Josefina “Pepita” Gomís, mother of Héctor Suárez Gomís and ex-wife of Héctor Suárez, passed away

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PHOTO: Image Group

This morning, the actor Héctor Suárez Gomís, reported on the death of his mother, the 1960s television host, Josefina Gomís, who received the nickname “Pepita” by his family. In recent months, the interpreter requested blood donors to attend to his mother, who I was hospitalized although he did not specify his condition.

From his Instagram account, the actor wrote a message to break the news to the media and the rest of his friends and followers: “With deep sorrow, I want to share with you the death of my mother, Pepita Gomís. Rest in peace, mommy“, wrote.

Héctor immediately received condolences from the middle of the show. “Courage dear, I send you my condolences. A big hug ”, wrote the actor Humberto Zurita. “I’m so sorry … RIP”said the entertainment journalist Pati Chapoy in the comment box of the publication.

PHOTO: Instagram / @ pelongomis
PHOTO: Instagram / @ pelongomis

Pepita dedicated her life to Mexican educational and cultural television. She studied a master’s degree in History at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), worked as a journalist and worked as a film supervisor at the Cineteca Nacional, according to data from the Unión CDMX site.

However, she is remembered for her work as a host of Telekinder, an educational program aimed at preschool children that aired in the 1960s. The program was a success while it aired on Telesistema Mexicano, now Televisa from 1963 to 1968.

Each week a group of children attended the broadcast and Pepita played with them on the screen. Every day there was a new theme and songs by the acclaimed Mexican composer, José Gabilondo Soler, abounded. Later he also worked on oot

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PHOTO: Image Group

Later he worked on other television products, such as the proprama What do children know, aimed at a child audience of primary age where Pepe Ruiz Veléz also worked, and Around Mexico in 60 minutes. Likewise, together with Genaro Moreno, he did the program The chest of treasure and knowledge.

In his career dedicated to promoting culture and education through lpa television, he also worked on the program Caminito, dedicated to the culture of the states of origin of the children who attended. He also opened a bilingual school called Pepita Gomís Kindergarten, in Mexico City.

Regarding her relationship with the comedian, Héctor Suárez, both were married for 39 years and had two children, Héctor and Julieta.

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PHOTO: Twitter / Image tv

Her ex-husband, Héctor Suáres passed away in 2020. Born in Mexico City, Héctor Suárez stood out as one of the most critical actors and comedians of the political class. The interpreter began his artistic career doing theater and cinema in the sixties. However, she rose to fame for her performance on the small screen in the late 1980s.

The actor is remembered for his comedic performance on shows like What’s happening to us?, where he characterized emblematic characters, such as “Don Rigoletto”, “El Flanagan”, “El Lic. Buitrón”, “Doña Zoyla”, among many others. With a great capacity for improvisation, the beloved comedian brought millions of smiles to his country.

In 2019, the actor’s son, Héctor Suárez Gomís, announced that his father had defeated the bladder cancer that was diagnosed in 2015. However, The interpreter’s health was compromised and he finally passed away from cardiorespiratory arrest on June 2, 2020 at the age of 81.

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Josefina “Pepita” Gomís, mother of Héctor Suárez Gomís and ex-wife of Héctor Suárez, passed away