travel, an artist and a poet, a lover of fashion and style, a massage therapist and healer, a citizen of the planet, a friend of nature, beloved brother, father and grandfather, and great-grandfather to the extended family of his dear wife, Lu Molberg, and a man of deep faith, generous spirit, quiet strength and peace. Survived by son, Alexander of a former marriage, sisters Yolanda in Indio and Alejandra in Mexico. The Master of Chi for 17 years in the Tai Chi with Lu Circle, which he co-founded with spouse Lu to bring traditional tai chi form to the desert area. A warrior fighter in Rock Steady boxing for Parkinson's for the last 5 years of his life. Memorials to Rock Steady Boxing Desert Cities, P.O. Box 12054, Palm Desert , CA. 92255
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