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Obituary – Reymundo Rodriguez Jr.

September 13, 2019

MISSION – Reymundo Rodriguez Jr. was born December 2, 1948, in Mission, Tx to Acisla and Reymundo Rodriguez. On September 7, 2019 he joined his parents in heaven surrounded by his family after a short illness. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Maria Hortencia Rodriguez, daughters, Melisa (husband Steven) Johnson, Mireya (husband Danny) Mejia, and son Ray (wife Priscilla) Rodriguez. Grandchildren Nicholas Brian Johnson, Noah Steven Johnson, Jacob Daniel Mejia, Reymundo Sharkey Rodriguez, and Mireya Olivia Rodriguez. Brother Eulogiio (wife Irene) Rodriguez, Sisters Maria G. Vega, Mickie (husband Roy) Vargas, Marcel (husband Rodolfo) Ramirez and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Pallbearers: Florencio Vega Jr,, Fernando Vega, Danny Vargas, Michael Vargas, Rey David Garcia, Josh Rodriguez, Eric Rodriguez, Danny Vela, Wilfredo Vela, and Ray Rodriguez.

God Saw You Getting Tired

God saw you getting tired
And a cure was not to be
So he put his arms around you
And whispered, “Come to Me”.

With tearful eyes we watched you
Ans saw you pass away
And although we love you dearly
We could not make you stay

A Golden heart stopped beating
Hard working hands at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.

Thank you for all the laughs, jokes, smiles and all the great food. Our Cruise in March was an event! You are our heart, our love, and you will be missed. We love you!

Funeral Arrangements:

Ric Brown Funeral Home
621 E Griffin Pkwy
Mission, Tx 78574
Thursday, September 12
Viewing 1:00pm-9:00pm
Rosary 7:00pm
Friday September 13
Viewing 8:30am-12pm

Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church
620 N. Dunlap Ave Mission, Tx 78572
Friday September 13
Mass 1:00pm

Rio Grande Valley State Veterans Cemetery
2520 S. Inspiration Road Mission, Tx 78572
Friday September 13
Interment 2:00pm

Please join the family as we remember, rejoice, and love one another after the interment, with light refreshments:

Ric Brown Activity Center
621 E Griffin Pkwy
Mission, Tx 78574


September 13, 2019
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  1. Norma Bridgman

    My deepest condolences to all the Rodriguez family as you grieve the loss of your beloved, Rey. May he rest in peace and I ask that He grant you comfort and peace during this difficult time.

  2. Gilbert Bega

    Rodriguez was my friend. He had a very strong commitment and love to his wife and his three children and his grand kids. I have many memories of Rodriguez at the golf course, at the casinos and restaurants in Las Vegas, volunteering at food pantries and around the kitchen table drinking coffee We had many discussions about anything and everything including politics. Those were pretty wild. I will miss my friend. His outlook in life was God had a master plan for all of us, Rodriguez’s master plan was completed on Sept 7th. Rest In Peace my friend. Next time I am at the golf course, I will have a good cigar in your honor

  3. Martha Morin

    Jesus le dijo: Yo soy la resurreccion y la vida; el que cree en mi aunque muera, vivira y todo el que vive y cree en mi, no morira jamas.
    Nuestro mas sentido pesame para toda la familia. Descance en paz. Familia Morin Acosta.

  4. Janet Reynolds Reus

    I went to school with Reymundo. We always sat next to each other because of our last names. I was fortunate to be able to meet his wife and catch up at the 50th Mission High School class of 68 reunion.

  5. Ramon Sierra

    It was with sadness that the MHS Class of ’68 learned recently of Rey’s passing May he rest in peace and may the Lord give the Rodriguez family the strength to endure his loss in the coming days.

  6. Linda Castañeda

    My sincere condolence to Hortencia and the family. Even with close friends, its hard to know what to say at times like this.
    I just hope you know how much sadness I feel for you and the family. You will be remembered in my prayers for strength
    and comfort in this time of sorrow for the loss of Ray. May he rest in peace.
    Yours truly,
    Linda Z. Castañeda
    Mission Historical Museum
    Mission, Texas

  7. Sylvia Trevino Garza

    My Deepest Condolences and Prayers to The family and Loved Ones. May Rey Rest in Peace. I’m Sorry Not Knowing that a Classmate Lived So Close!

    Sylvia Trevino Garza
    Cleburne, Texas


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