Shanti Gomez
Shanti Gomez
Shanti Gomez

Obituary of Shanti Ananda Gomez

Our dear Shanti has passed away.  May she rest in peace.  Our world has lost a bright, positive and beautiful light on the 14th of September, 2021. She was only 49.  Our angel is now resting peacefully with God.  She had a wonderful life.  She cared for everyone and everyone cared for her.  She was happiest spending time with her family.  She loved the ocean.  We spent a lot of our vacations in California and Florida.  The water made her so very happy. She will be missed but definitely not forgotten. 

Shanti Ananda Gomez was born on July 4, 1972, the daughter of Dale Roddy and Virginia Gottlieb in Petaluma, California. She graduated from Valejo High School in 1991. On June 27, 2003, she was united in marriage to Alfred Anthony Gomez. And on 25 February her pride and her joy, her son Antonio Gomez was born.

She enjoyed helping others through fitness, support, and motivation.

She is survived by a husband, Alfred Gomez; son, Antonio Gomez; mother, Virginia McCoy; stepfather, Francis McCoy.; father, Dale Roddy; father and mother-in-law, Alfred and Blanca Gomez; brother and sister-in-law, Gabriel and Diana Roddy; sister and brother-in-law, Sarada and Travis with son, Urijah Connors; brother-in-law, Alex with son, Adrian Gomez; brother and sister-in-law, Joey and Rose with son, Jordan and daughter, Aryana Gomez.

Memorial service will be held on Monday, October 04, 2021, at 10:00 am at Desert Sunset Funeral Home in Tucson, Arizona.


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Memorial Service

10:00 am
Monday, October 4, 2021
Desert Sunset Funeral Home
3081 W. Orange Grove Rd
Tucson, Arizona, United States

COVID-19 Requirements for the Funeral Home

At this time Desert Sunset Funeral Home requires masks to be worn at all services and gatherings regardless of their vaccine status. Thank you for understanding.


Desert Sunset Funeral Home also asks for all those attending to please be mindful of our neighbor, Orange Grove Animal Hospital, and to please not park in the spaces reserved for their patients.
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