Angie Rodriguez

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    - Terri Rodriguez
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Angie Rodriguez (Nana) Age 69, born on February 2, 1942 in Santa Fe. Angie was a resident of Nambe, and passed away peacefully at her country casita on the morning of March 22, 2011 while surrounded by loved ones, after a yearlong battle with ovarian cancer. Angie was proceeded in death by her husband Eliseo Rodriguez Jr., mother Julia Apodaca, in-laws Eliseo and Paul Rodriguez, brother-in-law Edward Montoya, and God-son Fred Rodriguez. She is survived by her daughters Diana Roembach, Terry Rodriguez, and Patricia Rodriguez; Grandchildren, Kim and Rick Flores, Brittany Roembach, Haley Revell, and Antonio Desmond; Great-grandchildren, Kalob and Kiana Flores; Sister and brothers, Christine Montoya, Delbert Vigil and Carlos Vigil; Brother and sister in-laws Yolanda and Lalo Greigo, Vicki Rodriguez, Aguinaldo and Helen Rodriguez, and Gerald Rodriguez and many nieces, nephews, and cousins who were all very dear to her heart. Angie also had many close friends who supported her, Vi and Ray Ortiz, Tranquilino Vigil and Theresa, Jake Martinez, David Roembach, Julian Desmond, Gillis Lang, Patrick Duran, and all of her colleagues at the State Engineers office. Angie will be greatly missed. The Rodriguez family would like to express a very heartfelt thank you to Angie's nieces, Carmen Montoya, Chantel Campos, Michelle Kaczanouski, and nephew Paul Montoya who went above and beyond to help care for her. Angie was compassionate, lively and set a perfect example of how to love others and appreciate the gift of family and life. Serving as honorary pallbearers will be: Antonio Desmond, David Roembach, Rick Flores, Jake Martinez, Paul Montoya, Tranquilino Vigil and Josef Schafer. Nana, long live the memories that we shared, Remembering the memories that we made together, Never forgetting the lessons that you taught us, We have so many dreams, All of them you have inspired, Because of you we will reach for the stars, And find them in the palm of our hands. We know that you weren't scared of anything at all. You fought so hard, Taking the bull by the horns. Now your dreams are in our hearts. Remembering your face and your gentle hands, Always with open arms. The times we shared; the memories, No one can take your place Nana. The dreams you couldn't finish here, They will not be diluted and gone, Our hearts will never be empty, With the memory of you, we are never be alone. Hummingbirds and tea sets will always remind us that some sweet day we will reunite, And enjoy coffee and cookies in the sweet spring air. After all, this is our temporary home. Please smile, laugh and be happy. We all love you so much. The funeral and rosary will be held on Friday, March 25th at 9 a.m. at Cristo Rey Church. Following the services will be a celebration of her life at the Elks Club of Santa Fe. Arrangements by Rivera Family Mortuaries and Crematory of Santa Fe Funeral Options 417 East Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (505)989-7032

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