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In Loving Memory of
Moises Rodolfo Robles
Rudy Arias Robles

Rudy Robles, age 83, passed away on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 during his stay at the VA Hospital in Houston, Texas.

Rudy was born on April 10, 1934 in San Antonio, Texas, to parents Reynaldo and Alvina Robles. Rudy graduated from Lanier High School, and soon after, he enlisted in the United States Air Force where he served as an aviation mechanic. After being honorably discharged from the Air Force, Rudy dedicated time to growing his family and establishing his career with a local newspaper company in San Antonio. This position brought him and his family to Houston, Texas where he began working for the Houston Post and Houston Chronicle. Realizing he had a passion for press printing, he founded his own press printing business. Rudy was undoubtedly a loving, caring, devoted husband, father and grandfather who had a passion for the outdoors. Although Rudy has left this Earth, he will forever live within his family's hearts.

Rudy is now in heaven, reunited with his first love Rachel Vasquez Robles and his parents Reynaldo and Alvina Robles. Rudy is also preceded in death by his brothers Ray and Victor Robles, his sons Rodolfo Moises and Samuel Jon Robles, his daughter Barbara Ann Robles, his grandchildren Rudy Robles III and Jeremiah Lee Chesson, and his great grandchildren Gowen Drake Robles and Noah Jacob Rocha.

Rudy is survived by wife Ginger Griffith Robles, brothers Joel, Richard, and George Robles, sons Phillip Charles, Luis Ray, Gilbert Roland, Brien Keith, David Michael, Robert Daniel, daughters Carol Jean, Deborah Lynne, Cynthia Ruth, Rose Marie, Elizabeth Ann, as well as their spouses, and many grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Viewing will start at 1pm followed by Service at 3on on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at
Waltrip Funeral Home, 1415 Campbell Road, Houston Texas 77055

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the VA Hospital Spinal Cord Division in his honor.

The Robles Family would like to thank you all for your never-ending prayers, compassion and condolences.