Unexpectedly, Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez, a water polo coach in Orange County, has died at the age of 28. Let’s find out what happened to him, and Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez death cause .
What happened with “Paco Gonzalez?”
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Friends, athletes, coworkers, and others have been left in deep mourning following the tragic death of Tustin High School’s water polo coach.
According to the GoFundMe fundraising site of his family, Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez died on Monday “without any indicators or indications.”
Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez Cause of Death
Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez died on January 2, 2023 without warnings or signs. The cause of his death has not been revealed.
We are trying to reach out to his family and friends to find out more information about Paco’s passing. We will update this section as soon as we have more information about Paco’s cause of death. Friends and family sent their condolences and tributes to Paco.
Who was Francisco “Paco” Gonzalez?
According to his Family’s Gofundme page Paco was a loving husband and father, brother, and son.
Without warning signs or warnings, he died suddenly on Monday, January 2, without any prior notice.
His smile and laughter were infectious, something he passed on two of his beautiful children who will now have to live without him.
He was well-known in the Water Polo community, where he coached and mentored young athletes.
He loved to spend time at the pool. This is also where he met his high-school sweetheart, his now wife of 3 1/2 year.
Paco was a Tustin High School special education teacher and the Boy’s Water Polo Coach. He also coached North Irvine’s club and was recently named an ODP coach.
He was an active member of the community that built his own bass truck and audio bass. Many in the community were familiar with his hair tricks and ability to break windshields.
He was most importantly a family man who loved his children with all of his heart. Jossy, his two children, and his father, as well as his siblings and brothers, are his survivors.
We are trying to raise money for his funeral and his family. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.