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Photo courtesy of Starbuck-Lind Mortuary - Lompoc

Rudolph Rivera Rojas

Lompoc, California

Oct 27, 1921 - Oct 29, 2012

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Mr. Rojas, your stories and funny jokes will be missed upon this earth. Your were a good man and this is a great loss.
Mike C. MM&L

To all the Rojas Family, our condolences the Hernandez Boys (Richard, Bobby,and Fred)

Richard, we were so sorry to hear of the passing of your father. Please give our condolences to your family. We think of you often and miss you....Gene and Colene

Rest in peace, you left a wonderful son.Our condogliance for the family
Mama , family and staff from La Botte Italian restaurant

To all of the Rojas family,
I just wanted to tell you that Rudy was loved by our family. My Dad Benny Johnston worked with him as a carpenter for years. He thought the world of him and said he was a great friend. My Daddy went to Heaven on February 13, 2009 and I know that he was rejocing when Rudy joined him there! Rudy and Ben left so many legacies for us and all you have to do is look around at homes and business that they built with their hands. Just know that our thoughts and...

God Bless you Great-Uncle Rudy. Thank you for being a great uncle!

Rudy: God Bless you Rudy; our post Sunday Mass breakfast group (almost 20 years now that we've been meeting after Mass at La Purisima) just won't be the same without you. Connie, our thoughts prayers are with you. Rudy always asked me hour 'our little guy' my son, Jonathan, was doing. Rudy and Connie saw Jonathan go from a first grader altar server for Father Vega to a US Army specialist deployed to Afghanistan. One of the first visits Jonathan made upon his return from deployment was to see...

I love you Uncle Rudy. Rest in Peace.

Obituaries

Rudolph's Obituaries

ROJAS, Rudolph "Rudy"Rudolph Rojas, 91, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and uncle, passed away at his home in Lompoc on October 29, 2012. Rudy was born on October 27, 1921, to Pedro and Luz Rojas, in East Los Angeles. He spent most of his life in Lompoc until he entered the Navy...

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