Rodrigo Cabuslay
1932 - 2021
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Rodrigo Cabuslay
October 8, 1932 - March 11, 2021
Resident of San Jose
On the morning of March 11, 2021, Rodrigo "Rody" Cabuslay passed on to be with his Father in Heaven. He was born on October 8, 1932, to Martina Corpuz and Miguel Cabuslay in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines.
After graduating from The University of the East with a degree in Business Administration, Rody worked for General Electric in Manila starting in 1958. In 1965 he married Nelly Limos Danao, and in 1967 they immigrated to California with their son Ronnel. In 1968, daughter Noemi was born. Rodrigo continued with General Electric in San Jose until he decided to strike out on his own as a real estate agent and eventually becoming the broker of his own offices.
Throughout his life, Rody was active in numerous civic organizations and was a former President of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Silicon Valley. and an active member of Filipino American Accountant Association, Pilipino Professional and Business Society, the Lions Club, St. Victor's Knights on Columbus, and the Filipino Cursillo. He loved to socialize and travel, and during retirement divided his time between San Jose, Las Vegas, and Cainta, Philippines.
He was preceded into Heaven by his parents and leaves behind his wife Nelly, son Ronnel (married to Edith), daughter Noemi (married to Russell Schroeder), sisters Lolita (Sagun), Belen, and Virgie (Bitonio), and grandchildren Christian, Adrian, Antony, Ana Sofia, and Gabriel. We will greatly miss him and look forward to a time when we can be together again.


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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Mar. 28, 2021.
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