Rosendo B. Rodriquez
Rosendo B. Rodriquez
  • June 28, 1940 - December 22, 2017
  • Bryan, Texas

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Rosendo B. Rodriquez, Sr., 77, of Bryan passed away Friday, December 22 at College Station Medical Center.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, December 28 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Bryan City Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. Wednesday with a 7:00 p.m. Rosary at Memorial Funeral Chapel in Bryan.

Rosendo was born June 28, 1940 in York Town, Texas the son of Steve and Luz (Rosales) Rodriquez. He owned and operated Rodriquez Floor Service for over 54 years. Rosendo was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and a 4th Degree Knight with the Msgr. Gleissner Council #1834. He served as Grand Knight and was a past Faith Navigator; he was also a member of Sociedad del Santo Nombre at Santa Teresa Catholic Church.

Rosendo served as president for 20 years with Little League West. He loved barbequing and cooking for church functions. Rosendo enjoyed fishing, playing bingo and dancing. But most of all he loved his family very much.

Our dad was a fighter. He fought for everything he had in his life while teaching us to do the same. Every lesson, moral and value our parents taught us is ingrained into each of us and will never be forgotten. Even though he never had a father, he showed his entire family what a real and an amazing father was like.

Rosendo is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Eulalia Rodriquez; sisters, Lupita Hinojosa, Pauline Gomez, Ruby Lopez; brother, Tony Morales; step-father, Julio Morales; and a son-in-law, Albert Moncivais, Sr.

He is survived by his children and their spouses, Ross Rodriquez Jr. and wife Carol, Steve Rodriquez and wife Cindi, Jeanette Chavez and husband Stephen Sr., Brenda Alvarado and husband Richard, Josie Rodriquez and Enrique Mauricio; sisters and brothers, Betty Duron, Albert Morales Sr., Johnny Morales Sr., Michael Morales, Josie Martinez and Tencha Rodriquez; brother-in-law, Fidel Hinojosa; close friend, Mary Mendez; twenty-two grandchildren and forty-three great-grandchildren.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to Dr. Marcel Lechin. When other doctors looked away, you gave hope and allowed our father and the whole family more time together. You were like an angel sent from heaven. Thank you for your care to both our parents all these years. We would also like to thank the medical staff at College Station Medical center for their endless fighting effort and tireless work they gave to our father from start to finish.